Just Dance 2020 introductionTime: Jun. 10, 2020
If you've owned the Nintendo Switch, you've probably been looking for a copy of Ring Fit Adventure for some time. With today's world, we are all looking for a way to stay active indoors, and video games have become the common method.
Just Dance has been around since 2009, making it the eleventh main entry in the franchise. The Just Dance series generally complains about the majority of gamers these days, as it is published annually and focuses on casual gamers. However, ignoring group skills is a mistake.
Unfortunately, it's a bit of a mix with Just Dance 2020. There are some great songs right now, but not many classics, and what's here isn't from the original artists.
Just Dance 2020 relies heavily on Just Dance Unlimited, a subscription service that collects almost every song from previous Just Dance games.
You will be surprised how difficult it is to follow the virtual dancer and do the same movements. None of them is that simple, and they all require you to sit down after a few dances.
This concentration is made more evident by the sweat mode, which essentially turns Just Dance into training by counting the calories you lose. The most important thing in this case is how easy it is to play Just Dance. All you need is a Joy-Con or a phone and you're ready to go.
Just Dance 2020 is a fantastic board game, great training and much more accessible than some of the other options on the market.