Ain’t No Other Man is featured in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
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Even though Christina’s song is covered, in any other songs that feature her in the series (such as Moves Like Jagger and Feel This Moment) her parts are not covered.
The dancer appears on the NTSC front cover on the beta version.
The line "You're badass" is omitted. Unlike most censored terms, it is not replaced with three full stops.
Ain’t No Other Man is the second song by Christina Aguilera in the Just Dance series, after Moves Like Jagger and before Feel This Moment.
It does not officially count as her second song because it was covered.
Part of the routine is shown in So What in the broken television.
Can’t Get You Out of My Head’s beta dancer makes an appearance in the Mashup. However, in the Puppet Master Mode, the original dancer was used with the same move.
Ain’t No Other Man is the first exclusive song to have a Mashup and/or an alternate routine. It is followed by Till I Find You (which only has an exclusive Mashup) and Papaoutai (with an African Dance exclusive mode and an exclusive Mashup).
In the Puppet Master Mode, the pictograms from Crazy Little Thing are pink instead of red.
Also, the coach from Skin-To-Skin has his glove on the left hand instead of on the right one.
Ain’t No Other Man might have been intended to be available in Just Dance 4 for all consoles, as its files were found in the game files for other console versions.
This can be proven also by its appearance in the background of So What, which appears on all consoles.
The Mashup files were also found on the PS3 version of the game. However, it still remains only playable on the Wii U.
On some covers of Just Dance 4 (all consoles), you can see this coach instead of the dancer from Umbrella, in the same pose.
In Just Sweat, unlike the othertwo Wii U exclusives, the song counts for calories while playing.
In some pictures, the coach's hat is golden instead of dark blue.
When "Ain’t no other other" and "Ain’t no other lover!" are sung, the lyrics stop highlighting after the first "other" and the line quickly fades off.