Just Dance is set to receive the midas touch with a Gold Edition of the 2016 release, which includes all the music from the original game release and three months access to Just Dance’s subscription streaming service – Just Dance Unlimited, which includes over 150 tracks – that’s a lot of tracks to get your groove on to!
Just Dance Gold Edition launches October 20 for NA and October 23 in the UK.
Ubisoft in collaboration with Disney Interactive, announced the development of Just Dance: Disney Party 2, the second Disney title from the Just Dance series.
This news comes just days after Disney fans got a sneak peek of the game at the D23 EXPO 2015. The game will feature tracks from the hottest Disney Channel shows and movies, including “Evil Like Me” and “Rotten to the Core” from the hit Disney Channel Original Movie, “Descendants.”
Just Dance: Disney Party 2 will be available for Xbox One and Xbox 360, this Christmas.
The Just Dance development team worked closely with Disney Interactive and Disney Channel to incorporate character looks into the game, letting fans enjoy gameplay that is true to the most popular shows and films. With the karaoke feature on Xbox One, players can also sing along while they dance to their favourite tunes. Check out a selection of tracks announced for the game so far:
Ubisoft has recently 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:
Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) – ABBA
The Way – Ariana Grande Ft. Mac Miller
Could You Be Loved – Bob Marley
Isidora – Bog Bog Orkestar
Fine China – Chris Brown
Limbo – Daddy Yankee
Get Lucky – Daft Punk Ft. Pharrell Williams
Moskau – Dancing Bros.
She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) – David Guetta Ft. Sia
Prince Ali – Disney’s Aladdin
It’s You – Duck Sauce
Turn Up The Love – Far East Movement Ft. Cover Drive
Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale) – Fedez
The Love Boat – Frankie Bostello
Careless Whisper – George Michael
I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
Rich Girl – Gwen Stefani Ft. Eve
Feel So Right – Imposs Ft. Konshens
Wild – Jessie J Ft. Big Sean
I Kissed A Girl – Katy Perry
C’mon – Ke$ha
Applause – Lady Gaga
Just Dance – Lady Gaga Ft. Colby O’Donis
Just A Gigolo – Louis Prima
Blame It On The Boogie – Mick Jackson
In The Summertime – Mungo Jerry
Pound The Alarm – Nicki Minaj
Starships – Nicki Minaj
Troublemaker – Olly Murs Ft. Flo Rida
Kiss You – One Direction
Feel This Moment – Pitbull Ft. Christina Aguilera
Gentleman – PSY
Ghostbusters – Ray Parker Jr.
Maria – Ricky Martin
Where Have You Been – Rihanna
Candy – Robbie Williams
Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke Ft. Pharrell
99 Luftballons – Rutschen Planeten
Miss Understood – Sammie
Nitro Bot – Sentai Express
Danse (Pop version) – TAL
Flashdance…What A Feeling – The Girly Team
Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In – The Sunlight Shakers
Y.M.C.A. – Village People
#thatPOWER – will.i.am Ft. Justin Bieber
Follow The Leader – Wisin & Yandel Ft. Jennifer Lopez
Just Dance 2014 will be released worldwide on all current platforms on October 4th in the United Kingdom and will be released on upcoming next-gen platforms at each console’s launch.
Just Dance 2014 has been outed today via Xbox.com ahead of Ubisofts conference at E3 later today confirming that the next dancing hit in the franchise is on its way. Although the listing has since been removed, the following was caught by NeoGaf users:
The latest opus of the Just Dance franchise will make you dance even more and will be once again the ultimate casual rendezvous of the year,” says the game’s blurb. “This new opus will be even more social as you will be able to connect and dance with players from all over the world and share a unique dancing experience with them. It becomes the party expert and features today iconic pop culture references. New modes will be available, letting you and your friends experience parties the way only Just Dance knows how!
The title is likely to be available on multiplatforms including the mandatory Kinect ready Xbox One this fall.
Ubisoft’s Queen of the dancing genre – Just Dance 4, returns as bright and glitzy as ever in a camp straight up no-messing dancing game. With no real campaign, Just Dance 4 is designed for those who like to just put on the music and dance away; it could be used as part of a keep fit regime if you like bopping to J-Lo, One Direction, Rihanna or Ricky Martin. With more than 40 chart topping songs, you can literally dance your socks off – but this is ideally great for parties…keeping fit on Kinect is best kept to Your Shape Fitness Evolved or others like it. Continue reading Just Dance 4 Review→
Elizabeth ‘Kitty McScratch’ Bolinger from Iowa, who first earned a place in the 2011 World Records Gamer’s Edition with the high score for ‘Dare’ on Just Dance (11,661 points on Aug 8, 2010) – has outdone her own record breaking performance to boogie her way into the latest edition of the Guinness World Records. She has earned herself the ‘Most Prolific Dancing Game High Scorer’ by having more than 85 number one high scores on the Just Dance and Dance Central franchises! Continue reading Kitty McScratch Dances Her Way Into History→