Just Dance Wii

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Just Dance Wii
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Developer(s) Ubisoft Paris
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Series Just Dance
T: Just Dance Wii
N: Just Dance Wii 2
Platform(s) Wii
Release date(s)
  • JP October 13, 2011
Genre(s) Music, Rhythm, Dance
Mode(s) Single player, 8-Multiplayer Support
Distribution Wii Optical Disc

Just Dance Wii is the first game of the Japanese edition of the Just Dance video game series for the Wii.[1] This edition was published and edited by Nintendo, but developed by Ubisoft Paris and Ubisoft Bucharest as a third-party developer, with the song list featuring popular J-Pop songs to cater to the Japanese audience, with most popular Western songs from Just Dance 2, one song from Just Dance: Summer Party and two songs from the first Just Dance. This version is based on Just Dance 2. All the features such as "Just Sweat", "Medley", "Non-Stop Shuffle" are present, except the online shop. It was released in Japan on October 13, 2011, and is the first official entry for the Just Dance series in the Japanese market. Oddly enough, the game contains different languages other than just Japanese, some of them include Spanish, English, Hawaiian, and French. These languages can only be accessed with hacks.

Track listing[edit]

The game contains 28 music tracks.

Song Artist Difficulty Effort Year Mode Dancer(s)
"Choo Choo TRAIN" Exile 2 3 2008 Duet ♂/♂
"Cutie Honey" Kumi Koda 2 1 2004 Solo
"Dagomba" (3D)/(G)/(2)/(4D) Sorcerer 2 3 2003 Solo
"Heavy Rotation" AKB48 3 2 2010 Duet ♀/♀
"Hot Stuff" (2) Donna Summer 2 1 1979 Duet ♀/♂
"Jump in the Line (Shake, Senora)" (3D)/(2) Harry Belafonte 3 2 1961 Duet ♀/♂
"Jumping" Kara 2 1 2010 Solo
"Just Mario" (U)/(3D) Ubisoft Meets Nintendo 1 3 2011 Solo ♂ (Mario)
"Katti Kalandal" (3D)/(G)/(2) Bollywood 2 2 1980 Duet ♀/♂
"Kimi ni Bump" Ketsumeishi 2 2 2004 Duet ♀/♂
"Koi no Dial 6700" Dream5 1 1 2011 Solo
"Mickey (Hawaii Version)" Gorie with Jasmine and Joann 1 3 2003 Solo
"Mister" Kara 2 2 2010 Solo
"Rasputin" (2)/(3D) Boney M 3 3 1978 Solo
"Ren'ai Revolution 21" Morning Musume 3 3 2000 Duet ♀/♀
"One Night Carnival" Kishidan 1 2 2007 Solo
"S.O.S." (2) Rihanna 3 2 2006 Solo
"Sexy Girl" Namie Amuro 2 1 2006 Solo
"survival dAnce 〜no no cry more〜" TRF 2 3 1994 Solo
"Toxic"*/(3D)/(G)/(2) Britney Spears (The Hit Crew) 3 1 2004 Solo
"U Can't Touch This" (3D)/(G)/(1) MC Hammer 1 (2) 1 (3) 1990 Solo
"UFO" Pink Lady 2 2 1977 Solo
"Valenti" BoA 2 1 2002 Solo
"Wannabe" (1) Spice Girls 1 1 (2) 1996 Solo
"Why (Keep Your Head Down)"* TVXQ (Tohou Shinki) 3 2 2011 Solo
"Won't Be Long" Exile and Kumi Koda 1 1 2006 Duet ♂/♀
"You Can't Hurry Love" (2D) The Supremes 2 2 1966 Duet ♀/♀
  • A "*" indicates that the song is a cover version, not the original.
  • A "(1)" indicates that the song was originally on Just Dance.
  • A "(2)" indicates that the song was originally on Just Dance 2.
  • A "(G)" indicates that the song is also on Just Dance: Best Of / Just Dance: Greatest Hits.
  • A "(2D)" indicates that the song is also a DLC on Just Dance 2.
  • A "(3D)" indicates that the song is also a DLC on Just Dance 3.
  • A "(4D)" indicates that the song is also a DLC on Just Dance 4.
  • A "(U)" indicates that the song is locked in the game. To unlock it, you must play every song in the game.
  • A "()" indicates that the song is the difficulty and effort on the original game.

According to Media Create, as of March 11, 2012, the game sold 560,301 copies in Japan.[2]

Other releases[edit]