Armed robbery is a violent crime; with priors, you're looking at a really long stretch in the state pen if you get caught. So it's prudent to call ahead and make sure the game store you're robbing has the title you want. In Tennessee, one robber wanted to be sure his local GameStop had Just Dance 2014.
Here’s the trailer for Just Dance 4, the latest entry in Ubisoft’s makes-so-much-money-it’s-silly rhythm franchise. It’s coming to all next-gen platforms later this year.
A new Just Dance game, called Just Dance 2014, has leaked ahead of an expected announcement by Ubisoft at their E3 press conference.
Gangnam Style will be DLC for Just Dance 4... for "all motion sensor platforms in November 2012," according to Ubisoft.
Given how they can often result in fence-sitting games that specialise in AAA blandness, gamers are right to be wary of focus testing groups.
I knew that dance games, like Ubisoft's Just Dance series, took an extraordinary amount of motion capture and choreography. But I admit that I never stopped to think about the costumed characters on-screen. Not only does the team have to capture dancers in motion... they need to outfit the dancers, too.
I never realized how dangerous some of these dance moves look to be until Conan took it upon himself to review Just Dance 4 with Olympic gold medalist Alex Morgan.
Here's Ubisoft's Just Dance 4, shown off at Nintendo's press briefing during E3 today.
It's true. Ubisoft's Just Dance 4, out this October for Wii, Xbox Kinect, and PlayStation Move, will feature Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe.
Well now we know where one of those 25 million copies of Ubisoft's Just Dance games ended up: In Britney Spears' living room, where the all-singing, all-dancing performance artist recorded her son Preston getting down to a little "Shake Your Groove Thing".
Go ahead, snicker and titter just like you do when you pass a display of Ubisoft's dancing franchise games at Target or Walmart. With 25 million copies sold across six titles, odds are you secretly own a copy of Just Dance yourself.
Somewhere inside the Beltway today, copies of Just Dance 3 for the Wii and The Sims Plus Pets rode in a presidential caravan with the nuclear football. That, gang, is core game cred.
The Just Dance series is the kind of red-hot gaming franchise that can pull in a guest character like Nintendo's Super Mario. But who knew that such a combo would be so... colorful.
The Los Angeles Times has taken a look at the October NPD numbers, which show that dancing games like Just Dance 3 and Dance Central 2 have grown in sales 326% over last year. That far outpaces the next nearest fastest-growing genre, fighting games, which grew just 33% over the same period of time.
New York Comic-Con's Just Dance 3 stage was always filled with an interesting mix of cosplayers, but these are my favorite: A dozen assassins from Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed line dancing to Sugarhill Gang's Jump On It with the help of Ubisoft's other major hit... Just Dance.
Ubisoft is upping the Kinect dancing game ante with Just Dance 3's "Just Create" mode. "Just Create" lets you record your own dance moves using Kinect then challenge your friends to recreate them. You can use your custom moves to serve your friends in person or online through Facebook.
As one of the worst examples of "it's on the Wii, shovel it out there" publishing, I don't have many kind words to say about Ubisoft's Just Dance 2, one of the biggest-selling games in years.
Some of us would admit to playing Just Dance in the privacy of our own homes. I'm not saying I would, mind you—certainly not on the internet. But these poor folks had to dance day after day for the duration of E3 to promote Just Dance 3 for the PS3 and Xbox 360. So let's give 'em a round of applause. Just, no…
Chase's dad is working out. Part of his workout regimen involves getting the hell down with some Britney Spears jams in Just Dance 2. We are the ones who benefit from Chase's sneaky video of dad getting loose to "Toxic."
Late last night I got bundled up in my warmest clothes, kicked my Nissan Pathfinder until it started moving, and braved extensive imaginary lines, all in the name of picking up World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion...strategy guide.