In the shadow of "Guitar Hero" and "Rock Band," video games give even the most instrumentally and musically challenged customer a chance to shine on stage.
Even if that stage is your living room.
"Just Dance" is a highly developed, well-received video game that redefines the word "interactive" the same way the aforementioned games. The "Just Dance" franchise immediately experienced a whirlwind of success thanks to the reality TV show "So You Think You Can Dance" and due to the fact it is marketed as not only a fun dance game but also a way for an older demographic to exercise. "Just Dance 4" allows users to play the "Just Sweat Mode" and create their very own exercise routines backed by some sweet tunes. Naturally, a component of the exercise aspect of "Just Dance 4" includes your very own dance solo.
That advanced age crowd also can appreciate how "Just Dance" delivers more than just modern-day pop songs. Everything from "The Beatles" to "Blondie" is featured tracks on any of the "Just Dance" incarnations; there have been four sequels thus far.
"Just Dance" delivers from a sales perspective as not only a top-revenue producer for Ubisoft, the company that produces the game, but also one that spans across other brands. "Just Dance" partners with Disney. This perennial powerhouse pairing churned out a version of the game that includes songs from classic movies such as "The Little Mermaid" and "Jungle Book."
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