The description of Just Dance Greatest Hits starts off with: If you missed out on the smash hits of sensation, Just Dance unleashes its greatest hits.
But here’s one thing the makers of the game probably don’t want you to know.
You can still BUY THE ORIGINALS.
That’s right. Just Dance and Just Dance 2 are still available from reputable companies like Best Buy, GameStop, or even Gamefly. And chances are very good that you’ll get more dancing fun for your money by buying the originals and not going for this game.
I was hoping they would implement some of the features from Just Dance 3 into Just Dance Greatest Hits – features like Dance Mash Up or the song mash up, the awards, and/or some Dance Crew songs.
But nope, none of those features are available in this version of Just Dance. All they did was take the Just Dance 2 format and installed 35 songs from the first two versions.
As for the gameplay, there’s nothing wrong with the mechanics of the game – and it’s still a great party game.
But so are Just Dance and Just Dance 2.
So why would they want to make this version if they don’t give anything fresh or new to you? Because it’s a cheap way to get you to hand over your hard-earned money. They want you to pay up $40 for this version.
You deserve better than tired, rehashed games – and that’s all Just Dance Greatest Hits is – a tired, rehashed game. SKIP IT.