by Antwand Pearman Editor In ChiefcloseAuthor: Antwand Pearman Editor In ChiefName: Antwand Pearman Email: Antwand.Pearman@gamerfitnation.com Site:http://gamerfitnation.com About: Antwand Pearman is the President, Founder, and Editor In Chief at GamerFitNation a Gaming and Health Lifestyle Website. Featured In Ebony Magazine and Black Enterprise. Chef, Undefeated Amateur Boxer. With responsibility for the daily website operations such as business planning, marketing, team management, and writing. He is also lead interview for GamerFitNation.com and has conducted many notable interviews. He is also known as BlackBible a public persona he uses when conducting such interviews.See Authors Posts (301) on November 14, 2012 at 02:52 PM EDT
Before I get into this Just Dance 4 Review lets gives you a little background. Just Dance 4 is a music rhythm based video game, developed by Ubisoft as the fourth main installment of the Just Dance series of dance games. Just dance is considered one of the most popular, if not the most popular Dance gen game to date.
Gameplay remains similar to previous Just Dance games, as players are judged on their ability to mimic on-screen dancers performing a routine to a chosen song. The Just Create feature will continue to be on the Xbox 360. New features in Just Dance 4 will include a dance battle mode, expansions to the game’s Just Sweat mode, unlockable bonus routines for songs, and a “Puppet Master” mode exclusive to the Wii U version, which will allow a player to use the Wii U’s controller to serve as a “Master” to manipulate the routine and visuals. The additional modes (Simon Says Mode, Playlists, Medley, Speed-Shuffle, & the 8 Player feature) are removed in Just Dance 4.Players have “Dance Quests”, six missions for each song that can be completed. As you complete these missions you win points to your Mojo. Players can also create “Dancer Cards”, which can also display their favorite songs, best scores, challenges and more. Online leaderboards are also available for the Wii U, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game -Wikipadia