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Just Dance Weird Al

 

 

Cordova, TN; September 11, in the year of our Lord 2017--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is exploring an interesting idea for a dance video game. It will not be much of a shock since the title of article is Just Dance Weird Al. That is exactly what we would like to see here at Family Friendly Gaming. A Just Dance video game based on the songs sung by Weird Al. Some of the most memorable, pop, rap, rock, and country songs have been parodied by Weird Al. Family Friendly Gaming believe it is time for a Just Dance Weird Al. This game would make Ubisoft, Weird Al, and Youtube video channels all kinds of money. The last one will only make money if the songs are monetizable by the channels. Are you on board with this? Would you play a Weird Al Just Dance video game?

Michael Jackson got a Just Dance video game. The Black Eyed Peas got their own Just Dance experience video game. There have been hip hop dance games. There have been country dance video games. There are multiple kid dance video games. There are Nickelodeon Dance video games. So why not make a Just Dance Weird Al video game? He has enough songs to warrant a Just Dance video game. We certainly enjoy plenty of his songs here at Family Friendly Gaming. From songs like ‘Tacky’ to ‘Fat’ for instance. We listen to them, and realized they would make a great Just Dance video game. Who doesn’t want to dress up in bright colors and dance to ‘Tacky?’ What about ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit?’ Or families can have some fun with songs like ‘eBay’ ‘I know I would have fun dancing to ‘I Perform This Way.’ Can you think of some Weird Al songs you would like to dance to?

I know there are some Weird Al songs that can offend families. Songs like ‘Amish Paradise’, ‘White & Nerdy’, and ‘The Night Santa Went Crazy,’ all come to mind. There are plenty of songs in other Just Dance games that offend me. I understand the Weird Al tries to be funny. That is a blurred line since what one person finds funny can offend another person. I also understand where Weird Al’s humor comes from. I personally have a similar kind of humor. If a Just Dance Weird Al video game is made, families could avoid songs that bother them. I won’t play certain songs in other Just Dance video games. How many of Weird Al’s songs contain lyrics you find offensive? Do you think Ubisoft will listen to Family Friendly Gaming concerning a Just Dance Weird Al Experience?


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

   

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