Just Dance 2018
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Just Dance 2018 is the ninth instalment in the long-running dance-a-thon series, and it still grooves deep into the early hours of tomorrow morning, even with this excellent Wii U version. It may not be a revolutionary entry by any means, but it adds enough to be a fully-fleshed game for newcomers, while also tempting enough for any series veterans looking to dust off those dancing shoes.
I'm not a huge fan of the series in general, but Just Dance 2018 is really a nice package. There is a plethora of songs, there are tons of categories like songs for kids and even songs suited for fitness purposes. If you are looking for a great party game with a lot of value, Just Dance 2018 for Switch is a solid option. Who knows, maybe you can get the whole family dancing to ‘Sexy and I Know It' for the Holidays :)
Just Dance 2018 features a varied list of songs and its gameplay mechanics are still competent and fun to entertain groups at parties. The lack of new game modes, however, demonstrates that the series urgently needs innovation.
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Whether you’re a dancefloor prodigy or a rhythm-less oaf, Just Dance 2018 is not only accessible but provides hours of fun for old and young.
It might be the adrenaline talking, but I seriously got into Just Dance 2018. It's a silly amount of fun combined with a serious workout and guaranteed to have you grinning along when you pull off a sick move.
Besides the lack of a proper tutorial, there is a lot to love if you enjoy dancing. Just use a camera instead of the smartphone if you want to not cheat your way through.
The Just Dance franchise hasn't grown a lot since its heyday, but it doesn't need to.
A few solid new additions and strong reiteration of past mechanics make for an enjoyable experience, even if it is largely similar to what we've already seen from past Just Dance games.
If you like dancing, pop music and previous Just Dance games, then you can’t help but be entertained by Just Dance 2018.
Just Dance 2018 is an unremarkable addition to a tired series with little to entice returning players back into the fold. It's a shame such a large portion of the game is hidden behind a pay wall, but newcomers will nevertheless find plenty here to be getting on with for a while, particularly if you play in a party environment with friends and family.