Get Up And Get Grooving, A Free Demo For Just Dance 2017 Is Now Available On The eShop

If you just happen to be sitting on a seat bored and out of your mind and want to rustle your jimmies a bit, why not give the Just Dance 2017 a shot? You can download it for free on the Nintendo eShop at this very moment.

Similar to the demo that relesed last year for Just Dance 2016, the 2017 version features one song in the demo, which this year is Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” in the demo. Along with the announcement of the demo, via press release, Ubisoft also announced the game will come some new and previously announced music tracks:

SAN FRANCISCO – August 2, 2016 – Today, Ubisoft® released a free demo of “Sorry” from Justin Bieber for the latest installment of the best-selling* music game franchise of all time, Just Dance® 2017. Available for download today on Xbox Live, PlayStation®Network and the Nintendo eShop, grab your friends and family and start dancing along with the first track released from Just Dance 2017 before it hits shelves this October.
More accessible than ever, players can turn their iOS and Android smartphones into controllers with the improved Just Dance Controller App. The Just Dance Controller App works with current-gen platforms and uses phone scoring technology that allows players to dance without additional accessories like cameras.
Just Dance 2017 includes songs ranging from the top 40 hits to family favorites, so everyone will find something to groove, whip or nae nae to. Three new songs have been added to the track list that include:
“Cake By The Ocean” – DNCE
“Watch Me (Whip/ Nae Nae)” – Silentó
“Hips Don’t Lie” – Shakira Ft. Wyclef Jean
Previously announced tracks include:
“Sorry” – Justin Bieber
“DADDY” – Psy Ft. CL of 2NE1
“Cheap Thrills” – Sia Ft. Sean Paul
“Lean On” – Major Lazer Ft. MØ & DJ Snake
“Worth It” – Fifth Harmony Ft. Kid Ink
“Don’t Stop Me Now” – Queen
“PoPiPo” – Hatsune Miku
“RADICAL” – Dyro & Dannic
“El Tiki” – Maluma
“September” – Equinox Stars
“What Is Love” – Ultraclub 90
Just Dance 2017 will be available on all motion-control gaming platforms, including the Wii U™, and Wii™ systems from Nintendo, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. The game will also be available on the NX system from Nintendo. For the first time in the history of the franchise, the game will also be launched digitally on Windows PC.
For the latest information on Just Dance 2017, please visit: Follow Just Dance on Twitter @JustDanceGame and use hashtag #JustDance2017.

Is Nintendo Preparing A Code Name: S.T.E.A.M Demo For The eShop?

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Bringing a new IP isn’t easy. With various steps involved such as the visual aspects and designs of the world, characters, and the story, it’s not easy thing to tackle. That’s not even the whole side of the story, since it’s a new IP, the audience will most likely be turned off by the game since the unfamiliarity of the characters, world, and story. It seems Nintendo has that all in control right now.

According to some of these surfaced images that have been sprawling in the web right now, it looks like Code Name: S.T.E.A.M may be receiving a demo soon. The upcoming strategy game will be getting a demo in the form of a download code that can be obtained at GameStop, according to this user in NeoGAF. The user reported the demos at this moment were unable to be used in the eShop, which would make sense since Nintendo hasn’t official announced any form of demo for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M just yet. But with these images, they both look legit.

As mentioned earlier, the user tried entering the code on his 3DS, but was unsuccessful.

Weigh us in on your opinions! Has Code Name: S.T.E.A.M convinced you of purchasing? Or would a demo get you over that hump? Let us know in the comment section below!