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The dancer is a man. He has black hair with a black beard. He wears black sunglasses, a black crewneck sweatshirt with gold sleeves and blue rhinestones, a red shirt under the sweater, dark blue jeans, and blue-grey ankle boots.
The background is shown to have many triangles. These triangles form to the sides together. Lines shoot out from the sides of the dancer and he shoots triangles.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Quickly bring your arms down in a curve.
Gold Move 2: Jump with your arms in the air, hands clasped together when the last chorus starts.
There are 5 Gold Moves in the Mashup:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Touch your left leg with your right hand with force while kicking behind. (Summer)
Gold Moves 3 and 4: Move your right hand quickly in a semi-circle going to the right. (Summer)
Gold Move 5: Put your arms behind your head in frustration while turning half clockwise. This is the last move of the routine. (I Love It)
Blame has a Mashup with the theme Sunglasses which can be unlocked for 1000 Mojo Coins on eighth-generation consoles and with 20 Mojocoins on Wii. It features dancers wearing sunglasses, or other type of eyeglasses.
- Summer (JD2015) [GM1] [GM2] [GM3] [GM4]
- Love Me Again (JD2015)
- Stadium Flow (JD2016)
- Sexy And I Know It (JD2014)
- We No Speak Americano (JD4)
- I Love It (JD2015) [GM5]
- Party Rock Anthem (JD3)
- You Make Me Feel... (JD4)
Appearances in Mashups
Blame is featured in the following Mashup:
- Boys (Summertime Love) (Best of Just Dance 2016)
- I'm An Albatraoz (Merry Go Round)
- I Gotta Feeling (Hops & Jumps)
- This is the fourth song by Calvin Harris to be on the franchise, after Acceptable in the 80s, I Need Your Love and Summer.
- This is the second song by John Newman to be on the franchise, after Love Me Again.
- Much like with I Need Your Love, Don't You Worry Child , Can't Get Enough and Lights the background tracks the movements of the song and the dancer, which is meant to give the player a feeling of power while dancing.
- An effect from ThatPOWER’s extreme version and Wild is reused when a silhouette of a dancer shoots out of the dancer.
- The dancer is featured on the PAL boxart.
- This is the first time a song by Calvin Harris has a male dancer in Classic Mode. He's also the second dancer after I Need Your Love to not wear anything green.
- Blame has a different design on his appearances on the PAL boxart. On the boxart, his glove is yellow instead of blue, his hair is brown instead of black, his beard is shaped differently, his sunglasses expose his eyes more, his shirt has buttons instead of rhinestones, and his pants are black instead of blue. This could be a beta element.
- The choreography was created by Damien Pousse.
- In the demo for Just Dance 2016, "Is that the woman next to me?" is misinterpreted as "Without the woman next to me", and "I got defense" is misinterpreted as "I got to say".
- In the E3 version of game, the line "To let her through the door" was incorrectly written as "Too little to the dawn".
- A demo version of Just Dance 2016 includes only Blame. 
- The routine has two similar moves with I Gotta Feeling.
- The dancer was teased through a silhouette posted on Facebook.
- This is the second track on Just Dance 2016 to be released on Just Dance Now, after The Choice Is Yours.
- In the Just Dance Now files, you can see that Gold Move 2 wasn'tintended to be a Gold Move.
- In Dance Quests, this song is in a cup titled "Keyboard".
- This coach appears in the icon of Dance Party, along with some other dancers from the game.
|Freischaltbare Inhalte von Uplay auf Just Dance 2016|
|Dagomba • Epic Sirtaki • Feel So Right • Isidora • Spectronizer • XMas Tree • You're On My Mind|
|Exklusive Inhalte aus Unlimited|
|Better When I’m Dancin' • Cheerleader • Smile (Улыбайся)|