Late to the party?
Now into its third main entry, Ubisoft’s Just Dance series has finally shimmied its way onto PlayStation 3 with Just Dance 3, albeit a couple of months later than Just Dance 3 on Wii and Just Dance 3 on Kinect. Does Ubisoft’s key title do enough to stand out amongst PlayStation Move’s already crowded dance game line-up?...
Stuck in a rut
The latest NPD report – covering monthly spend for the video game industry in North America – didn’t paint a particularly promising picture for digital entertainment in January. Both hardware and software dropped 38% year over year, with sales down from $1.14 billion in January 2011 to just $750 million this past month. The NPD...
Back of the net
EA Sports’ excellent soccer sim, FIFA 12, has enjoyed its eighth week at the top of the UK sales charts — beating out competition from Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to maintain its place at the top of the league. A lack of new releases meant it was largely as you were in the multiformat top-ten,...
Better late than never
Just two months after it was released on Wii and Xbox 360, Just Dance 3 reaches PlayStation 3 this week. Released on Tuesday in North America and today across Europe, the game brings PlayStation Move support for up to four players. We're putting the game through its paces at the moment and will have a full review in the near...
Ubisoft turned down
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Wii and Kinect owners can both play Just Dance 3 this month, but poor old PlayStation 3 fans must wait two months to get their groove on. Ubisoft's high profile party game has slipped to 6th December in North America and 9th December in Europe. We've approached Ubisoft for a comment to explain the delay, but so far none has been forthcoming...
Ready to conquer the living room
Ubisoft just hit with the first big PlayStation Move game of E3 — Just Dance 3 is on the way to Sony's motion controller on 11th October. The game is also coming to Kinect and Wii, but while the press release mentions exclusive features for those consoles it doesn't specify anything for PlayStation Move. Hopefully...
Just Dance is back and the party is bigger than ever before.
The new Just Dance 3 gives a new twist to the already spontaneous and outrageous dance game. Just Dance 3 kick-starts the party with 45+ tracks from multiple genres, popular artist, and top Billboard tracks. Using only the PlayStation Move controller, Just Dance 3 is the perfect dance game for any age or dance ability, so it's easy for anyone to join the movement!
With a variety of all-new gameplay modes, tracks that allow up to 4 dancers to uniquely shine, and innovative cardio training options, Just Dance 3 was made to bring the party and keep America dancing!
Top Of The Charts: Over 45 all-new tracks, ranging from Billboard/top-charted hits to classic dance party tracks! There's something for all tastes, everyone will find their groove. Want more songs? Download from an expanding catalogue of new tracks from the in-game store.
Dance Crew Mode: With now up to 4 concurrent dance routines, it's your time to shine! Each player can get his own moment of fame with unique choreographies and move for each member of the band.
Shake the World: Just Dance 3 lets you bring down the house with dynamic environments. Watch the background change as you perform progressive moves.
Just Sweat It Out: The popular Just Sweat mode gets an upgrade with more workout plans and playlists. Stay fit, have fun, and Just Dance.
Dance Til Dawn: Use the Party Mode and lose yourself in the music! No navigating through menus, no need to stop to select the next song... Just Dance 3 gives you a non-stop dance-a-thon!
Too Shy to Dance... But Love to Sing?! All tracks provide song lyrics on-screen, so even if you don't score points with your voice, you're sure to score some with the crowd!
Just Can't Get Enough: Just Dance 3 still has everyone's favorite modes like Classic Mode, Duet Mode, Medley, Simon Says, and more.