Disney Interactive and Ubisoft have collaborated to give us Just Dance: Disney Party 2. Predictably, the game is basically Just Dance but with a Disney flair. Don’t be fooled, though. You won’t find “Let it Go” or “Can You See the Love Tonight” on the track list. While the original Just Dance: Disney Party did include music from animated features like “Tangled” and “Lilo and Stitch,” this game’s focus is on Disney Channel TV shows and movies. Here are a few of the tracks, of which there are more than 20 total:

  • “Austin & Ally” (“Chasin’ the Beat of My Heart”)
  • “Descendants” (“Did I Mention”)
  • “Descendants” (“Rotten to the Core”)
  • “Descendants” (“Evil Like Me”)
  • “Descendants” (“Set It Off”)
  • “Girl Meets World” (“Take on the World”)
  • “K.C. Undercover” (“Keep It Undercover”)
  • “Teen Beach Movie” (“Cruisin’ for a Bruisin'”)
  • “Teen Beach Movie” (“Falling for Ya”)
  • “Teen Beach 2” (“That’s How We Do”)
  • “Teen Beach 2” (“Gotta Be Me”)
  • “Teen Beach 2” (“Twist Your Frown”)
  • “Violetta” (“En Mi Mundo”)

“The first Just Dance Disney game was a beloved hit among our fans,” said Tony Key, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Ubisoft. “When it came to working with Disney again on Just Dance: Disney Party 2, there was no question we wanted to give families another way to experience some of their favorite songs through dance.”

Admittedly my Disney channel expertise is a little outdated, but it seems like most of these songs are from live-action Disney series aimed at tweens. There are fewer talking-animal and princess songs and more songs in the vein of “Hannah Montana” and “High School Musical.” (Though actual “Hannah Montana” and “High School Musical” songs appear in the game—you may or may not be disappointed by that.)

Just Dance: Disney Party 2 will be available this holiday season for Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo Wii U.

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