Connect with us

Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U


Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U

Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U

Just Dance 2014 - Nintendo Wii U

  • Party Master: Puppet Master fashion has upgraded to the Party Master fashion to provide the contestant controlling the Wii U GamePad modify more options to MC the party. Choose the incoming diversion move, garner newborn songs, and ply discover confused challenges to up to 4 added players!
  • World Dance Floor: Dance with anyone anywhere in the concern in Just Dance’s first-ever online multiplayer mode! Players tie a realistic crew–made up of real-life friends or added Just Dance fans–and contend supported on assorted themes.
  • On Stage Mode: Own the prominence in this newborn fashion where 1 contestant module dance, advance 2 back-up dancers, and modify sound if they want! As the grapheme of the show, the contestant crapper verify it earnestly and exhibit soured how precocious they are, or meet jackass soured with friends.
  • Custom Sweat Mode: Players crapper change their Just Sweat workouts by creating bespoken playlists and chase calories. There’s also a newborn choice to road calories in every gameplay modes, modify right of the sacred Just Sweat mode.

“Get Lucky” by Daft Punk ft. Pharrell
analyse large “C’mon” by Ke$ha
analyse large “The Way” by Arianna Grande ft. Mac Miller
analyse large The Party is Back Just Dance 2014 – the supplement to Just Dance 4, the world’s #1 commerce diversion mettlesome – is transfer every newborn moves with insight features for every motion-control papers and over 40 of the hottest tracks! Dance to underway imbibe hits or fete with unreal classics – then verify the recreation to added take by activity with anyone anywhere in the world, directive back-up dancers, or creating bespoken Just Sweat experiences. Bring bag the ultimate

List Price: $ 39.99

Check top of page for underway toll or reduction for Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U



  1. Joseph Siegler

    November 5, 2014 at 1:45 pm

    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My 8 yr old daughter likes this game a lot!, November 27, 2013
    Joseph Siegler (Garland, TX USA) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)



    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    I’m not an expert in this series, so the intricacies of one version to another are probably lost on me. Still, I have a daughter who does like these games, but I don’t think she sees it so much as the “2014 version”, just as a dance game. So I can’t address how it’s changed, as this is actually the first version we’ve ever owned. My daughter has played it friends houses, things like that.

    There is a system in here called “Mojo Points” where you can do dance moves, and then use accumulated points towards purchases of other locked items in the game. A pretty standard game mechanism, I’ve seen it in many styles of games (racing, free to play, etc).

    A nice touch is the songs themselves aren’t locked, I’ve run into that frustration in the past with things like Guitar Hero. Don’t have that here, the locked items are non song related, which is cool.

    You also can create your own profile with a name and whatnot, as opposed to using some of the generic names these kinds of games provide.

    One minor downside to the WiiU game. It requires the use of a Wii controller. If you don’t have that leftover from your original Wii console, you’ll have to buy one, as the WiiU doesn’t come with one, and it is not included in the game itself. This is probably a non issue for most owners, but I thought I sould mention it just the same.

    The WiiU controller can be used to “DJ” the game play session. That’s not something we will probably spend a lot of time doing.

    Bottom line, my 8 year old daughter likes the game. I do not, but then I’m in my 40’s. Game’s not really for me, though. haha. 🙂


    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 



    Comment Comment

    View Comment
  2. Nutwiisystem.Com

    November 5, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Another great update with online play and some unique features for Wii U, October 9, 2013
    Nutwiisystem.Com (New York, NY USA) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)

    I’ve reviewed every Just Dance game since the original in 2009. While I’ve given the spin-offs and rip-offs less-than-stellar reviews, the main games in the series (Just Dance and Just Dance 2, 3, and 4) have always gotten 5 out of 5 stars from me. While the basic mechanics of the game have been the same since the beginning, Ubisoft has done a great job of improving accuracy and adding to the feature set in each new version.

    This iteration is no exception. Just Dance 2014 should really be called Just Dance 5, but Ubisoft has veered off that numbering scheme and started to name the titles by year, given that they’re releasing a new version every year anyway.

    When you start out the game, the opening menu is simple as always. In the center of the screen is a recommended song you can start dancing to right away. You can also scroll to the right to select individual songs.

    In the upper right-hand corner you’ll see a yellow icon with an “M” in it. These refer to your “mojo points”. The points system is much easier to understand now than in previous versions of Just Dance; here, they serve as “currency” that you can use to “purchase” locked items in the game.

    One nice thing about Just Dance 2014 is that none of the songs themselves are locked–every song is playable from the get-go. Instead, what’s locked are different variations of the choreography that’s available on certain songs. Here are all the different variations:

    – Classic – The standard, default choreography, all of which are unlocked from the beginning.

    – On Stage – Multiple dancers interacting with each other in a “dance performance”, which are a lot of fun not only for the dancers but also for onlookers. These are each 10 points to unlock.

    – Extreme – These are more advanced dance routines, not for beginners. They’re 25 points to unlock.
    Battle – This is a mode where you compete against another player in a “Street Fighter” like battle–the better you dance, the more you’ll increase your life line and decrease your opponent’s. These are 10 points to unlock.

    – Mash-Up – Here, different dance moves (and the original dancers) from other songs and from past versions of Just Dance are pieced together to form a unique dance. These are 5 points to unlock, or throughout the year you’ll be able to unlock one for free each month.

    – Sweat – Songs are choreographed with maximum exercise, fitness, and aerobic activity in mind. These are 10 points to unlock.

    – Sweat Mash-Up – A combination of Mash-Up and Sweat modes, these are 5 points to unlock.

    – Puppet Master – Like Mash-Up mode, except that a human is controlling which dance steps the players will dance next using the Wii U Gamepad.

    – Others – Several songs have very unique choreography. Gwen Stefani’s Rich Girl has a “Chair” dance. Far East Movement’s Turn up the Love has something called “Sumo”. And Nicki Minaj’s “Starships” lets you dance to the Charleston. Each of these are 50 points to unlock.

    One relatively new feature is the ability to click the upper right-hand corner to select or create a “dancer card”. This will allow you to provide your nickname, an avatar (you choose from a set of cute cartoon faces all blinking at you), your gender, and your age.

    Once you set up your dancer card, when you click on it you’ll see at-a-glance your style (how accurate you are), your kCals burned in Sweat Mode, your favorite songs, your average star rating, and your online level. It’s nice not having to go by “Happy” or “Sunny” anymore.

    The dancing itself works pretty much the same as past Just Dance games. Each song’s choreography is designed for 1-4 different players. If you’re playing with 2 or more players, each player will use his or her Wii remote to select a character to follow, and can also choose his or her dancer card so that statistics will be properly tallied. Each player then holds the Wii remote in his or her right hand and follows the on-screen dancer’s moves as if looking in a mirror.

    The animation on screen, as usual, is usually done with tongue firmly planted in cheek. A zombie is dancing to Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive”. The song “The Love Boat” is set to a scene of the eponymous cruise ship sinking in the background.

    As with previous versions of Just Dance on the Wii, don’t expect the motion detection to be as precise as the Kinect, although it is impressive how accurate they’ve gotten it over the years.

    The Wii U version makes nice use of the GamePad to include people who for whatever reason can’t (or won’t) participate in the dancing. Karaoke mode allows that person to sing along to the words (which are displayed on the GamePad screen), and if the singing is good, it’ll earn M points. Alternatively, the person holding the GamePad can use the GamePad’s camera to film the dancers in “Autodance”…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 



    Comment Comment (1)

    View Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Game

To Top