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Just Dance 2020 - Nintendo Switch
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- 40 hot new tracks: keep the party going with the latest hits, like “I don't care” by Ed sheeran & Justin Bieber, and the new song “into the unknown” from Disney's frozen 2
- Free just dance unlimited: dance to 500+ of your favorite songs! A free one-month trial is included with every purchase
- Choose your favorite songs: create playlists to customize your just dance parties!
- Kids mode: enjoy eight new kid-friendly songs, a fun experience for our youngest players
- All-stars mode: play 10 songs from past just dance games to unlock an exclusive reward
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Product detailsStyle:Nintendo Switch
- Language : English, French
- Rated : Everyone 10+
- Parcel Dimensions : 16.8 x 10.5 x 1.2 cm; 45.36 Grams
- Release date : Nov. 5 2019
- Manufacturer : Ubisoft - Canada
- Place of Business : Montréal, QC H2Y 0A3, CA
- ASIN : B07SV54GFH
- Item model number : UBP10902236
- Country of origin : Canada
- Customer Reviews:
Just dance 2020 is the ultimate dance game, with 40 hot tracks from chart-topping hits like “bad guy” by Billie eilish, “kill this love” by blackpink, “old town road (Remix)” by Lil Nas X feet Billy ray Cyrus, and “7 Rings” by Ariana Grande, and the new song “into the unknown” from Disney’s frozen 2. Keep the party going for hours with songs for the whole family to enjoy!.
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I didn't give it one star because Ubisoft is still releasing this game on the Wii, and you have to give props for that.
The playstation camera won’t recognize kids for some reason so they’ll need to hold a controller or a phone which is just not fun especially without the funny video playback.
Also, the game wants a subscription to get more songs. It only has about 10 songs for kids which is really terrible value for what the game costs.
If you are willing to sign up a subscription for this and it’s for teens/adults, it should be a fine game.
Tip: Adding time to the unlimited subscription can be a bit tricky (at least with my copy), as it can't do an in-game purchase. To get around this, you need to go to the Nintendo store and buy the add-on which should automatically apply to the game. You need to close the game if it is open and it should work the next time you open it.
The game itself is well made though. Amazing how it can capture dance moves with monitoring the movement of just one hand.
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