(Wii)

We Dance (Wii)

Game Profile

We Dance®, exclusively for Wii™, is the ultimate dance party game for up to four players.

Get on the dance-floor as you use the controller, dance mat, or a combination of both, to dance along to 40 chart-smashing songs from some of the world's hottest artists. With dance steps choreographed by professional dancers and great game modes including dance school lessons, party games and a Dance TV jukebox, We Dance is a great party game that everyone can enjoy.

  • 40 CHART-SMASHING DANCE HITS - Four decades of incredible music from all original artists. From classic floor-fillers to modern hits, covering a massively diverse range of genres including rock, pop, disco, rap and hip-hop.
  • FULLY CHOREOGRAPHED DANCE MOVES – Learn the dance moves of professional dancers and perform iconic dance routines from 40 of your best-loved songs.
  • 3 DIFFERENT STYLES OF PLAY - Play using your hands only, with the Wii Remote, feet only, with the dance mat, and when you’ve mastered the moves, try putting both together!
  • MULTIPLAYER FUN! Invite your friends and family to a dance party, with up to four players dancing together!
  • 3 PARTY GAME MODES - For up to four players, featuring ‘Jump, ‘Step’ and ‘Pose’, each with their own style of play.
  • DANCE SCHOOL - Learn the dance moves of professional dancers, with step-by-step instructions.
  • WARM-UP SESSIONS – Get fit the fun way with We Dance! Prepare for those energetic dance moves with warm-up routines.
  • DANCE TV - Play through each of the 40 songs on We Dance whenever you like, with ‘Dance TV’, just like a Jukebox.
  • PERFORMANCE STATISTICS - Check out how well you’ve performed with statistics relating to your dance performance.
  • CHARTS – Leader boards display high scores, for the competitive dancer.
  • DOWNLOAD NEW SONGS AND DANCE MOVES! - Keep things fresh and check out the ‘Dance Shop’ to download all new songs and dance moves.

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Peter Willington

Don't touch this

When a genre of game saturates a market it's fair to expect that any new title coming out within that style of play must do a good impression of the leaders in the field, in the very least aping what made the forerunners successful, hopefully providing an...

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User Comments (2)

Zach

#2

Zach said:

@JakeTheChao Nintendo probably doesn't allow them to, so people don't think that this has anything to do with the first-party Wii ___ series (Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, Wii Play, Wii Play Motion, Wii Music, Wii Party).

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