One of the least surprising elements of Ubisoft's E3 show this year was the confirmation that the Just Dance series is continuing with Just Dance 2018.
Proudly billed as the best-selling music game franchise of all time, Just Dance 2018 offers more than 40 new songs as well as access to another 300-odd more through Just Dance Unlimited, the game's on-demand streaming service.
The big news for Switch owners is that the game will make use of HD Rumble to "develop interesting Double Rumble choreographies based on this vibration system, which makes the overall Just Dance experience even more immersive." Up to six players can boogie at the same time using a Joy-Con controller or the Just Dance Controller app, which turns your smartphone into a controller.
Yes, the original Wii.
It's 2017 and Ubisoft is still releasing Wii games, despite the fact that it's now two console generations behind as far as Nintendo is concerned.
Just who is buying Wii games in 2017? Answers on a postcard, preferably one featuring a major pop artist on the front, like Shakin' Stevens or Daniel O'Donnell, please.