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Just Dance: Disney Party – Nintendo Wii


Just Dance: Disney Party – Nintendo Wii

Just Dance: filmmaker Party – Nintendo Wii

Just Dance: filmmaker Party - Nintendo Wii

  • Twenty-Five Brand-New Dances and Choreographies – Classic filmmaker songs for the full kinsfolk and dances from the hottest filmmaker Channel shows.
  • Family Fun and Party Fun – Play cooperatively for the maximal aggroup reason or endeavor Freeze & Shake for player points.
  • Special Features for the Wii – Classic four-player co-op on Wii and a unequalled Balloon fashion where kids contend against apiece another to intend more items and acquire more points by quiver their Wii Remote.
  • New and Improved Features Offer Strong Benefits for Parents – Playlists earmark mom to superior every her kids’ activity songs for uninterrupted diversion and on-screen lyrics support kids see the text and sound along as they dance.

Just Dance and filmmaker are employed in cooperation to create the large diversion mettlesome for the full kinsfolk – Just Dance: filmmaker Party on Wii. Dance same a grapheme to 25 songs from artist filmmaker movies and filmmaker Channel’s hottest shows. With an awful activity of kinsfolk activity songs, recreation dances, and kid-friendly gameplay, children of every ages crapper diversion along with kinsfolk and friends!

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  1. Debra Hamel

    January 7, 2014 at 8:32 pm

    66 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good game; probably best for younger kids, November 1, 2012
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    This review is from: Just Dance: Disney Party – Nintendo Wii (Video Game)
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    In reviewing Just Dance: Disney Party I’m relying on feedback from my ten-year-old daughter, who is a veteran player of Just Dance 2 and 3 for the Wii. The Disney version of Just Dance includes 25 Disney songs from Disney classics like Mary Poppins and more recent popular shows like Phineas and Ferb and Hannah Montana. The songs have both star and sweat ratings. These aren’t explained anywhere in the documentation as far as I could see, but stars seems to refer to level of difficulty in terms of ability required and sweat droplets have to do with how much you’ve got to move. (So a song can require lots of movement but not a lot of skill.) The Disney version of Just Dance is made for a wide range of abilities and therefore should be accessible for younger children, which is appropriate. However, because there are only two songs that have a difficulty rating of three stars, older kids who know their Just Dance moves may not remain interested in this game for very long.

    The dancing styles involved range from ballet-like movements to hip hop moves. The game includes the original versions of the songs, which are danced to by modern dancers superimposed over backgrounds that are appropriate to the songs.

    The game includes on-screen lyrics. On our crumby TV these are a little hard to read but they would probably be fine on a crisper display. There’s also a parental section where parents can check to see what their kids are up to–what badges they’ve earned and what songs they’ve been dancing to. I can’t imagine ever wanting to do this, but maybe some parents would.

    All in all, my daughter likes the game, but not as much as the more difficult versions she’s played. It’s probably best suited for younger kids and kids who haven’t already cut their teeth on other versions of Just Dance.

    — Debra Hamel

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  2. Tah_Dah "reading mama"

    January 7, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    160 of 166 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great family fun, October 23, 2012
    Tah_Dah “reading mama” (south TX) –

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    This was just delivered, and my kids eagerly ripped it open and were playing a few minutes later. Haven’t played with all the options yet (parent controls, playlist, etc) but so far we’re all lovin’ it. There are some classic songs (which I know Grandpa & Grandma will enjoy) plus a nice assortment of songs from Disney’s current tween shows. Several of the songs have the option of hearing the song in different languages – Squirrels in My Pants is even funnier in Swedish! Game itself is comparable to the other Just Dance shows we own – decent choreography (fun but not too challenging)

    Full playlist:
    Calling All the Monsters – A.N.T. Farm
    This Is Me – Camp Rock
    Hang in There, Baby – Good Luck Charlie
    Hoedown Throwdown – Hannah Montana
    We’re All in This Together – High School Musical
    Hey, Jessie – Jessie
    S.I.M.P. (Squirrels in my Pants) – Phineas & Ferb
    Shake It Up – Shake It Up
    Twist My Hips – Shake It Up
    Everything is Not as it Seems – Wizards of Waverly Place
    Ev’rybody Wants to Be A Cat – The Aristocats
    Be our Guest – Beauty & The Beast
    I Thought I Lost You – Bolt
    Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo – Cinderella
    It’s A Small World – Disneyland Parks
    That’s How You Know – Enchanted
    The Bare Necessities – The Jungle Book
    Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride – Lilo & Stitch
    Under the Sea – The Little Mermaid
    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious – Mary Poppins
    The Muppet Show Theme – The Muppet Show
    Following The Leader – Peter Pan
    I’ve Got A Dream – Tangled
    Something That I Want – Tangled
    Fly To Your Heart – Tinker Bell

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