Just Dance 2 is a dance game developed and published by Ubisoft. It is the second installment in the series. The game was released on October 12, 2010 in the NTSC region, October 14, 2010 in the PAL region, and December 8, 2011 in Korea for the Wii.
- 1 Gameplay
- 2 Covers
- 3 Track List
- 4 Downloadable Content
- 5 Contest Winners
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 Videos
- 9 References
- 10 Site Navigation
The concept of the game remains from the previous Just Dance installment, with players mimicking the dance moves of on-screen dancers for a score. There are four new dance modes, including 'Just Dance Mode' where players can get together and dance for an unlimited duration, "Non-Stop Shuffle" where the gameplay is nonstop, and "Medleys" which include 5 short pieces of different songs which are mixed together.
"Duets" allow for players on the same console to dance together. "Dance Battle Mode" is a team mode that features up to 8 players support. "Just Sweat" is an exercise focused mode which sets objectives based around completing dance sessions.
Here is the list of the 48 original songs. 3 of them are exclusive routines and 1 is a Warm Up routine.
- An asterisk (*) indicates that the song is covered in-game.
- A █ indicates that the song is playable on the demo version.
- A (WU) indicates that the song is a Warm-Up routine.
- A (BBE) indicates that the song is featured in the Best Buy Exclusive Edition of the game, which is only in the NTSC region.
- An (XSP) indicates that this song is not available on Just Dance: Summer Party/Extra Songs.
|It's Raining Men||The Weather Girls||2||3||1983||3:52||Solo|
|I Got You (I Feel Good)||James Brown||2||2||1965||2:48||Solo|
|When I Grow Up||The Pussycat Dolls||2||1||2008||4:05||Solo|
(The Hit Crew)
|Move Your Feet||Junior Senior||3||3||2002||3:01||Solo|
|Proud Mary||Creedence Clearwater Revival (Ike and Tina Turner)||2||3||1969||3:59||Solo|
|Hot Stuff||Donna Summer||2||1||1979||3:32||Duet|
|Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)||MIKA||1||2||2007||4:08||Solo|
|I Want You Back||The Jackson 5||2||1||1971||2:57||Solo|
|Iko Iko||Mardi Gras||1||2||1953||2:37||Solo|
(The Hit Crew)
|Sway (Quién Será)*||Michael Bublé
|Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended)||Benny Benassi presents "The Biz"||1||1||2002||4:46||Solo|
|Jungle Boogie*||Kool & the Gang
|Crazy in Love*||Beyoncé ft. Jay-Z
|Soul Bossa Nova||Quincy Jones and His Orchestra||1||1||1962||2:48||Duet|
|Sympathy for the Devil (Fatboy Slim Remix)||The Rolling Stones||1||1||1968||4:16||Solo|
|Jump in the Line||Harry Belafonte||3||2||1961||3:43||Duet|
|Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go||Wham!||1||2||1984||3:50||Solo|
|Walk Like an Egyptian||The Bangles||2||2||1986||3:24||Solo|
|Monster Mash*||Boris Pickett and The Crypt-kickers
|Take Me Out||Franz Ferdinand||2||2||2004||3:57||Solo|
|That's Not My Name||The Ting Tings||2||1||2008||3:46||Solo|
|The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s in His Kiss)||Cher||2||2||1990||2:52||Duet|
|Body Movin' (Fatboy Slim Remix)||Beastie Boys||1||3||1998||4:08||Solo|
|Viva Las Vegas||Elvis Presley||2||2||1964||2:22||Solo|
|Rockafeller Skank||Fatboy Slim||3||3||1998||3:58||Solo|
|Should I Stay or Should I Go (BBE) (XSP)||The Clash||1||2||1982||3:06||Solo|
|Funkytown* (BBE)||Lipps Inc.
|Jai Ho (You Are My Destiny) (BBE)||A. R. Rahman and The Pussycat Dolls ft. Nicole Scherzinger||2||2||2008||3:48||Solo|
|Cheesy Cha Cha (WU)||APM Music||N/A||N/A||2009||3:10||Solo||N/A|
- (JD3) indicates that the song was also later found in the files of Just Dance 3.
- (JD2014) indicates that the song was later featured on Just Dance 2014.
- (JD2016) indicates that the song was later featured on Just Dance 2016.
- (JD2020) indicates that the song was later featured on Just Dance 2020.
|Infernal Galop (JD2020)||Jacques Offenbach||Unknown||Unknown||1858||Unknown||Unknown|
|I Gotta Feeling (JD2016)||The Black Eyed Peas||Unknown||Unknown||2009||3:42||Unknown|
|Just Dance (JD2014)||Lady Gaga||Unknown||Unknown||2008||Unknown||Unknown|
|Let's Get It Started (JD3)||The Black Eyed Peas||Unknown||Unknown||2003||3:52||Solo|
|Smooth Criminal ||Michael Jackson||Unknown||Unknown||1987||Unknown||Unknown|
|Poker Face||Lady Gaga||Unknown||Unknown||2008||Unknown||Unknown|
|Y.M.C.A. (JD2014)||Village People||Unknown||Unknown||1978||Unknown||Unknown|
Please note that the DLC are unavailable since January 30, 2019 due to the discontinuation of the Wii Shop Channel. The ability to get Wii points was removed on March 30, 2018.
- * - Covered
- An (F) indicates that this DLC is a free download.
- An (XF) indicates that this DLC is no longer available as a free download.
