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- Just Dance 2015 is the latest, most awesome-filled version of the world's #1 dance game!
- Bringing new moves and game modes to over 40 top tracks, Just Dance 2015 features hit songs like "Maps" by Maroon 5, "Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj plus legendary favorites like "Walk This Way" by Run DMC & Aerosmith.
- Online multiplayer is back: With the World Dance Floor feature, dance with anyone anywhere in the world in Just Dance's exclusive online multiplayer mode!
- Never dance alone: With the new Dance Challenge Mode feature, compete against anyone-from friends and family to top ranked Just Dancers.
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The latest version of the world’s #1 dance game!
Bringing new moves and game modes to over 40 top tracks, Just Dance 2015 features hit songs like “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj plus legendary favorites like “Walk This Way” by Run DMC & Aerosmith and “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)” by Dead Or Alive.
Millions of Dancers. Millions of Stories.
With more than 50 million copies of Just Dance titles in homes around the world, our players are as important as ever, and the new features in Just Dance 2015 bring people together in more ways than ever before. For the first time ever, you too can be in the game! The all-new Community Remix feature puts players in the global spotlight by allowing them to become a Just Dance coach that players everywhere can dance along to.
More Top Billboard Artists Then Ever Before!
The Just Dance 2015Track list includes:
“Bang Bang” – Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
“She Looks So Perfect” – 5 Seconds of Summer
“Problem” – Ariana Grande Ft. Iggy Azalea and Big Sean
“4x4” – Miley Cyrus
“Best Song Ever” – One Direction
“Happy” – Pharrell Williams
“Till I Find You” Austin Mahone
“Addicted To You” – Avicii
“Black Widow” – Iggy Azalea Ft. Rita Ora
“Maps” – Maroon 5
“Birthday” – Katy Perry
“Bad Romance” – Lady Gaga
“Built For This” – Becky G
“Holding Out For A Hero” – Bonnie Tyler
“Summer” – Calvin Harris
“Tetris” – Dancing Bros.
“You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)” – Dead Or Alive
“Let It Go” – Disney's Frozen
“Burn” – Ellie Goulding
“Bailando” – Enrique Iglesias Ft. Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
“Never Can Say Goodbye” – Gloria Gaynor
“I Love It” – Icona Pop Ft. Charli XCX
“Only You (And You Alone)” – Love Letter
“Ain't No Mountain High Enough” – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
“Get Low” – Dillon Francis & DJ Snake
“Diamonds” – Rihanna
“Me And My Broken Heart” – Rixton
“Walk This Way” – Run-DMC & Aerosmith
With more than 50 million copies of Just Dance titles in homes around the world, our players are as important as ever, and the new features in Just Dance 2015 bring people together in more ways than ever before.
For the first time ever, you too can be in the game. The all-new Community Remix feature puts players in the global spotlight by allowing them to become a Just Dance coach that players everywhere can dance along to.
Just Dance 2015 also introduces Challenger mode where players will be able to compete against their past performances or challenge friends anywhere to beat their score, even if they can’t play at the same time. Plus, this year we’re bringing even more excitement to World Dance Floor, the online multiplayer mode.
Track list includes:
- "Bang Bang" - Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
- "She Looks So Perfect" - 5 Seconds of Summer
- "Problem" - Ariana Grande Ft. Iggy Azalea and Big Sean
- "4x4" - Miley Cyrus
- "Best Song Ever" - One Direction
- "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
- "Till I Find You" Austin Mahone
- "Addicted To You" - Avicii
- "Black Widow" - Iggy Azalea Ft. Rita Ora
- "Maps" - Maroon 5
- "Birthday" - Katy Perry
- "Bad Romance" - Lady Gaga
- "Built For This" - Becky G
- "Holding Out For A Hero" - Bonnie Tyler
- "Summer" - Calvin Harris
- "Tetris" - Dancing Bros.
