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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.
THAT SAID. I can at least see where the appeal lies. Namely, with the kind of parents who film videos like this and upload them to YouTube.
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS VIDEO YET?!?! [Just Dance @ Facebook]
A common complaint amongst third-party publishers is that the only games which sell well on Nintendo consoles are Nintendo games. Which is mostly true! Unless you’re Ubisoft.
It’s been revealed that the single biggest-selling third-party game on the Wii is now (and is likely to remain, given the console’s impending replacement) Ubisoft’s Just Dance 2, which alone has sold 14 million copies.
You can see it in action up top. If you could choose only one story that would up the lifetime of the Nintendo Wii, I would hope this would be it.
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”.
Anime Otakus, Trekkies and comic fans have a little extra to look forward to at Comic-Con International in San Diego later this month as Ubisoft plans to showcase their upcoming titles.