Just Dance Kids 2014 - Xbox 360

Release Date:

October 08, 2013

Also on:

Xbox 360 Wii Wii U

Viewing USA:

Also on UK.


Just Dance Kids 2014 is back! With an all-new tracklist of kids’ hottest songs, featuring original master recordings from their favorite artists, crazy dances by real choreographers, and exclusive kid-friendly features, children of all ages can Just Dance along with the rest of the family. 30 all-new songs from kids’ favorite Pop stars, TV shows, movies, and more. For the first time ever, Just Dance Kids features the original master recordings of great hits like “Hit the Lights” by Selena Gomez, “One Thing” by One Direction, “Give Your Heart a Break” by Demi Lovato, “Ready or Not” by Bridgit Mendler, and “Getting Ready to Wiggle” by The Wiggles. There are also fun, new song covers re-recorded by kids including nursery rhymes for the youngest of fans.

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I'll make it simple: if you are a Just Dance fanatic, this game won't explode in your face. Unfortunately, that's about the nicest thing I can say about Just Dance Kids 2014.

If you want a Just Dance experience that subtracts the potential evils of pop music so you can be absolutely sure it won't turn your kids into mini Miley Cyruses, then get Just Dance Disney Party. anyway.

If you want a new Just Dance game, get Just Dance 4. It has more features, far better design, more songs and includes a lot of songs kids would actually want to dance to.

Just Dance may be a successful rhythm game series where players follow onscreen avatars by moving their Wii remotes in time to the popular tunes of the day, but behind this humble premise lies respect for the player. If you're the type of person who really enjoys dancing alone or with your friends in front of your TV to pop music, it is true that Ubisoft do put a lot of effort into trying to please you.

However, this is only applicable to games like Just Dance 4. That game has shadowy, colorful avatars who allow players to project their personalities into the game. It has dance choreography that may prompt an embarrassed smile when you realize what you have to do to win, but ultimately are really well thought-out, and designed to hit a sweet spot between step complexity and fun. It has a broad selection of tunes that will appeal to a wide variety of pop music fans.

Just Dance Kids 2014 on the other hand contains unconvincing smiley digitized tweens who were probably focus-tested to produce the hippest attitudes you can get for a way cool gnarley game like this. Cowabunga dude, kids are radical, am I right? I feel sorry for the children who appear in this failure of a game, who were probably lured into Ubisoft's van by the promise of candy.

Compare the One Direction choreography in this game to Just Dance 4; it's like night and day. Kids are not morons. They can handle regular Just Dance move routines, not these totally simple and boring moves that nobody outside your 100-year-old grandpa would have a problem replicating.

Kids do not usually wake up and say, "I want to dance to Pat Benetar's 'Hit Me With Your Best Shot' today. Oh no, Mary Had a Little Lamb, I've been itching to dance to that! Oh wait, no, I love Kenny Loggins, let's do that one!" Kids want to dance to Justin Bieber, or songs like "Call Me Maybe" or "Umbrella," which are in Just Dance 4, a game that does not get a sixth of its songs by plopping in entries from other titles.

Don't be mean to your kids, get them what they really want.

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