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Submitted by Wiiloveit 801d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Just Dance 4 - Wii Review

"At the rate Ubisoft is going, some might view it as a feat in itself that Just Dance has yet to reach a thawing point, and even more of a blessing that the series hasn't shown radical signs of floundering. I'll add to this preface and say to anyone who has dismissed the franchise out of skepticism that there are sound reasons for the game's upstanding success and impressive attach rate. However, Just Dance 4 shows a side that, if not corrected, could spell trouble for the spirit of the next iteration. While this is a good effort and still serves as a strong party game, the team's slight indiscretion has given rise to a few concerns that consequently put the fourth entry below the last two members of its line." -- Wiiloveit.com (Just Dance 4, Wii) 77/100

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