- "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)" - Dead Or Alive
- "Let It Go" - Disney's Frozen
- "Burn" - Ellie Goulding
- "Bailando" - Enrique Iglesias Ft. Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
- "Mahna Mahna" - Frankie Bostello
- "Never Can Say Goodbye" - Gloria Gaynor
- "I Love It" - Icona Pop Ft. Charli XCX
- "You're On My Mind" - Imposs Ft. J. Perry
- "Love Me Again" - John Newman
- "Only You (And You Alone)" - Love Letter
- "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
- "Get Low" - Dillon Francis & DJ Snake
- "Diamonds" - Rihanna
- "Me And My Broken Heart" - Rixton
- "Walk This Way" - Run-DMC & Aerosmith
- "Don't Worry Be Happy" - The Bench Men
- "Epic Sirtaki" - The Bouzouki's
- "Speedy Gonzalez" - Los Pimientos Locos
- "Macarena" (Bayside Boys Mix) - The Girly Team
- "Love Is All" - The Sunlight Shakers
- "It's My Birthday" - will.i.am Ft. Cody Wise
- "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" - Ylvis
- "XMas Tree" - Bollywood Santa
- "Fatima" - Cheb Salama
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I'll start off by saying that other than 45 new songs and improvements in online play, there's not a whole lot new here. But I gave it four stars ("I like it") because it's still one of the most fun games you can play at a party or a family gathering, and one of the only options left for the Wii or Wii U in terms of playing a video game for fitness and exercise.
Here's what I like about the game:
1) The Song List - Once again, the song list is great and has something for just about all members of the family. It has plenty of selections from the current Billboard Top 20, including "Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj; "Black Window" by Iggy Azalea; "Maps" by Maroon 5; and "Break Free" by Ariana Grande. There are recent hits like Pharrell Williams' "Happy", Rihanna's "Diamonds', and Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance". And there are oldies like Run DMC and Aerosmith in "Walk This Way", Los Del Rio's "Macarena" (complete with authentic moves) and Marvin Gaye's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough". For the kids there's the song none of us can get out of our head: Disney's "Let It Go" from Frozen. In a strange move, they even have the original theme song for the video game "Tetris". Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" (which isn't listed in the official track list) IS included.
(UPDATE: Judy asked a question in the comments that I think warrants my updating this review. If you're a parent or grandparent of a young child, as with previous versions of Just Dance you're probably going to want to take a good look at the song list and make a decision of whether it's appropriate for your household. While there are plenty of kid-friendly songs like "Let It Go" and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", there are also suggestive songs such as "Birthday", "Bang Bang" and "4x4" that some parents will likely find too suggestive. Ubisoft did attempt to censor the most glaring words but in my opinion, not only is that likely to NOT going to be enough for most parents' comfort, it also detracts from players who aren't parents who want to listen to the uncensored lyrics. The lack of parental controls and the "E for Everyone 10+" rating have been controversial in the past, and unfortunately it doesn't look like Ubisoft has quite come up with a great solution for this yet with this version.)
2) Choreography - The choreography, once again, is fantastic. As they usually do, the dance moves did a great job of capturing the spirit of the songs, and in some cases use dance moves from the original artists' videos. While 1-4 players can dance to any song, certain songs are specially choreographed for 2, 3 and 4 players and the moves can get pretty intricate and interactive (making it as much fun for people watching as it is for the people dancing).
Overall, the steps are simple enough that novices can play along, but complex enough that they'll look impressive on a real dance floor if you master them. As a bonus, as you play you'll be able to unlock alternate choreography for many of the songs. For example, "Happy" has a "Sing Along" mode and "Diamonds" has a "Seated Dance" mode.
3) Motion Controls - I'll preface by saying that motion controls are never going to be 100% precise on the Wii. But when compared to how poor the controls were in the first few versions, I think they've made it as good as it's going to get. I used my nephew, who's a Just Dance expert, to test it. He dances every step (including arm, wrist, and spin movements) precisely, and he manages to routinely get 5 of 5 stars. As for me, I *think* I'm dancing correctly, but I typically score 2-4 stars. The key to success is to learn the moves and then dance them naturally to the music, instead of focusing on mimicking the on-screen dancer.
4) Artwork - Again, Ubisoft stuck to the formula of using simple cartoon drawings and backgrounds instead of trying to get too "realistic", and it still works. Some of the artwork is beautiful, others are hilarious, and the animations that fill up the screen as you dance keep you from being bored during the song.
5) Workout - Contrary to what others have reported, Just Dance 2015 didn't remove "Just Sweat Mode" except in name only. You can still turn on "calorie tracking", and it'll track for any song as you play the game (not just by going into a given mode). The system will keep track of the total calories you've burned over the life of the game. Also, similar to "Just Sweat Mode" in past games, there's a Playlist mode that lets you select songs to dance to for 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 40 minutes, or non-stop for the purpose of working out (Unfortunately, you still don't have the capability to save playlists).
