"Just Dance" is a baffling series, and "Just Dance 2017" is no different. It's always been available on consoles that have never quite nailed full-body tracking (the Wii comes to mind). When it did make its debut via the Xbox's Kinect peripheral, the game improved slightly with the ability to include your entire body into the mix. The Switch's iteration feels just as crippled as ever, with a release that didn't really seem as though it had a legitimate reason to be made other than to cash in on the fact that Nintendo has released a new console. While it's functional and includes a decent smattering of songs to dance to, there are also tracking issues, some bizarre design decisions, and the general question of "why does this exist when there's better technology to play it on?" Despite all of this, I just danced.