www.rocklandworldradio.com Review:

Internet Radio: Rockland World Radio - The premiere on-line, internet radio destination for Rockland County's Independent Music, Art, and Culture.

Country:, North America, US

City: -90.5334 Missouri, United States

  • T. Beaudoin - Fun!

    Just as fun as all the other Just Dance Games. My kids (5 and 7) have a blast...and on some nights even me and my friends will jump around. I find that this is typical of 'just dance' - we only like about 50% of the songs - however understandable...over all it is great to get up and move with a game!

  • Greg D - Dancing can be fun (I swear)

    Purchased as a Christmas gift for my brother's wife (mid-20's) and she couldn't be happier. She plays it all the time, and has asked me to play too, but I've got no rhythm so that won't be happening.

  • David - Not for Firefox users

    Three things: Firstly, I bought this version because the other one clearly required download. This one arrived in a CD jewel box, but had no CD in it. It also required a download, except you lose a week doing it this way. Go ahead and download it, if you wish to ignore the following two concerns: Some or all of its protections will be disabled to Firefox because the Kaspersky "add-on" is not OK with Firefox and will be permanently disabled. You have to find this out the hard way by looking at your add-ons in Firefox. If you use it anyway, and visit amazon, the secure browser is likely to report "Kaspersky Total Security is not providing complete protections of your data..." Worse, yet, if you move to make a purchase and Kaspersky's Safe Money is used, it will also report problems to Firefox users and lead you to believe it is not providing the protection you have purchased. There are multiple blogs out there, one even on Kaspersky's site, that lead one to believe there have been these problems with Firefox for more than a year. More than a year. More? Is there any reason to wait for problems not alluded to in sales hype to be resolved? The hype says it works with Windows 10 and Firefox. It does not.