Yo-Kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version (also known as 妖怪ウォッチダンス：ジャストダンススペシャルバージョン) is a Japanese game in the Just Dance franchise. It was released in Japan on December 5th, 2015. The game is a crossover with the Yo-Kai Watch series, and is the fourth Japanese Just Dance release.
The game has been revealed in September's CoroCoro Magazine issue, were Level-5 announced that they collaborate with Ubisoft's 'Just Dance' series. The title of the game has been revealed as well, as well as that songs from the Yo-kai Watch series will be included in the game. An official release date of the game has not been revealed in the magazine.
Level-5 announced on their website that the game will be released on December 5, 2015. Yo-kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version will go for 4,662 yen when it releases, and will also be available as part of a “Wii Remote Plus Set” for 7,236 yen. The game will also include the “Bully Captain Song Medal.” The Wii U GamePad can also read QR codes for the game. In addition to a look at the game cover, Level-5 revealed that the game will have some of the newer songs like “Uchuu (Space) Dance” and “Jinsei (Life) Dramatic,” along with Yo-kai Watch’s heroine Inaho and the Yo-kai USApyon.
Mojo coins are replaced by "JD" coins, like in Just Dance Wii U.
You can use them to play a Gashapon minigame, which will unlock Avatars representing characters from the Yo-Kai Watch series.
Stars are replaced with Jibanyan's head.
Various Yo-Kai's heads (all colored in gold) also appear when a Gold Move explodes.
Scanning the QR Codes present on the Yo-Kai Medal toys in Japan with the Wii U GamePad will award you with special coins which you can also use to play the Gashapon minigame.
There are 2 types of special coins. Silver coins are for normal Yo-Kai Medals and Gold coins for legendary Yo-Kai Medals.
Karaoke and highlighted lyrics are not available in the game.
The game has a low amount of songs, as there are only 10 songs playable in the game. Due to this, the game currently holds a record for having the lowest amount of songs in the series, beating Just Dance: Summer Party/Extra Songs, which has about 23 songs playable, and beating Just Dance, which has 32 songs playable.
The menu squares do not show the coaches for the song, who appear only on the cover.