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Just Dance Kids 2014 Review: Best Game for Kids Party


Just Dance Kids 2014 is a game in which children can learn to dance the most simple dances and compete with each other in dancing and rhythmic skills. You can download Just Dance Kids 2014 to your Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360 console.

Graphics — 4.5/5

The graphics in the game are colorful and quite simple. The background image is drawn, and models of dancers showing movements are real children of the movements of which they recorded, and after that they neatly designed them.

Gameplay — 4/5

Reviews for Just Dance Kids 2014 on different sites vary. But it is worth remembering that this game is childish and directly aimed at a children's audience. There are 30 songs, small games in the style of "freeze-and-die" and others. Since this is a child's game, it does not differ excessively complex movements. Everything is quite monotonous and monotonous. But fun enough.

Controls — 4/5

The game is controlled with the help of Kinect. The camera reads the player's movements and allows you to control the virtual buttons, as well as dance. But the movements of the hands are sometimes poorly captured, so the console does not understand what needs to be done. Also, to control with the help of a camera, you need certain lighting and the absence of direct sun.

Replay Value — 4/5

Since the game is quite old by the modern standards of the gaming industry and it is not included in the system Just Dance, there is no update for this game on a paid subscription. Therefore, having danced all 30 songs so many times, children, as well as adults, can soon lose interest in this game.


Just Dance is not a bad game for dance lovers. It is interesting enough for children, but for the competition in dancing between adults, it is not very suitable.

  • Bright design
  • Pleasant children's songs
  • Simple movements do not require special knowledge in the dance
  • Develops rhythm and hearing in children.
  • Strange scoring system
  • Not always the camera captures movement.

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