Girls Just wanna
have fun I mean DANCE! At least my daughter does anyway. What better way than to have a party and play Just Dance Wii 2014? There are so many different new game options to play and many new songs and dances in 2014. There is even the ability to download additional tracks. This game rocks!
At our house we had the chance to play Just Dance Wii 2014. My tween daughter just about ripped Just Dance Wii 2014 out of my hands and ran upstairs to play it right away when she saw it. She was so excited. She immediately went through the song list and picked which songs she wanted to dance to first. Then she went through all the awesome new features.
New Features for Just Dance Wii 2014
- World Dance Floor – Dance with anyone anywhere in the world!
- On Stage Mode – One player will dance lead and can sing and have 2 backup dancers.
- Just Sweat Mode – This is a workout mode that I enjoy playing that counts calories!
- More Dancers Per Track – Different choreography across all modes of game play
- Improved shop – Choose from more songs all the time!
She wanted to invite a few friends over to dance with her. With the Wii, there can be up to four dancers at one time, but make sure you have plenty of dancing room. It can get a little crazy. There were plenty of snacks and drinks to keep the up the energy of these dancing girls. Little face is a dancer too and could not resist joining in all the fun. What can I say, he can shake what I gave him!
Where to Buy Just Dance 2014:
Just Dance is available on Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii, Just Dance 2014 – Nintendo Wii U and Just Dance 2014 X360 in time for this Holiday. Find out more information from Ubisoft or visit the Ubisoft Blog.
I like how this video game provides not only a fun level, but also includes exercise. This is great for those rainy days and day when it is too cold to go outside. If your kids say they are bored, just invite a few friends over for a dance off to get the party started!
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