gamers (100%) found this review helpful
Hey if it’s not broke why fix it? If you’ve played Just Dance 2, then you have basically played this game – there’s nothing new on display here other than a new song list. But for those of you who have not played Just Dance 2, here’s what you get: There are 23 songs from all genres; songs like Pump up the Volume, Crying Blood, Mambo No. 5, and Down by the Riverside. Each song has one or two dancers facing the players. The dancers will dance, and the players try to match their movements exactly. Pulling off those moves gets you points, and you get more points by pulling off several moves in succession. The multiplayer is where this game really takes off. Having up to three other players show off their moves can really liven up a party. In multiplayer mode, you can dance to any song or you can play Simon Says. In Simon Says, the game will periodically ask the players to do a different gesture than usual – like clap hands or freeze for a few seconds. But this game is purely the party game – there’s nothing here that will satisfy the solo player. And like the other games in the Just Dance franchise, this game doesn’t have anything to unlock – so if you don’t like the songs, there’s nothing here that will keep you playing. But Just Dance: Summer Party can be fun for four players – and it’s a good way to keep fans of the franchise busy until Just Dance 3 comes out. RENT IT.
gamers (50%) found this review helpful
this is not aimed for the just dance fans this is aimed for little kids from 5 to 10 but i think 10 year olds would have the good common sense not to play this. just dance fans the hardcore fans you will be disappointed in this game. just a warning