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Just Dance 2018

Rating Summary

Based on 31 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

61%

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Based on 31 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 24, 2017
Xbox OneOct 24, 2017
Wii UOct 24, 2017
Nintendo SwitchOct 24, 2017

Developer: Ubisoft Paris

Publishers: Ubisoft, Ubisoft Shanghai

Genres: Music, Simulation

Whether you’re a party starter, a dancer in the making, or a seasoned pro, get ready to turn up the volume and unleash your inner dancer with Just Dance 2018!

Where to Buy

Amazon

OpenCritic Coverage

Trailers

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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]

Screenshots

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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.

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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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