"Acceptable in the 80s" by Calvin Harris is featured on , Just Dance (as DLC on the Xbox 360), Just Dance 3 / Just Dance: Greatest Hits , Best Of , and Just Dance Unlimited
Just Dance Now
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with light green curly hair with a small light blue bow. She is wearing large turquoise glasses, large blue earrings, a pair of turquoise fingerless gloves, a lime green loose off shoulder top, a white belt, dark green calf-length leggings, leg warmers, and peep toe heels.
The background appears to be a purple wall with a lot of pink lines and wires intersecting.
In the Wii version of
Just Dance: Greatest Hits/ Best Of, the lines are completely stationary, with faint streams of light flowing through them.
Xbox 360/Greatest Hits
In the Xbox 360 version, the background changes a lot, from the typical purple wall and pink lines to a sky blue wall and diagonal aqua lines falling and more.
In the remake, the background is more similar to the Wii version of the
Just Dance 3 release. The background is more zoomed out and forms with a weird, space-like noise; a similar noise is played at the end, when all the lines disappear quickly.
onward, there are 4 Just Dance 3 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Point forward with your right arm, one arm at a time and with your left hand on your head.
All Gold Moves (Original)
Acceptable in the 80s is featured in the following Mashups:
Acceptable in the 80s appears in Party/ Puppet Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
Hands N' Hips
Acceptable in the 80s is the first song by Calvin Harris in the series; it is later followed by , I Need Your Love , Summer , and Blame .
How Deep Is Your Love
This makes Acceptable in the 80s the only of Calvin's songs to not be put in consecutive games.
The dancer's glove color is light blue, but in and Just Dance 3 / Just Dance: Greatest Hits , the wave/arrow color is dark green.
Best Of On the PAL covers of Greatest Hits and Best Of, the dancer's blouse is shown to have glitter, although there is no glitter on the dancer's blouse in the actual routine.
This is one of only two songs in Just Dance to have both a difficulty and effort rating of 3. The other song is .
Jerk It Out The routine briefly appears in .
Video Killed the Radio Star In the routine, the coach's bow constantly glitches to white throughout the entire song.
A pictogram is inappropriately named " acceptable_boobs".
In , through Just Dance Unlimited , Just Dance 2017 Acceptable in the 80s appears in the search section, rather than appearing in the Just Dance 2 search section.
Acceptable in the 80s (JD3/GH) Acceptable in the 80s (Remake)
Calvin Harris - Acceptable In The 80'S
Calvin Harris - Acceptable in the 80's (Just Dance 1)
Just Dance 3 Acceptable In the 80's
Just Dance Greatest Hits - Acceptable in the 80's (Xbox 360)
Acceptable In The 80's - Calvin Harris - Just Dance Unlimited
Just Dance Now - Acceptable in the 80s 5*
Just Dance Unlimited - Acceptable in the 80s by Calvin Harris