6) Community Remix - While this is listed as a "feature" on the Amazon product page, it's technically only available on the Xbox and Playstation version, where players can use those consoles' camera to record their dances and get them rated by the community. A team in Ubisoft will take the best videos and create a video mix of different people around the world performing the moves. While Wii users can't record themselves on video, they can view and play along to these. The first of these is a version of Pharrel's "Happy" that's a lot of fun, and there are sure to be more.
7) Singalong - As usual, as songs play the lyrics will also appear for those who'd like to sing along. Something else you can do now is attach any USB microphone to your Wii, and like a karaoke machine, your voice will come through the TV for everyone to enjoy. It's a great way to get more people involved in a party setting.
If that were it, I'd probably still give this game just 3 stars--it's a solid game, but up to this point there wasn't much new. But what upped my rating to "I like it" were the vast improvements in online play.
You might recall that Ubisoft tried their hand at online play with Just Dance 2014 and did a pretty bad job of it. Just to participate in online play, you had to sign in with your Nintendo ID, then sign in again (or create) something else called a "Uplay ID", agreeing to a bunch of disclaimers on the way. And even after going through all that, chances are their server would kick you out or crash on you.
It's a world of difference with Just Dance 2015. First of all, there's no setup nor "Uplay account" necessary. You can just jump right into online play in two ways:
1) World Dance Floor - On the lower right-hand corner of the main Just Dance 2015 screen, you'll see the words "World Dance Floor", along with the number of dancers around the world currently dancing and the song everyone is dancing to. Click on it and within seconds you'll see a single button that says "DANCE NOW", along with the avatars of everyone who's online at the moment and what country they're from.
Once you click on it, you'll be placed into a "Party" of about eight dancers. You can compete against each individually, and also choose a "side" (Dog vs. Cat, Sun vs. Moon, etc.).
As you dance to the song, you'll see how well you're doing vs. the others in your party. As you successfully hit moves and improve our score, you'll see your avatar's position rise against other players in real-time. I have to admit, it's addictive trying to beat your fellow dancers and get that #1 spot. And even if you can't keep up with the top players, the better you do the more you'll be helping your "side".
Once you finish dancing, you'll see whether your "side" won. You'll also be able to compare your score not just to members of your own group but to everyone around the world dancing at that moment. In some cases you'll be able to vote on the next song to dance to, and you can keep dancing indefinitely. Whenever you decide to stop, you'll see your current "online level", how many minutes you danced, and how many different dancers you were dancing with from how many different countries in the time you were playing. I appreciate how they simplified not just the process of joining in the World Dance Floor but the gameplay as well.
2) Dance Challenger Mode - With typical Just Dance songs you can dance with up to four players holding four Wii remotes. For the first time, you'll also be able to activate "Dance Challenger Mode" which will fill up any empty slots with online players OR against your best performance from the past. Unlike with World Dance Floor, you're not competing against live players, but you are competing against real people's performances.
There's only one major glitch I encountered; at a certain point when I was configuring avatars, the game crashed my system, resulting in a freeze that required me to unplug my unit and plug it in again. Hopefully that has just a one-time thing.
Yes, this game really isn't breaking huge new ground in terms of innnovation, but it still manages to be one of the most entertaining video games you can play at family gatherings or parties, as well as still one of the best ways you can get exercise while playing a video game. The publisher did a great job of carrying over the best things about previous versions of Just Dance, but it's the updated song list and the improvements in online features that make Just Dance 2015 worth buying.
The Just Dance games are one of those rare instances where the next in the series almost always outshines the last and they just keep getting better and better, which is why I was more than a little disappointed with last year's offering. Yes, the song selection was excitingly diverse and the graphics were certainly more colorful and realistic than ever before, but the user interface and motion controls were the absolute worst they had been since part 1 - a game I still feel should be recalled and remade - and it was bogged down with too many half-baked and poorly implemented frills. This all made me very nervous about the quality of this newest release, but as someone who continues to play these games literally every single morning for at least 20 minutes it probably goes without saying I always look forward to a new variety of songs to dance to when the chance arises, so whether or not I would purchase it regardless was never really in question. At this point, only a couple of days into it, I have yet to play each and every track multiple times, but I feel I have seen enough to form some definitive opinions and write a confident review.
