Blame it on the boogie.
Just Dance 2021 is the latest in a long line of Just Dance games, each marginally different from the last. Much like serialised sports games, Ubisoft’s choreographed creation is born anew each year, with a couple of new features thrown in, and a helping of new songs sprinkled over the top. Innovation is it not, but this isn’t the game to look to if you want novelty. But, if you’re looking for a good time – and a bit of new content to scratch your boogie-butt itch – then look no further.
The way to play is the same as ever: hold the Joy-Con in your hands, and follow the on-screen directions to replicate the neon-coloured dancers as best you can. Various modes allow for co-operative and competitive play, worldwide tournaments, and even (not very trustworthy) calorie-counting in the slightly grossly-named “Sweat Mode”.
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