Voez has been updated with even more great content, and for those who’ve yet to pick up the full game comes a demo. It’s time to get your rhythm on, whatever your purchase status is!
It looks like we’ll be tapping along to the beat in just over two months.
Nintendo Switch is included in the primary release of Just Dance 2018, and we’ve got an E3 trailer and some details to share about this new iteration.
Ah, Voez. It’s probably one of the most valuable hidden gems of the Switch’s first month, and a title that may have even been overlooked by music and rhythm fanatics as well. It doesn’t have a fancy name, and it’s not coming from some renowned series, but it is made by some of the greats of the genre. Coming our way via Rayark (the people behind Cytus and Deemo), you can trust that you’re in for something of a treat.
As someone who was overactive as a kid, I can appreciate what Just Dance 2017 is bringing to the table as much as any casual fan; an opportunity to get moving, enjoy doing it, and make a game out of the activity. That’s where Just Dance 2017 for the Nintendo Switch comes in, as it’s one of the easiest ways to jump in on this craze.
Ubisoft has released two new Just Dance 2017 trailers, and GameXplain has topped off the showcase with some gameplay footage.
It looks like rhythm-focused title Voez will be coming West after all, hitting Europe at launch – and maybe North America too.
The first portable mode only Switch title is coming to Japan at launch.
While we knew that Just Dance 2017 was coming to the Switch for quite a while already, we now have confirmation that it’ll be hitting the system day one in the West.