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Review: 'Just Dance' sequel taps into today's hits

12:46 PM, Oct. 15, 2013
Available for all major console platforms - and soon, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 - 'Just Dance 2014' challenges you to mimic moves of professional dancers in order to rack up as many points as possible. In other words, you're pretending to look in a mirror so you can copy the dancer's moves, in real-time, as best as you can.
Available for all major console platforms - and soon, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 - 'Just Dance 2014' challenges you to mimic moves of professional dancers in order to rack up as many points as possible. In other words, you're pretending to look in a mirror so you can copy the dancer's moves, in real-time, as best as you can.
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Video games and exercise need not be mutually exclusive activities.

Ubisoft's Just Dance series - which has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide over the past 4 years - encourages gamers to get up on their feet and dance to today's top hits (and some classics, too).

The latest in the franchise doesn't do much to push the genre forward, but still proves to be a fun and fit way to spend time with friends or family in front of the television. ...

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