Mixed or average reviews - based on 15 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 15
  2. Negative: 0 out of 15
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  1. Feb 15, 2022
    Just Dance 2022 brings with it the revamp players have been waiting for in choreography and scenarios to make the experience of the title much more enjoyable and to justify itself as a true sequel to the Just Dance franchise. The party is guaranteed to be on for buyers of the game.
  2. Nov 15, 2021
    While the Just Dance series reek of a yearly subscription based model, it still is a lot of fun, especially with the bops released in the year to date. Can't beat dancing to your hearts content with your friends and family in this wholesome and colorful game.
  3. Nov 4, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 is a dance without a revolution, but what a dance, ladies and gentlemen. Strengthened by a sensational line-up that ranges from the old glories of the past to the new stars of the present (even virtual ones), the last chapter of the series focuses on the quality of the selected pieces and on choreographies of indisputable specific weight. The various levels of difficulty ensure an experience within everyone's reach.
  4. Nov 3, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 offers us again hours and hours of dancing with new songs and visual effects that join the songs that Ubisoft has already included in previous games. However, as you may have noticed, the news in relation to game mechanics and modes are practically non-existent.
  5. Nov 3, 2021
    There’s no doubt that Just Dance 2022 has fallen into some of the traps of other annual games by not making it feel like a total makeover, but once you feel the quality of the choreography and see the improved visuals, you can’t deny that Ubisoft is still trying to deliver an exceptional product where it counts: the dancing and song selection. Even as one who is slightly out of touch with current hits, most of them successfully motivate me to get off my butt and start dancing.
  6. Nov 3, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 comes back with a variety of interesting tracks and manages to entertain everyone.
  7. Nov 3, 2021
    A nice 2022 iteration with few new features and a very good selection of songs.
  8. Jan 24, 2022
    Just Dance 2022 brings established modes and a good playlist of songs for your party, but it lacks any new features.
  9. Nov 8, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 is here: are you ready to dance again with friends?
  10. Nov 14, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 has worked really hard to add several fun choreographies and a rich and varied song selection: these efforts will certainly be appreciated by the long-time fans of the series.
  11. Nov 6, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 comes to the Nintendo Switch with new game modes and improvements to its graphics and sound quality. Unfortunately, it does not add anything new to its already well-known formula. To make matters worse, its track selection will feel too limited if you do not plan on paying for the Just Dance Unlimited subscription.
  12. Nov 9, 2021
    The modern dance visuals and the addition of popular songs in Just Dance 2022 will likely appeal to longtime fans of the game; however, those who are new to the series may want to opt for a version a few years older, and purchase the Just Dance Unlimited subscription instead, to save money and learn gameplay with songs that have easier dance moves. While unlikely at this time, the option to permanently purchase past songs as DLC would be a big benefit for Just Dance 2022, allowing players to pay a one-time fee for their favorite songs, rather than a monthly steep monthly cost for songs that may not get played.
  13. Nov 8, 2021
    Make no mistake. Just Dance 2022 is Just Dance 2021 (and 2020, and 2019) all over again. Also, make no mistake, this remains tons of fun. Sure, nothing has really changed, but if it ain't broke, why fix it. Sadly, while there has been a pretty strong improvement on the visual front, with the people behind this experimenting way more with the videos and the choreography, the soundtrack is one of the least impressive in the franchise.
  14. Nov 5, 2021
    Just Dance 2022 is okay. It's more of the same with some cool new tracks, a slick and smooth experience overall that plays it safe and works just fine as a result. However, it also constantly pushes its subscription service and ends up feeling a little convoluted and tacky as it spends more time flogging tracks you don't own over letting you enjoy the ones included with the base game. Fans of the series — or anyone who's just danced to even a single track from the series — will know exactly what they're getting here, but newcomers should be aware that they'll need to fork out more cash after buying the game in order to enjoy the full experience.
