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20/12/2012 FGTV: Just Dance 4 Hands On Wii U Review
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Just Dance 4 comes to the Wii U with traditional Wii controls, bolstered by some new modes which use the Wii U control pad. In this FamilyGamerTV, we play this with our children and look at just why Just Dance 4 is the pick of the crop for families.

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Just Dance 4 Hands On Wii U Nintendo Wii Review

FGTV: Just Dance 4 Hands On Wii U

Format:
Nintendo Wii

Genre:
Rhythmaction

Style:
Competitive
Cooperative

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Reporting Gamer (WIIU)

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Just Dance 4 comes to the Wii U with traditional Wii controls, bolstered by some new modes which use the Wii U control pad. In this FamilyGamerTV, we play this with our children and look at just why Just Dance 4 is the pick of the crop for families.

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