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Graphics

  • Lyrics and pictograms were originally going to be in the middle.
  • In the Beta version of the game, the graphics looked different in all consoles.
  • On the Xbox 360 version, the players’ names were written in a different font and the motion cam had a white outline.
  • Duet pictograms were going to slide from different sides, like in Just Dance 2, as proven by some promotional pictures.
  • The pictograms on Wii and PS3 were going to disappear with the same fading effect as in the Xbox 360 version.[1]
    • Besides, they were semi-transparent and became in full opacity after they reached the end of the slide.[2]
  • On Wii and PS3, the animation that activates when the player earns points was represented by a simple semi-transparent bar moving from left to right, as seen in some trailers.[3]
  • By looking into the NTSC manual for Just Dance 3, it can be noticed that Lollipop and Think’s places in the menu were switched, meaning that they were originally in different places before the worldwide release.

Songs

Apache (Jump On It)

  • As seen in a trailer on Vimeo, there is a Beta pictogram with the arrow on both sides.
    • There are also three Beta pictograms in the Wii version of the Mashup.

Airplanes

  • The routine has four unused Gold Moves.

Baby One More Time

  • The coaches were going to land their jumps instead of freezing in midair.
  • The routine has an unused Pictogram.
  • The song was supposed to be a Solo female rather than an all-female Dance Crew, according to the Soundless Quiz.
    • The dancer from the beta routine also appears in the Mashup for this song, but with an altered color scheme.

Barbra Streisand

  • In the Best Buy Edition, there is a Beta picture of the dancer, with a different color scheme and longer hair.
    • On the NTSC cover, she has a different color scheme, too: her outfit is mostly in shades of purple and pink, and she wears a pair of green leggings.
  • A Beta pictogram can be found in the Just Dance Now files.

Beautiful Liar

  • The Just Dance Now files feature two unused pictograms.

Boogie Wonderland

  • The Just Dance Now files show that Gold Moves 1 and 2 (1 to 8 on Xbox 360) were not initially meant to be Gold Moves.

Boom

  • Boom had a different background, as seen in a trailer on Vimeo. It was blue with white spotted lights.
  • A Beta pictogram appears in the Just Dance Now files.

California Gurls

  • In a trailer, there is a Beta pictogram with the arrowhead on both sides.
    • In the final version of the game, there are two different pictograms to describe that move.

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

  • P2’s haircut was initially supposed to have a much bigger tuft. This was changed in the final version.

Da Funk

  • As seen in a showreel, the routine initially had a different background, which is black with neon blue intersecting lines.
  • Eight Beta pictograms can be found in the Just Dance Now files.

Dance All Nite

  • In the NTSC cover of the game, the coach’s dress has some green highlights (which are orange in the final version), and her glove is yellow.

Dare

Dynamite

  • The coaches had different color schemes: P1’s suit was red and light blue, P2’s dress was indigo, P3 had purple highlights on her dress (instead of dark blue highlights) and her feather boa was dark red, and P4’s pants were light purple.
    • A promotional image shows a different outline, more light blue on P1's suit, and a pictogram that uses the beta color scheme
    • In the original Just Dance Now pictogram sprite, there are even four Beta pictograms with two of them matching their initial color scheme, along with an unused one.

Funplex (CSS Remix)

  • Funplex (CSS Remix) was meant to be released as DLC for the Wii, but it did not happen.
    • However, in the Just Dance Now files, there is an unused menu icon that would have been used if the song had been released as DLC.

Giddy on Up (Giddy On Out)

  • Giddy on Up (Giddy on Out) has a Beta pictogram.

Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)

  • In a Vimeo trailer, the coach had a more greenish color.
  • The song has an unused Mashup in the game files.

Heart of Glass

  • Heart of Glass was initially announced to be released as DLC for the Wii, but it didn't happen.
    • However, in the Just Dance Now files, there is an unused menu icon that would have been used if the song had been released as DLC.

Hungarian Dance No. 5

  • This routine has five Beta pictograms.

I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’

  • There are seven Beta pictograms featured in the Mashup for the song.

I Was Made For Lovin’ You

  • The song has an unused pictogram that only portrays P2.