  15. Dec 7, 2021
    The new songs are pretty nice, but everything else is more of the same. Also, if you really want to gain access to the whole game you have to subscribe to Just Dance Unlimited. Get it on sale.
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 18 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 18
  2. Negative: 7 out of 18
  1. Dec 13, 2021
    just dance 2022 is an enjoyable installment of the ubisoft dance saga, a magnificent songlist in all its aspects, but with the lack of new andjust dance 2022 is an enjoyable installment of the ubisoft dance saga, a magnificent songlist in all its aspects, but with the lack of new and innovative game modes as its predecessors of yesteryear did. great benefit to the replayability of this title Full Review »
  2. Nov 16, 2021
    The creative developers at Ubisoft have absolutely outdone themselves this year in terms of visual effects, song choices, and choreographies.The creative developers at Ubisoft have absolutely outdone themselves this year in terms of visual effects, song choices, and choreographies. Many Just Dance fans' prayers have been answered through the inclusion of several tracks that have been requested for years, especially fans of K-pop, who are able to dance to four new K-pop songs with their "official choreographies". However, in terms of modes and features that lie outside of the main game, the exact opposite is true. Those who have played the previous Just Dance entry, Just Dance 2021, will be quick to notice that the user interface has remained identical. In fact, it has not changed at all since its initial use in Just Dance 2019. Furthermore, there appears to be a lack of new gameplay modes within this installment, nor do modes introduced in previous games make a reappearance, such as Mash-Ups or Battle mode. Existing game modes, such as the World Dance Floor and Quick Play mode, are left completely unchanged. It's also worth noting that the Kids mode, which has become a staple of the games since the 2018 entry, has not been updated either. Instead, dance routines created for earlier versions of Kids mode are simply reused. Another feature making a return is the gift machine, in which one can spend 150 coins, a reward gained by leveling up, to unlock various profile customization options such as avatars, skins, and titles, which are merely cosmetic. In previous entries, alternative dances to certain songs were available as a reward from the gift machine, but now, one must simply get a high enough score on those songs or play them enough times to unlock the alternatives. If you don't really care about what your profile (or "Dancer Card" as it is called in game) looks like, there's really no point.
    The absence of fresh content within the Just Dance series has caused the new games themselves to become somewhat stale, as the only thing that is truly "new" about them nowadays is the selection of approximately forty songs included with the game (along with the alternative dances). Sure, practicing to get every last "perfect" on the extreme dances and competing against others online for the best score is fun for a while, but once you have eventually mastered each dance and had your fun, you are left with little incentive to continue playing, that is, unless you purchase the Just Dance Unlimited subscription service, which the game reminds you of quite constantly. In my opinion, though, paying the yearly subscription (even only once) for the vast catalog of songs from previous entries is a pretty decent deal, especially for those who feel nostalgia for the previous games or for newcomers who wish to have that experience for the very first time. There is also a collection of songs that are exclusive to the service and are not present in any previous games, which may be pretty irresistible for hardcore fans looking for everything Just Dance has to offer. Really, that's about all there is to Just Dance 2022.
    Just Dance 2022 offers some of the most high-quality and creative visuals and choreographies ever seen in the Just Dance franchise, but those looking forward to new features, a fresh user interface, or different game modes will sadly be out of luck.
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  3. Nov 16, 2021
    They worked to improve the game with more than just new songs each year, but in my opinion it was not cool.
    The movements are way more
    They worked to improve the game with more than just new songs each year, but in my opinion it was not cool.
    The movements are way more difficult than the previous games, even in the easy songs, sometimes it's impossible to follow, but to compensate they made it easier to get 5 stars. Sometimes i got lost in a big part of the dance but yet was able to get 5 stars.
    They improved the graphics in a few songs, not in all, and I felt some of the new avatars kind of awkward.
    Alse the new songs did not excite me at all.
    I rather stay with the 3 old ones, coller songs and smoother dance moves.
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