Submitted by Wiiloveit 1042d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Just Dance: Disney Party - Wii Review

"Ubisoft's deciding to apply a Disney skin to the Just Dance formula is likely similar in thought to Konami's, when they and Bemani paired up with the same force to create Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Grooves a few years ago. Both titles are effectively skewed to kids almost exclusively by means of design direction, but that magical flavour could fairly easily extend and touch players of an older demographic if the development teams were so inclined. Since there's no desire to do that, what Just Dance: Disney Party offers will be of no further interest to older, longtime fans. Knowing what the series is capable of and where this road has taken Ubisoft in the past (The Smurfs: Dance Party being an example of sorts), I was half expecting this spin-off to flop, with laughably weak choreography. But the truth is, Just Dance: Disney Party will be seen by kids and parents alike as a pretty likeable starting point with an even playing field for penetration." -- Wiiloveit.com (Just Dance: Disney Party, Wii) 67/100

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