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Just Dance: Best Of is the PAL Wii version of Just Dance: Greatest Hits. This game features fewer songs than Greatest Hits, but has some songs that Greatest Hits lacks. Like Greatest Hits, the game runs on the same mechanics used in Just Dance 3.
- A "*" indicates that the song is covered in the game.
- A "#" indicates that the song’s difficulty and/or effort levels have been altered from the original game.
|Firework#||Katy Perry||3||3||2010||Solo||Just Dance 2 (DLC)|
|Only Girl (In the World)||Rihanna||2||2||2010||Solo||Just Dance 3 (Target Exclusive)|
|Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended)||Benny Benassi presents "The Biz"||1||1||2003||Solo||Just Dance 2|
(Countdown Dee's Hit Explosion)
|1||3||1997||Duet||Just Dance 2 (DLC)|
|I Like to Move It (Radio Mix)*||Reel 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman
|U Can't Touch This*||MC Hammer
|Move Your Feet||Junior Senior||3||3||2003||Solo||Just Dance 2|
|Cosmic Girl||Jamiroquai||1||2||1996||Solo||Just Dance 2|
|Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of Monika)||Lou Bega
(incorrectly credited as The Lemon Cubes)
|3||2||1999||Duet||Just Dance 2 (DLC)|
|Baby Girl||Reggaeton||3||2||2009||Solo||Just Dance 2|
|Airplanes||B.o.B feat. Hayley Williams||1||1||2010||Solo||Just Dance 3 (Target Exclusive)|
|Baby Don't Stop Now||Anja||2||1||2011||Solo||Just Dance 3 (PS3, DLC for Wii)|
(In The Style of Irene Cara)
|Futebol Crazy||The World Cup Girls||1||2||2009||Solo||Just Dance 2 (DLC)|
|Acceptable in the 80s#||Calvin Harris||2||2||2007||Solo||Just Dance|
|Hey Ya!||Outkast||3||3||2003||Solo||Just Dance 2|
(The Hit Crew)
|3||1||2004||Solo||Just Dance 2|
|Rasputin||Boney M.||3||3||1978||Solo||Just Dance 2|
|Katti Kalandal||Bollywood||2||2||2000||Duet||Just Dance 2|
|Jai Ho (You Are My Destiny)||A. R. Rahman and The Pussycat Dolls ft. Nicole Scherzinger||2||2||2009||Solo||Just Dance 2 (Best Buy Exclusive)|
|Dagomba||Sorcerer||2||3||2003||Solo||Just Dance 2|
|Alright||Supergrass||2||2||1995||Duet||Just Dance 2|
|Kung Fu Fighting (Dave Ruffy / Mark Wallis Remix)||Carl Douglas||2||2||1974||Duet||Just Dance 2 (DLC)|
|Mugsy Baloney||Charleston||3||2||1924||Duet||Just Dance 2|
|Down By The Riverside||The Reverend Horatio Duncan and Amos Sweets||2||1||1927||Solo||Just Dance 2 (DLC)|
- The artist for Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of Monika) is credited as "The Lemon Cubes" (like in Just Dance: Summer Party, but the version that is actually used in-game is Lou Bega’s version from Just Dance 2.
- As with Greatest Hits, no Dance Crew routines are featured in the game, due to the fact that the game only features songs from Just Dance and Just Dance 2, along with 3 Solo from Just Dance 3.
- I Like To Move It uses the cover version by Groove Century, but the artist is mistakenly credited as "Reel 2 Reel feat. The Mad Stuntman" in-game.
- By looking closely at the box art, P2 from Barbie Girl can be seen all the way in the background.
- When the player inputs Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left Right on the menu, a pop-up message will say that the Extreme routine for Barbra Streisand has been unlocked, in spite of it not being available.
- This could happen because the game runs on Just Dance 3’s engine.
- In the manual, instructions on how to download content and move it to the SD card are provided, even though no downloadable content is available in the game.
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