Just dance 2018 Review

A party game that gets your heart rate up… Just dance 2018 has fun and fitness wrapped up all into one beautifully presented package and yes, it is worth every penny and every minute you spend on it. With a variety of songs to choose from on presentation, playing the…

The Crit

Party Mode - 89%
Graphics - 71%
Audio - 90%
Gameplay - 88%
Replayability - 97%

87%

User Rating: 3.5 ( 1 votes)

A party game that gets your heart rate up…

Just dance 2018 has fun and fitness wrapped up all into one beautifully presented package and yes, it is worth every penny and every minute you spend on it.

With a variety of songs to choose from on presentation, playing the game will allow you to unlock more music. There is the option to buy songs, but why would you want to do that if you can just dance your way through the challenges to unlock more music.

Just dance 2018 has been designed for all gaming platforms except PC, I got mine on PS4. With this said, you get three options to choose from as to how you would like to play the game. You can play with the move controllers, the PS camera or the smartphone app.

The game will prompt you through each step on how to calibrate the different devices. I found it easier to play with the camera than the other devices purely because of the movements and range requirements (you use big elaborate moves on some of the songs).

The game records some of the footage of your gameplay (of you dancing) and will show it to you once you have completed the song. You can choose whether to save, discard or share this footage. It will provide a good giggle session regardless whether you have played alone or with friends.

You get rewards when you have completed a song and the more stars you earn on the song the faster you will level up and gain mojo coins, which you can use to unlock in-game goodies.

I don’t want to give away too much, so I am going to sign off here. Go get your copy of Just Dance 2018 and enjoy the music, moves and laughs along the way. You will not regret it.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: PS4
Available on:  PS4, Switch, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U
Genre: Party, Dance
Age Rating: 3+
Publisher/Developer: Ubisoft
Estimated RRP: R699
Release Date: 26 October 2017

Likes

  • Great song choices
  • Replays are hilarious

Dislikes

  • Need more space in my living room

About Mariska de Bruin

Mariska de Bruin

My nuts aren’t always held together nicely by my hamster as she can get a bit behind and the other voices in my head doesn’t always help.

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