We love a game of Just Dance, here at Everybody Plays, having clocked up over two solid days of playtime across Just Dance 1, 2 and 3 but maybe, you've found going back to the original game doesn't seem *quite* as good any more, what with the major overhaul the third game had? And maybe, you really want to play some of those old favourites again, but don't want to keep having to swap the discs around? And while you can download some classic songs from the Just Dance 3 store. Maybe your favourite song of old hasn't resurfaced yet?
Thankfully, Ubisoft have heard your calls and are coming out with Just Dance: Best Of, which as the title suggests, is packed with the cream of the crop of songs from their previous games, Just Dance, Just Dance 2 and Just Dance: Extra Songs. So far only ten songs have been announced so far, out of the twenty-five songs said to be on the disc:
There's a couple of hits from the original Just Dance game:
I Like to Move It (Radio Mix) - Reel 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman
U Can't Touch This MC Hammer
A fair few from the sequel Just Dance 2:
Hey Ya! Outkast
Rasputin - Boney M.
Firework - Katy Perry
Cosmic Girl Jamiroquai
Kung Fu Fighting (Dave Ruffy / Mark Wallis Remix) - Carl Douglas
Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended) - Benny Benassi presents The Biz
And a couple of brand-new, never-on-a-Just-Dance-game-before tracks:
Only Girl (In The World) Rihanna
Airplanes - B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore
With another fifteen tracks still to be announced, make sure you keep checking back before Just Dance: Best Of hits stores on the 29th of March this year although there's no word on price yet, bar a non-committal attractive price in the press release. Considering it doesn't have much in the way of new songs, we're hoping it'll be less than the other Just Dance games but we'll have to wait and see.