When the current generation of consoles were released the Wii opened up a wide range of new gaming possibilities for gamers, something Sony with Move and Microsoft using Kinect have since looked to capitalise on. For as long as gaming has been around we have had repetitive or timed gameplay which became extremely popular most recently with the Guitar Hero franchise but the ability to "be the controller" brought us into that new realm. Game developers could make us more active, more involved and while initial games were about sports and fitness it wasn't long before dance based titles were hitting the market.
Just Dance (for Wii) was one of the first games to take the idea which had become so popular with Dance Dance Revolution in the 90s and bring it up to date. Huge sales followed, along with sequels and competitors before the franchise moved to multiple platforms in Just Dance 3.
Now in its fourth main iteration the Just Dance series looks to offer a definitive dance and fitness game for 360, PS3 and Wii.
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