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Samsung brings Just Dance Now in 2015/2016 Smart TV’s
Samsung annouces today today that Just Dance Now is available globally on its 2015 and 2016 Smart TV’s.
Just Dance Now on Samsung Smart TV’s
Samsung Electronics is proud to announce that the acclaimed music video game Just Dance is now available globally on 2015 and 2016 Samsung Smart TV’s. A “mobile” version, named Just Dance Now, that has of course been developed by Ubisoft, and available on Samsung Smart TVs in more than 50 countries worldwide, including South Africa, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Australia, among many others.
With more than 118 million players worldwide, Just Dance is the most popular music video game franchise in history, and the Ubisoft title mainly owes its huge popularity to the Nintendo Wii, with several titles available. Just Dance Now is accessible on Samsung’s 2015 and 2016 Smart TV lineups via the Smart Hub, where Smart TV users will be able to connect quickly and easily to the game. Connection through the Smart Hub also enables users to access the game’s subscription service and conveniently pay through Samsung’s Smart TV billing system. According to Samsung, users are now able to access Just Dance Now in stunning picture quality on a large TV screen, an opportunity that offers a new aspect of the ultimate viewing experience.
“As the leader in the TV industry, we’re committed to providing our users with the premium gaming options they desire,” said YougChan Kim, Vice President of Visual Display at Samsung Electronics. “We’re thrilled to offer one of the most popular music video game franchises of all time to users on our home entertainment ecosystem, including our Smart Hub, which provide the most streamlined and intuitive TV user experience.” Note that Just Dance Now uses your phone as a motion controller, so you have to hold it (tight) while you follow dance instructions shown on the TV.