If you are familiar with the Just Dance games, and if you read my blog regularly, you should be, then you'll know pretty much what to expect with this new game, Just Dance Disney Party.
Published by Ubisoft, the idea around the game is identical to all the other Just Dance games. Players copy specific dance moves in time with the music, following the choreographed routine on screen. In order to build a good score, the palyer needs to dance accurately and in-time. The new game includes 25 songs and has features such as duets, family fun and party fun where you can use the Freeze & Shake feature and there's even a Parents Corner which includes useful tools like a non-stop shuffle mode, fitness tracker and a custom playlist.
As Disney addicts and Just Dance lovers, this game was always going to be a hit in our house and it's been on pretty much at every available moment recently. My 6 year old is somewhat self-conscious when it comes to performing so it took her all of about one song length before she could summon up the courage to join in and now there is no holding her back. Along with our game we were also sent a rather fetching Minnie Mouse costume which my daughter loves, although chose to abandon when she started playing the game as it hindered her dance moves. She's nothing if not a perfectionist!
As I have found with all Just Dance games, they are great value being one of the cheapest Wii games available on the market but also being one of the most used games in our house! I generally restrict access to the Wii and mostly our children don't ask to use it but I don't mind games like Just Dance that get them up and moving a bit rather than just spaced out in front of the TV.
Just Dance Disney Party for the Wii is available now at Amazon, priced at £14.99. There is also an Xbox version available.