First the good. The track listing is by far the biggest and diverse of any Just Dance game yet, and includes more current hits than any previous game upon its initial release. In a way it almost feels a little TOO tween-centric at times; frankly I wouldn't know an Iggy from an Ariana from a Demi if I passed one on the street, but in terms of being up to date it succeeds and is sure to appeal to a large audience. (I LOVE that they brought the Bollywood style back.) The graphics are smooth and colorful and most of the backgrounds border on photo-realism which is pretty cool. There are a wide array of interesting characters, animals, and creatures to play as, and several dozen avatars to unlock both in-game and by leveling up via the "World Dance Floor" online mode, so quite a bit of time could be spent playing this to completion. I'm happy they eliminated the extraneous Versus and On Stage modes, and even Just Sweat was incorporated into regular gameplay which automatically keeps track of calories burned. (I personally preferred the Just Sweat mode as presented in part 4 where you had the "instructor" guiding you through your session with warm up and cool down periods, but as that seems to be a minority opinion I'm sure we'll never see it return.)
The motion controls didn't strike me as immediately horrible like they did in JD2014, but there are still times when they are more than a little questionable, and the scoring system in general seems strange if not completely random. For example, simple and straightforward moves such as slowly pointing your hand to the ground will rarely score you a "perfect," and half the time it just plain gives you an "X." But oh no, not just one" X," but two or three! How the heck are they getting three moves out of that? And why did it think you missed ANY of them, much less ALL of them? On the bright side, the points per move do seem somewhat generous so you can still biff half the song and probably end up with upwards of four stars on your first try. (In fact, in a moment of frustration I gave up and stood completely still for a moment which earned me more "perfects" than when I was actually doing the moves. Yeeeah.) Admittedly the choreography can be challenging and intricate which can add to the aggravation, but I honestly feel like a good amount of it borders on random flailing around with no rhythm or relation to the music whatsoever. The instructional pictograms are certainly of no help, either. Sure, it may tell you to raise your arms above your head, but fail to mention anything about the three claps, full body turn, and jumping jack in between. (Plus, somebody on the development team REALLY needs to learn right from left. Yikes!) The moves it does get right are about three beats ahead of where they actually belong anyway, so it's pretty useless all around.
The user interface in general is somewhat bizarre as well. There's a "wall" off the main menu which tries to put a hip social media spin on the gaming experience, but luckily you don't really need to interact with this because it's only sure to confuse with its random and pointless notifications. (I feel like I'm using the word "random" an awful lot in describing the features of this game.) A few songs incorporate a music video style by switching camera angles, zooming in, etc, but I don't like that at all and wish there was option to shut it off. Combined with the spotty choreography and the fast-paced flurry of random images they call pictograms flooding the bottom of the screen, it truly is impossible to see what you are supposed to be doing. And if you're playing a track with more than one dancer on the screen, forget it. I also have yet to figure out how to unlock certain bonus songs or alternate tracks. You can buy some predetermined mash-ups with your points, but it also seems to throw a new one at you after every few songs you play. Not that I'm complaining, I guess, but again it just feels so...all together now...random. Even the game menu itself feels somewhat clunky and sluggish to navigate, though I will say that I appreciate the thorough player card statistics and find it very useful.
I know it probably sounds like I just did a lot of criticizing there, but at the end of the day it's still a fun game and suits my needs. Like I said, I use it mainly to stay active and keep fit rather than play competitively for points, so I'm willing to overlook some of the flaws, glaring as they may be. I also realize reviews like mine that go against the general consensus will be met with skepticism and raise some questions which is totally understandable. Is your controller charged? Is it Motion Plus? Are you just an idiot? And the answers are yes, yes, and sometimes but not today ;) Success in these kinds of games always comes down to your own memorization anyway, and there has yet to be an entry in this series that didn't have some quirks to work around. Why the motion accuracy has only degraded since parts 3 and 4 when I feel they had it perfected is beyond me, but in the meantime it's still a good excuse to get off the couch and I don't think anybody would look at that as a bad thing.
I use this for exercise, and as an introvert don't really want to be actively compared to others using this game. The fact that I can't graph my exercise by day bugs me too. The moves are way more complicated than previous incarnations, and I have a hard time keeping track of everything I'm meant to on screen. The moves, the dancer, and my score just all seem to blur into the background.
That said I do feel that it serves my purpose of exercise. I can most definitely exercise with this, even if I like JD3 a lot more. I do feel that it has a better variety of songs, although it has frozen my Wii when I tried to enter a code in the store.