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Just Dance 2018

Ubisoft, Ubisoft Paris, Ubisoft Shanghai
Oct 24, 2017 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

61%

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Just Dance 2018 Trailers

Just Dance 2018 Kids Mode Trailer: Making of Kid Friendly Dance Mode | Ubisoft (US) thumbnail

Just Dance 2018 Kids Mode Trailer: Making of Kid Friendly Dance Mode | Ubisoft (US)

Just Dance 2018: E3 2017 Official Recap! | Ubisoft [US] thumbnail

Just Dance 2018: E3 2017 Official Recap! | Ubisoft [US]

Just Dance 2018:  World Cup | Teaser Trailer | Ubisoft [US] thumbnail

Just Dance 2018: World Cup | Teaser Trailer | Ubisoft [US]


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Critic Reviews for Just Dance 2018

Just Dance 2018 is an improvement over the previous version; everything that was already working has been improved, the menus are now more intuitive and simple and Ubisoft is still thinking about the kids in the house. Without a doubt, it will be one of the great successes of this Christmas, especially in the Nintendo platforms.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Just Dance 2018 is just as good as it's always been, but it's beginning to become hard to justify shelling out just for a smattering of new songs with each iteration.

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Just Dance 2018 is a groovy addition to any party. A fun time to be had by all, the addition of Just Dance Unlimited and the ability to use two Joy-Con controllers for a few songs is a welcome treat for Switch owners.

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Pretty much the same, boringly dependable Just Dance experience at heart, but the addition of a kid friendly mode, and a much-needed subscription service in Just Dance Unlimited, make this far more worthy a purchase for front room dance fans than the last few iterations.

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Just Dance 2018 features a varied list of songs and its gameplay mechanics are still competent and fun to entertain groups at parties. The lack of new game modes, however, demonstrates that the series urgently needs innovation.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Just Dance 2018 is the family experience of the year with new titles to dance and unleash in our salons. The Just Dance Unlimited service complements it perfectly, but it will be dispensable for those who already own all the titles. A continuous title that never disappoints.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Besides the lack of some other great hits besides "Despacito", Just Dance 2018 makes another nice game, specially for the kinds at home and all of the people that might get it for the Nintendo Switch. Playing it on a Nintendo Switch with HD Rumble technology and both Joy-Cons just feels like the way it was meant to be.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

In a strange twist for a series that you would expect to be built around drawing in new consumers, Just Dance 2018 feels like a perfect match for those who already love the games and are really serious about their dancing, yet does nothing to draw in newcomers. In some ways, this year's edition feels like it is almost a ‘greatest hits' for its hardcore fans – the one entry that you'll always fall back to just to play through the best stuff. Yet with such a hefty cost needed to access all of the game's content, only the most serious will get true enjoyment here.

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