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Just Dance Disney Party [Kid Review]

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We have another review for you today! Ubisoft’s Just Dance Disney Party for Wii (comes in other platforms as well)

Just Dance Disney Party has classic and new songs from Disney movies and shows! Here are some features:

  • Twenty-Five Brand-New Dances and Choreographies – Classic Disney songs for the whole family and dances from the hottest Disney Channel shows.
  • Family Fun and Party Fun – Play cooperatively for the highest team score or play Freeze & Shake for extra points.
  • Special Features for the Wii – Classic four-player co-op on Wii and a unique Balloon mode where kids compete against each other to get more items and earn more points by shaking their Wii Remote.
  • New and Improved Features Offer Strong Benefits for Parents – Playlists allow mom to select all her kids’ favorite songs for nonstop dancing and on-screen lyrics help kids learn the words and sing along as they dance.

I really like the variety of songs (I know all the words to lots of them) and the boys were happy with the new and old songs. They love any dancing game so this wasn’t any different, however it has one feature (that probably isn’t a major selling point) that they loved:

 

P (10) – My favorite part of the game is choosing what language you want the song to be in. I like how many classic Disney songs there are. There are songs from new Disney shows too!

C (8) – My favorite part of the game is that you can change languages so if you just want to play for fun you can do it in different languages. My brother and I like to change the language to German because it’s funny when we don’t understand but we know what the words are supposed to be. If there is anyone playing with us that speaks a different language they can choose their language and understand the songs!

How funny is it that they both mentioned the languages lol! I can’t tell you how many times we’ve looked up German words because the boys wanted to know which word meant what. It’s cute how they try and figure out which word means what and sing along. If your kids love Disney and dancing games you’ll definitely want to add this one to your collection! You can purchase Just Dance Disney Party for Wii on Amazon

Happy Dancing!

Disclosure: We were given the game to review but were not compensated in any other way. All opinions are 100% our own. There is an affiliate link in this blog post. 

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!

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