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Just Dance 2019 (Nintendo Switch)
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- With Just Dance Unlimited, the dance-on-demand subscription streaming service, you have access to 400 songs and more
- The game learns your dancing habits and suggests content you will also like! Follow your instincts and pick the perfect pre-made playlist to match your mood, or let the game make recommendations created just for you. For every moment, there's a Just Dance playlist
- The dynamic new home page features seasonal and special event playlists, game news highlights and a new community section. Use your smartphone to track and score your moves - no camera, Kinect, or PS Move required! Up to 6 players can play with their phones simultaneously
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Rated : Ages 3 and Over
- Product Dimensions : 1.1 x 10.5 x 17 cm; 50 Grams
- Release date : 26 Oct. 2018
- ASIN : B07DNZZY3F
- Item model number : 300103214
- Country of origin : Japan
- Best Sellers Rank: 2,573 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 280 in Nintendo Switch Games
- Customer reviews:
Wherever life takes you, Just Dance 2019 beats to the rhythm of your life moments! The #1 Music Video Game Franchise of All Time*, with over 65 million units sold** is coming this fall with 40 new and fun songs. Whether there's something to celebrate or for no reason at all, Just Dance is there for every occasion!
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Dance to the beats of your life
Just Dance, the music video game franchise, brings people together by unleashing the inner dancer in all of us. Whether there is something to celebrate, or for no reason at all, Just Dance is there for every occasion. Join a community of more than 120 million players around the world, and bust out your best moves! Anyone and everyone can Just Dance.
Just Dance 2019 includes 40 hot tracks, from chart-topping hits to family favourites, and access to 400+ more songs with Just Dance
The youngest players will have a blast with the most fun dance playground: the Kids mode! It includes choreographies created with the help of kids' development experts to encourage healthy movement, as well as a tailored interface, scoring, and special characters for the kids to be able to safely enjoy the game in complete autonomy. 8 new Kids Mode choreographies will be included in Just Dance 2019, to be added to the existing catalogue.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 March 2019
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The songs available are not new song.
Not sure what more can be said, if your child doesn't like the small selection of songs available, then the game will just gather dust.
The game seems like it just wants you to pay more money for the subscription, and that is pushed on you from the first moment.
As others have mentioned, the vast majority of tracks are locked for subscribers of their "Just Dance Unlimited" service. The locked tracks are clearly visible on screen too - I guess that is their way of enticing you to subscribe to their paid streaming service. I activated my free one month trial of Just Dance Unlimited (that comes with this game) so was able to access the huge library of songs online - bit of initial buffering (blurry for the first few seconds of each song) as it streams over your internet connection.
You may wonder if it's worth buying this every year if you can simply sign up to the unlimited service and access all the songs there - well the reason is because any new tracks they add are only available to those who have the latest version of the game. So for example if you have Just Dance 2018 + the subscription - if they were to add say 50 new songs to the online / unlimited library today - this would only be accessible to those that have the latest version of the game (i.e. Just Dance 2019). So those that have Just Dance 2018 + the online subscription do not have access to any of the songs on Just Dance 2019 even via the streaming service.
Super fun game which challenges you to a variety of difficulties - although I find the difficultly is more based around the complexity of the routine than the amount of exercise you're getting, but I guess that is what 'Sweat Mode' is for!
In-game menu is easy to use for those not comfortable with most games.
You only get one month free with the 400+ songs, and then have to pay. But for casual use, the songs loaded on it are more than enough.
Using it for the Nintendo Switch means it really is only tracking your hand/arm movements - so you could cheat the game if you wanted to.. not that it would be worth it.
With that said, its hard for me to recommend this game for the price they're charging, especially considering the expensive premium subscription required to keep it from getting stale. I would wait for a sale or price cut.
Ubisoft does, however, sadly, lock over 400 songs from previous games behind a lovely paywall. It will regularly (every time you turn the game on at the very least) to use your free month's trial and (presumably thereafter) give them all your money. I'm assuming it only does this if you load up the adult version of the game rather than the kids version.