Just Dance 4 is a music game developed and published by Ubisoft. It is the fourth main installment of the Just Dance series and was released on October 9, 2012. A sequel was released in October 2013 titled Just Dance 2014.
The game received positive reviews from critics upon release.
Gameplay remains similar to previous entries in the series, as players are judged on their ability to mimic on-screen dancers performing a routine to a chosen song. New features in include dance battle routines, expansions to its Just Sweat mode, unlockable bonus routines for songs, and a "Puppet Master" mode exclusive to the Wii U version, which allows a player to use the Wii U's controller to serve as a "Master" to manipulate the routine and visuals. Previous additional modes (Simon Says Mode, Playlists, Medley, Speed-Shuffle, Just Create, and 8-Player) have been dropped. Additionally, the "On Fire" motive (from mostly Goods and Perfects in a row) and effort ratings have been removed, leaving only difficulty ratings. The outfits and hairstyles of the dancers are now colored in a realistic style, rather than just solid colors.
Players have "Dance Quests", six missions for each song, that can be completed. Each quest nets the player Mojo points. Downloadable songs do not have dance quests. Players can also create "Dancer Cards", which can display their favorite songs, best scores, challenges, and more. Personal leaderboards are also available for the Wii version of the game.
There are over 50 music tracks in Just Dance 4.
|1. JUST DANCE 4 HILARITY!|
2. JUST DANCE REMATCH
|1. FULL DIRTY DANCING w/ IAN & LASERCORN|
2. JUST DANCE BATTLE