Just Dance: Summer Party

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Just Dance: Summer Party
Developer(s) Ubisoft Paris
Publisher(s) Ubisoft
Series Just Dance
Platform(s) Wii
Release
  • NA: July 19, 2011
  • EU: July 17, 2011
Genre(s) Rhythm
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer

Just Dance: Summer Party (Just Dance 2: Extra Songs in Europe) is a game that features all of the DLC and Best Buy exclusive songs from Just Dance 2 (except for "It's Not Unusual", "Crazy Christmas", "Spice Up Your Life", "Come on Eileen", and "Should I Stay or Should I Go"). It was released on July 17, 2011 in Europe and July 19, 2011 in North America.

Note: There is an error on the cover in the NTSC region, "Should I Stay or Should I Go" is on the cover although the song is not featured in the game, and the PAL region cover has "It's Not Unusual".

Gameplay[edit]

As like Just Dance and Just Dance 2, up to four players can play to mirror on-screen dance choreography from over 20 songs, as they are judged on their ability to follow a dance routine to a chosen song. The different modes are all as the same as Just Dance 2, the "Classic", "Duets", "Simon Says", "Race", "4 Of a Kind", and the "Just Sweat Mode". Along the game's track list are the DLC, and Best Buy exclusives from Just Dance 2, except "It's Not Unusual", "Crazy Christmas", "Spice Up Your Life", "Come on Eileen", and "Should I Stay or Should I Go".

Track listing[edit]

The game contains 30 music tracks, all from the downloadable content and Best Buy exclusives of Just Dance 2, except the aforementioned songs.

Song Artist Difficulty Effort Year Mode Dancer(s)
"American Boy" Estelle feat. Kanye West 2 1 2008 Duet ♂/♀
"Barbie Girl"*/(G) Aqua (Countdown Dee's Mix Explosion) 1 3 1997 Duet ♀/♂
"Born to Be Wild" Steppenwolf 1 2 1968 Solo
"Chicken Payback" A Band of Bees 1 1 2004 Solo
"Crying Blood" V V Brown 2 2 2008 Solo
"Down by the Riverside" (3DLC)/(G) The Reverend Horatio Duncan and Amos Sweets 2 1 1927 Solo
"Firework" (G) Katy Perry 1 2 2010 Solo
"Funkytown"*/(BBE2)/(K) Lipps Inc. (Sweat Invaders) 1 1 1980 Solo
"Futebol Crazy" (3DLC)/(G) The World Cup Girls 1 2 2003 Solo
"Here Comes the Hotstepper"* Ini Kamoze (The Hit Crew) 2 2 1995 Solo
"Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" (G)/(BBE2) A. R. Rahman and The Pussycat Dolls feat. Nicole Scherzinger 2 2 2009 Solo
"Kung Fu Fighting" (Doug Ruffy/Mark Wallis Remix) (G)/(K) Carl Douglas 2 2 1974 Duet ♂/♂
"Mambo No. 5"**/(G) Lou Bega (The Lemon Cubes) 3 2 1999 Duet ♂/♀
"Maniac"* Michael Sembello (Studio Allstars) 2 3 1983 Solo
"Moving on Up"** M People (The Lemon Cubes) 1 2 1993 Solo
"Nine in the Afternoon" Panic! at the Disco 1 1 2008 Duet ♀/♂
"Pon de Replay" (G) Rihanna 2 2 2005 Solo
"Professor Pumplestickle" (3DLC)/(4DLC) Nick Phoenix and Thomas J. Bergersen 3 1 1826 Duet ♂/♂
"Pump Up the Volume" MARRS 2 2 1987 Solo
"Skin-To-Skin" (3DLC) Sweat Invaders 1 3 1992 Solo
"Song 2" (K2) Blur 2 2 1997 Solo ♂-♀-♂
"Why Oh Why" (3DLC) Love Letter 1 1 1984 Duet ♀/♂
"You Can't Hurry Love" (J) The Supremes 2 2 1966 Duet ♀/♀
  • A "*" indicates that it is a cover version, not the original.
  • A "**" indicates that the song is the original version if purchased as DLC, but is a cover version in this game.
  • A "(K)" indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Kids.
  • A "(K2)" indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Kids 2.
  • A "(J)" indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Wii.
  • A "(G)" indicates that the song is also on Just Dance: Best Of/Just Dance: Greatest Hits.
  • A "(3DLC)" indicates that the song is also a DLC in Just Dance 3.
  • A "(4DLC)" indicates that the song is also a DLC in Just Dance 4.
  • "()" brackets indicate what the name of the cover artist is for that song.
  • A "BBE2" indicates that the song is an exclusive and no DLC.

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External links[edit]

  1. ICT2016

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