- An (XSP) indicates that this song will not be available on Just Dance: Summer Party/Extra Songs.
- Every DLC (except for Firework, which is free) costs 300 Wii Points.
|Firework (F)||Katy Perry||1||2||2010||Solo||October 12, 2010|
|Pon de Replay||Rihanna||2||2||2005||Solo||October 12, 2010|
(Countdown Dee's Hit Explosion)
|1||3||1997||Duet||October 12, 2010|
|Pump Up The Volume||M/A/R/R/S||2||2||1987||Solo||October 12, 2010|
|2||3||1983||Solo||October 28, 2010|
|Born To Be Wild||Steppenwolf||1||2||1967||Solo||October 28, 2010|
|Professor Pumplestickle||Nick Phoenix and Thomas J. Bergersen||3||1||2006||Duet||October 28, 2010|
|Crying Blood||V V Brown||2||2||2008||Solo||October 28, 2010|
|Down By The Riverside||The Reverend Horatio Duncan and Amos Sweets||2||1||1927||Solo||November 26, 2010|
|Futebol Crazy||The World Cup Girls||1||2||2010||Solo||November 26, 2010|
|Kung Fu Fighting||Carl Douglas||2||2||1974||Duet||December 18, 2010|
|Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of Monika)||Lou Bega||3||2||1999||Duet||December 18, 2010|
|Nine In The Afternoon||Panic! at the Disco||1||1||2008||Duet||December 18, 2010|
|It's Not Unusual (XSP)||Tom Jones||2||2||1965||Solo||December 18, 2010|
|Chicken Payback||A Band of Bees||1||1||2004||Solo||December 18, 2010|
|Crazy Christmas (XF) (XSP)||Santa Clones||2||3||2010||Solo||December 18, 2010|
|Skin-To-Skin||Sweat Invaders||1||3||2010||Solo||January 16, 2011|
|You Can't Hurry Love||The Supremes||2||2||1966||Duet||February 11, 2011|
|Why Oh Why||Love Letter||1||1||2010||Duet||February 11, 2011|
|American Boy||Estelle feat. Kanye West||2||1||2008||Duet||February 11, 2011|
|Come On Eileen (XSP)||Dexy's Midnight Runners||3||3||1982||Duet||March 17, 2011|
|Song 2||Blur||2||2||1997||Solo||March 17, 2011|
|Spice Up Your Life (XSP)||Spice Girls||3||3||1997||Duet||March 17, 2011|
|Here Comes the Hotstepper* (XF)||Ini Kamoze
(The Hit Crew)
|2||2||1995||Solo||April 15, 2011|
|Moving on Up||M People||1||2||1993||Solo||June 2, 2011|
|When I Grow Up||The Pussycat Dolls||Contest (Sam - France)|
|Contest (Liana - USA)|
|Contest (Mandy - UK)|
- This game was the best-selling third-party Wii game.
- This is the last game in the series to only be available for the Wii (excluding Just Dance: Summer Party). Just Dance 3 opened compatibility to Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, Just Dance 4 to the Wii U, Just Dance 2014 to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Just Dance 2017 to the Nintendo Switch and PC, Just Dance 2020 to Google Stadia, and Just Dance 2021 to the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
- If Just Dance 2 kept its original ESRB rating, it would have been the first game in the main series to be rated E. It would have been followed by Just Dance 2019 and Just Dance 2021.
- Just Dance 2 was the first game in the series to be nominated for Favorite Video Game at the Kids Choice Awards.
- Just Dance 2 is the first game in the series to have a Korean edition.
- Just Dance 2 is the first game in the series to have in-game coaches be depicted on the NTSC game case.
- Just Dance 2 is the first game to feature downloadable tracks, alternate routines, and duets.
- Just Dance 2 is the first game to have the squares cropped into a different shape (in this case, a circle). It is followed by Just Dance 3 (which did the same thing), the Wii, Wii U, and PS3 versions of Just Dance 4 (cropping the squares into a "D" shape), and the eighth generation versions of Just Dance 2018 (which crop the squares into super ellipses).
- Just Dance 2 is the first game with Gold Moves. In the previous Just Dance installment, the moves with bonus points exist as Shake Moves.
- This is the only game in the series where, in duet routines, the lyrics are displayed at the bottom center and the pictograms slide from both sides of the screen.
- This is the first game in the series to have store-exclusive songs. It is later followed by Just Dance 3.
- If the player gets 5 stars on every song, the home screen will show up having a yellow background and have star shapes appear. This feature later reappeared on Just Dance 3.
- A player cannot choose which coach to follow in a Duet; the people holding onto the first and third Wii remotes will have to play as P1, while the people holding onto the second and fourth Wii remotes will have to play as P2.
- However, in the presence of two Wii remotes, one can connect them to the Wii, and then disconnect P1’s Wii remote, allowing play as P2.
- This also occurred on Just Dance: Summer Party.
- Firework is the only mainstream song from the 2010’s to be featured in the game when it came out.
- As of January 31, 2019, downloadable tracks will no longer be obtainable for this game due to the discontinuation of the Wii Shop Channel and Nintendo WFC Pay & Play services. The ability to add Wii Points has been removed on March 26, 2018.
- Every time a dancer does moves in the middle of the song (end of song for Rasputin and Hey Ya!) that are not counted for, the dancer gets a glow around them.
- This is the only game in the main series with no recycled DLCs.
For a full list of Just Dance 2's beta elements, see Just Dance 2/Beta Elements.
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