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You Can Dance Along To The Angry Birds Theme In Just Dance 2016

If you are a fan of the Angry Birds franchise and love Just Dance then your dreams may just come true. Yes, you can now dance happily along to the Angry Birds theme in the latest entry in Ubisoft’s wildly popular Just Dance franchise. Just Dance 2016 is coming to the Wii U on October 20th and promises to be a blast if you like your dance orientated titles.

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    1. Dance to this garbage? this is music to suicide to. Fault, you’re right, Fits the market it’s aimed at…all casuals die…or at the very least, get the fuck out of our hobby…theyve ruined it all!

      1. Nintendo caters to casual gamers ALL the time. If you don’t like casual gamers then you like the wrong platform.

    1. You say you don’t have a Wii U and apparently said it sucks but have a Wii U exclusive video game character as your avatar….

  1. I really don’t understand the appeal of Just Dance. I’ve played it, but I also played Dance Central (which is an XBOX Kinect exclusive title) and it’s a far better experience. The dance moves feel real and like actual dances rather than flailing around your arms. Sure Kinect gives you more control than the Wii remote, but I played it on Wii and Kinect and the Kinect didn’t make it any more or less fun. It’s just bland in comparison. “Gangnam Style” on Dance Central actually had the real dance moves. But any songs on Just Dance had silly senseless flailing that felt geared towards the Wii remote and nothing else. Yeah, I get you need to work with that remote but could we TRY and make the moves seem realistic? Watch just a little of the Angry Birds video and you’ll see what I mean. They’re just waving their arms up and then down and then up and then down. Oh, and then we bump into each other! WOOO! Angry Birds itself is fine, but this just makes the brand seem like a joke. I don’t even think the most die hard fans give a crap about dancing to the theme song.

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