Teen Game Review: “Just Dance: Disney Party 2” Wii U

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Just Dance: Disney Party 2, well I just started the review by stating the name of the game again, good start. Developed and published by Ubisoft, Just Dance: Disney Party 2 is in a way much like it’s previous version, but not entirely the same however. This time around, all of the songs are from Disney Channel, which to me that is pretty nice. I’m not gonna lie, I like dancing as much as the next person, if the next person likes dancing I mean. I have to get those flashy moves in there somehow and this game helps me with just that.

With a ton of songs, including those from the new hit DCOM Descendants, songs from the shows Austin & Ally and Liv and Maddie to name a few, I obviously cannot leave out that there are also selections from both Teen Beach Movies. I personally loved Girl vs. Monster and they do actually have “Had Me @ Hello.”¬†For anyone who is a big fan or just, sporadic, you can easily pick it up and enjoy it just as equals. I myself know most of the songs so, in that case, I had a bit of an easier time than most probably would. I did not have the chance to try the karaoke mode, seeing that is only on the XBox One version of the game. It looked like a really fun mode, and in the future I will have to give that a shot.

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Well, the more you need is right here, well, not right here, you can’t really see that I am pointing at the screen. I, I’m pointing at the screen by the way. Just Create is a feature in the game that allows you to create your own dancing routines. I am no choreography genius or anything, but creating my own routine, I can already tell you that it was actually interesting messing around trying to do some of the hardest moves and pulling them off once my mad scientist like experiments were complete. There is also a Parents Corner which allows you to use built-in playlists or make your own. Fitness tracker is also in there, and you probably should go into that before doing anything else, that is if you plan on doing more than a couple songs of course.

I could talk about music all day long, but I do not want to take up THAT much of your time. Anything to get you moving I think is a great way to get exercise, not even exercise, just have some fun with family or friends really, or by yourself, whatever floats your boat there. I loved playing the game, and I mean it is a dance game, you know what you are getting into. Previously, I never really would have considered even wanting to play any of these types of games, I really wouldn’t have. Over the years I have started to like these, and even like to randomly dance from time to time, I try not to hit people, but that is no promise. Anyone who likes dancing, anyone who likes Disney Channel, anyone who likes dancing AND Disney Channel, I think you’ve got to try it out. It’s a must have to me just for the experiences and the enjoyment of the songs and moves, and hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

9.6

Visuals

9.5/10

Music/Sound Effects

10.0/10

Gameplay

9.5/10

Replay Value

9.0/10

Value

10.0/10

Pros

  • It's, Dancing
  • and Disney Channel
  • All of the songs are great!

Cons

  • I had nothing that would hinder my experience

Clayton Crooks III

Clayton Crooks III (aka Ghost) is a regular contributor to the game section of Dis411. He enjoys watching his favorite teams (Lakers, Steelers, Pirates, Penguins and TN Volunteers), playing video games, traveling to Walt Disney World and playing with his two cats: Cassie and Sylvester.

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