Saturday, May 21, 2011

Just Dance Attempt #2

If you haven't had the opportunity to play Just Dance 2, you are missing out! A few months ago I tried playing it on the wii with some of my friends, and since I was injured at the time, I think I did not meet my full "Just Dance" potential. Aka-- I sucked and got beat every time.

Still, the game is a blast as you pick a different song which has a different corresponding dance to it which you try to simulate as you play another player. It is a great workout and is so much fun at the same time! Last night we decided to have round 2 and I thought it was redemption time.  Redemption was made as a I won several rounds. Yeah Yeah!

Phoenix and Amanda


Mitch was such a sport and tried it out with us girls

Phoenix and I

 In the beginning, we reverted back to 8th grade when the girls were all upstairs playing and the guys downstairs refusing to join us. We finally went down to try to persuade the guys to play.
Nick and Walker

twins! Matt and Nick
 The guys (other than Mitch as you saw previously) were very reluctant until we had some of this...
Our bartender OJ

 Thin Mint Shots-delish!
Peppermint Schnapps
Half and Half
Hershey's Syrup
Girl Scout amazing-ness!!

 It only took a few shots before this happened:

Of course us girls still dominated, but it was hilarious to see the guys attempt to beat us. They were good sports. Maybe next time guys.

1 comment:

  1. The original Just Dance was the first dance video game to feature "real moves" to popular music. Before it, dance games were basically exercises in timing--stomping your feet on a mat or moving your hands to match an on-screen pattern. But with Just Dance, you weren't just playing a video game: you were learning real dance moves that you could take anywhere. And as you played the game over and over, you got a great workout without even knowing it. The game was a smash success, selling over 4 million copies worldwide. The game wasn't without its faults though, the biggest of which was the accuracy of the motion control. Even if you did the moves perfectly, sometimes the system wouldn't register them.