Today, Ubisoft unveiled the full tracklist for Just Dance 2014, which includes more than 45 top songs and features Lady Gaga’s “Applause.” The dance game franchise continues to include a variety of the hottest new songs and old school hits and this year is no exception.
Highlights this year include “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke, “Kiss You” by One Direction, “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk Ft. Pharrell Williams and “Starships” by Nicki Minaj. Just Dance 2014 has a range of top pop, rock, Hip-Hop, R&B and even funk songs. The complete tracklist:
Just Dance 2014 will be released worldwide for all current and next-generation platforms, including the Wii™ and Wii U™ systems from Nintendo, Xbox 360® and Xbox One®, the all-in-one games and entertainment systems from Microsoft, and Sony PlayStation® 4 and PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment systems. The game will be available on all current platforms on October 8 in North America, and will be released on upcoming next-gen platforms at each console’s launch.
Today, Ubisoft® announced that Just Dance® Kids 2 will be available for the first time for Kinect™ for Xbox 360® and the PlayStation®Move for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, and will return to the Wii™ system from Nintendo. Developed by Land Ho!, Just Dance Kids 2 will feature more than 40 new songs, including today’s hottest hits, such as “Love Me,” “Whip My Hair,” “Just The Way You Are,” and popular songs from kids’ favorite TV shows and movies. In addition, the game includes mixes of classic kids songs like “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” and “The Hokey Pokey” in several languages. Just Dance Kids 2 also contains all-new features exclusive to each platform and will be released in North America on October 25, 2011.
I think this is smart to have out there, have some FUN songs with exciting visuals for kids – instead of subjecting them to questionable behavior or having the dance routines be overall too difficult to handle.
“Just Dance Kids 2 will be available on all three motion control platforms, making it a must-have family title, ” said Lucile Bousquet, Ubisoft Canada’s Marketing and Communication Director. “The game will get kids active and moving while bringing the entire family together, laughing and dancing in their living rooms.”
Created with kids and families in mind, the game boasts colorful and lively graphics, super fun dance moves and easy-to-follow kid-friendly gameplay. The choreography will have players dancing to covers of such hits as “Burnin’ Up,” “Barbara Ann,” “Shake Your Groove Thing,” and the YouTube hit song, “I Am A Gummy Bear (The Gummy Bear Song).”
Just Dance Kids 2 takes full advantage of each motion control platform, providing each with a unique feature and experience for the player. The Kinect for Xbox 360 version of Just Dance Kids 2 will allow kids to play without using a controller, star in their own music videos, and create and save their own dance routines to challenge friends and family members. With the PlayStation Move, kids have the ability to capture their cool dance moves with the PlayStation®Eye, which snaps photos of players while dancing. In addition, kids can select their favorite song medleys. The Wii version of Just Dance Kids 2 features a brand-new multiplayer mode called Balloon Pop, which lets kids shake their Wii Remote™ controllers to earn more points and have more fun while dancing. All three platforms feature a brand-new game feature called Nonstop Shuffle, where players can play the game for designated periods of time of 15, 30, 60 or 120 minutes without having to push any buttons or navigate through menus for non-stop play.
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