Just Dance 2020
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Just Dance 2020 Trailers
Just Dance 2020: Get Busy by Koyotie | Official Track Gameplay [US]
Just Dance 2020: All Stars Mode | Trailer | Ubisoft [US]
Just Dance 2020: Creative Spotlight | FANCY, I Am The Best, & Kill This Love | Ubisoft [US]
Just Dance 2020 Screenshots
Critic Reviews for Just Dance 2020
As a ten-year celebration for the franchise, Just Dance 2020 is mostly the same, for better or for worse. While it strips some of the innovative features of past entries, the eclectic and energetic songlist will get any party pumped up all night. Just make sure you get Just Dance Unlimited for a better time.
Just Dance 2020 is quite a standard game for the series with a bright style and cute graphics, which has even fewer innovations than the next annual FIFA. The local tracklist looks very strange, because in Russia we have more popular artists than the Monatik. The story mode with Panda as a celebration of the series ' decade is clearly insufficient, as is the diverse but meager set of tracks. At the same time, if you already have a subscription to Just Dance Unlimited and any other version of the game, starting with Just Dance 2017, then there is no point in buying Just Dance 2020.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Just Dance 2020 pushes the franchise forward by creating more complex choreographies and introducing new themes and styles of music through its diverse songlist. The returning modes remain as solid as they were with a few noticeable quality of life improvements. At its conclusion the All-Stars Mode feels a little underwhelming, but no matter what occasion or reason you want to buy it for, Just Dance 2020 is highly recommended.
Just Dance 2020 does not differ from other games in the series in the sense that it's fun, enjoyable and has enough content and music for many intense moments. At the same time, Just Dance 2020 is too similar to its immediate predecessors to stand out and beyond a small number of new elements, there are not too many reasons to purchase this latest edition of the Just Dance series for those who own the last titles released on the Nintendo Switch.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Just Dance 2020 is a celebration of the series' tenth anniversary in more ways than one, with years' worth of releases all leading up to a formula that has truly been perfected and a decent new song list to boot. You'll want to be subscribed to Just Dance Unlimited to get the most out of your purchase, however, and a combination of your needs, budget and access to previous titles makes the decision much more difficult than it should be. Newcomers to the series won't find a better experience out there, but seasoned players might want to think about saving some cash and sticking with their current setup.
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