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Just Dance 4

Just Dance 4 (WIIU) game cover art
Platform: Wii U
Tags: Music, Dancing
Developer: Ubisoft


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Just Dance 4 review

Reviewed December 29, 2012

Jason Venter says: "You might not realize it, but even simple repetitive motions like lifting your arm and then lowering it can start to take a toll on a person—most particularly someone who spends his days sitting in an office chair and typing words about video games—and that’s even before you start lifting your legs up high, or twirling in circles like a rose petal caught in a whirlwind."
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