The classic mode consists of two women (P1 and P3) and two men (P2 and P4). They all have a blue outline.
P1 has red hair in ponytails. She wears a blue shirt, an orange and velvet corset, blue pants, and orange boots.
P2 has red hair and wears a red hat, a red handkerchief, a blue shirt, a blue tie, and brown shoes.
P3 has red frizzy hair, a brown hat, brown chaps, a brown and red T-shirt, brown and red pants, and red shoes.
P4 wears a black hat, red glasses, an orange shirt, a black vest, a red tie, a red belt, black pants, and orange shoes.
The Extreme dancer is a man dressed up as a cowboy. He wears a black cowboy hat, a pair of black sunglasses, a red shirt with a black tie which is partially covered by a golden vest, black pants, and red shoes.
The routine takes place in front of a train station with a metallic fence and clock. Fiery explosions also emerge from behind the fence at points in time. The Extreme version is slightly different.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Move 1: This is a Wave Gold Move which occurs in the following order:
P1: Put both your hands behind the head.
P2: Put your right hand on your imaginary hat.
P3: Put your hands on your hips.
P4: Put your hands on your imaginary hat and look to the right side of the screen.
Gold Move 2: This is a Wave Gold Move which occurs in the following order:
P1 and P3: Open your hands and slide to the left.
P2 and P4: Put down your hands but then adjust your imaginary jacket/vest and slide to the right.
Gold Move 3: Raise your hands like if you are holding a gun, move them from the bottom left to the right side, and then bringing your forearm up to "shoot". Gold Move 4:
P1 and P3: Cross your hands in front of you.
P2 and P4: Put your right hand on your "hat".
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 in-game
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 3 in-game
Gold Move 4
Gold Move 4 in-game
There are 5 Gold Moves in the Extreme routine:
Gold Move 1: Put your right hand on your "hat". Gold Move 2: Put both of your fists on your chest from below. Gold Move 3: Raise your right arm and them put it down with strength. Gold Move 4: Raise your hands like if you are holding a gun, from the bottom left to the right side, and then pretend to shoot a gun. Gold Move 5: Raise your right arm.
This makes it the first avatar of a song from a different game to be unlockable through normal play (not avatar purchase) in a later game in the series.
When doing Gold Moves 3 and 4 in the Classic routine, a part of the Gold Move effect is absent.
At the end of the routine, P4’s left foot slides to the left.
Gold Move 2’s pictogram does not show how to perform P2 and P4s’ moves. The pictogram tells to slide to the right, even though players have hold their imaginary jacket afterwards in order to have the move counted.
In addition, the pictogram is not designed as a Wave Gold Move pictogram.
Sometimes, the coach from Livin' la Vida Loca appears instead of P1 in the coach selection menu; all the other coaches are replaced by an infinitely buffering wheel.
By exploring the Just Dance Now bundle archives, one can find 4 pictograms named "wildwildwestquat_aurelie", "wildwildwestquat_juli", "wildwildwestquat_nick", and "wildwildwestquat_yoan", showing the names of the performers. 
Wild Wild West (Extreme Version), along with What Makes You Beautiful(Extreme Version), are the only Extreme routines to not use the Extreme background of the game.
After What Makes You Beautiful, this is the second Extreme routine in Just Dance 4 to have the Classic routine’s background.
The coach is the most frequently appearing coach in Just Dance 4 Mashups.
When the album coach loads, the coach is seen with his glove on his left hand.
In the Mashup of Never Gonna Give You Up, the pictograms are purple with aqua arrows instead of red with cobalt arrows.
The coach’s hair is blonde in his pose in Puppet Master Mode, even though, in the actual routine, he has black hair.
In Miss Understood’s Mashup, Gold Move 1 is not warned through the Gold Move effect or its pictogram. It is counted as a normal move for all consoles with the exception of the Wii version, which counts it as a Gold Move even though there is a normal move pictogram.