I'm So Excited

  • This song has six Beta pictograms.
  • In a Beta picture, the triangles in the background are yellow-green instead of yellow.
  • Based on a promotional picture, the pictograms were originally orange with red assets, and her pink undershirt was purple

Jamaican Dance

  • A coach selection image featuring the male dancer can be found in the game files, meaning that the song was either planned to be a Solo or a Duet routine.

Jungle Drum

  • Jungle Drum by Emiliana Torrini was planned to appear in the game, but it was removed for unknown reasons.
    • She appears in several Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4.
      • The menu icon is also featured in the Just Dance 4 instruction manual in the DLCs section, replacing Brand New Start’s.

Just Mario

  • Just Mario was originally planned to be in the main tracklist on the Wii, as the audio file can be found there.

Kurio ko uddah le jana

  • The background of Kurio ko uddah le jana looked more crooked than in the final version. There is also a golden, semi-transparent blanket that is not seen in the final routine.
  • There are six unused pictograms in the Just Dance Now files.

Let's Go To The Mall

  • In a Beta picture, there are some green, floating triangles in the background.

Lollipop

  • This song has two Beta pictograms.

Mashed Potato Time

  • Mashed Potato Time was meant to be released as DLC for the Wii, but that did not happen.
    • However, in the Just Dance Now files, there is an unused menu icon that would have been used if the song had been released as DLC.

Night Boat To Cairo

  • A non-golden version of the Gold Move pictogram can be found in the Just Dance Now files.

No Limit

  • The coaches of No Limit had different positions, with the male as P1 and the female as P2.

Party Rock Anthem

  • According to early gameplay footage from Comic-Con 2011, "My jock", "cash" and "you’re naked now" were not originally censored.
  • Five Beta pictograms can be found in the Just Dance Now files.
    • An additional one is featured in the Comic-Con 2011 version of the game, and it features a punch emblem that is removed in the final version.

Professor Pumplestickle

  • Ten unused pictograms for the Just Dance 3 version of Professor Pumplestickle can be found among the Just Dance Now files.

Pump It

  • On the PAL cover of the game, the coach has a totally different color scheme, with a green-bluish outfit and a yellow glove.
    • On the NTSC cover, he has a different color scheme as well: his pants are lighter, the glove is darker and there are some green highlights.
  • The routine has several Beta pictograms and an unfinished one, which only consists of a spiral arrow.

Satellite

  • Satellite has two Beta pictograms.

Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended)

  • An unused coach selection image depicting the coach in his Beta color scheme can be found in the game files.

She’s Got Me Dancing

  • This song has four Beta pictograms.

Soul Searchin’

  • This song has three Beta pictograms.

Take On Me

  • This song has three Beta pictograms: the first two are from the Just Dance Now files, while the latter can be seen in a Beta picture.

Teenage Dream

  • The background in the chorus was different: it was darker, with more balloons and smoother lights.

The Master Blaster

  • P1 was going to have her purple glove on her opposite hand and was going to wear a fuchsia glove on her right hand and fuchsia boots instead of the dark violet gloves and boots, but the purple glove was on her right hand, and her dark violet glove was on her left hand.
  • Nine unused pictograms can be found in the Just Dance Now files.
    • One of them only features P1 and is very off-centered, proving that it has not been finished.

Think

  • In the Just Dance Now files, there is a pictogram that is magenta instead of light purple and has a cobalt blue arrow instead of a light blue one.
    • Four other unused pictograms can be found, too.

This is Halloween

  • In a Beta screenshot, the background shows four pumpkin plants on the sides, with hanging pumpkins. In the final version, they are replaced by dead branches.
  • In the Just Dance Now files, there is a placeholder pictogram shaped like a blurred rectangle with a red X.

Tightrope

  • In the Just Dance Now files, there is an unfinished pictogram that only shows a wave arrow.
    • There are also five unused pictograms.

Venus

  • This routine has four Beta pictograms.

Video Killed the Radio Star

  • There are three unused pictograms in the Just Dance Now files.

What You Waiting For?

  • As seen in an early preview gameplay, the choreography was significantly different. It was likely changed because it would not score enough points on remote consoles.

Unknown Dancers

  • A Duet featuring a male and a female coach was planned to be in the game. The male is wearing a jacket with a button-up shirt and a bow tie. The female is wearing an outfit that resembles Lady Gaga’s look in the music video for the song Poker Face. They are featured on the PAL version of the cover.

References

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