DDRMAX Dance Dance RevolutionTM

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REVOLUTIONARY TO THE MAX! Straight from the arcades, DDRMAX Dance Dance RevolutionTM debuts on the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. Step into the spotlight and put your skills to the test as you move to the groove. Experience maximum dancing with all-new songs and game modes, high-energy pulsating music and stunning graphics. The evolution of the revolution awaits you!
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Product Title DDRMAX Dance Dance RevolutionTM
Manufacturer Konami
Lowest Price $25.94 from Amazon.com Marketplace
Power Score 4.1 | 18 Reviews
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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
4 Star Review  GameZone - Oct 4, 2004

In arcades and at home, Konami’s Dance Dance Revolution series has been making sweaty addicts of millions of gamers. The latest version of the series to hit the arcades, DDR Extreme, is now available on consoles and the results are about what you’d expect. Those looking for a completely new DDR experience will only find more of the same. However, considering the massive following, it’s hard to think that those who want to pick up DDR Extreme will find this a problem. Extreme is set to give DDR fans exactly what they want, a nice mix of new songs and familiar favorites.

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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (ps2)
3.5 Star Review  GameSpy - Sep 22, 2004

When Konami first brought the original Dance Dance Revolution game to the U.S., nobody could have guessed how well the game would do. Much to the delight of music game fans , DDR caught on, and Konami continued to support the series in the States. Most updates since the original have added a few new features here and there , but the main action has remained pretty much the same. With DDR Extreme, however, there's a clever new twist on the old formula thanks to Sony's EyeToy.

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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (ps2)
4 Star Review  IGN.com - Sep 22, 2004

Konami's beat-happy Dance Dance Revolution series is one of those things separating people into opposing camps. You either love it or hate it. And let's face it; the games give good reason splitting the populace. On the one hand, they make you sweat; something video game junkies just don't do. On the other hand, by being such a physical experience, they bring in the normal folk that normally wouldn't play video games, let alone become hopelessly addicted to them.

Read the full review »

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
4 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 3.13 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #2,037 game of all time, #75 game of 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and #414 PlayStation 2 game of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 38 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the game ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other games ranked, click on the link below.

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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
4 Star Review  testseek.com - Nov 10, 2008

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another good ddr game
4 Star Review   By member bis22 - Mar 31, 2006   

Strengths: same great gameplay, good songs, mission mode, eyetoy support

Weakness: still mostly the same as previous ddr games

If you don't have any Dance Dance Revolution games, there's no reason why you shouldn't start out with this one. It's got good songs and the gameplay we've come to know and love. It does add a little bit to the series, though. It has a mission mode (I don't think this was in any previous games, but I could be wrong). It helps to make the gameplay a little more interesting, giving you certain objectives to complete during a song instead of always just trying to hit the arrows the best you can, and it's great fun in versus mode. It also supports the EyeToy. Basically the only EyeToy mode worth playing is Hands and Feet, where you have to use your arms to hit triggers at the right time in addition to just using the dance pad. It should keep you entertained for a while, but it gets old since you can't change the difficulty and it's rather easy. All in all, it's pretty much what you'd expect from a DDR game with a bit extra.

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rock away!!
5 Star Review   By member chami - Mar 22, 2006   

Weakness: can't find one!!!

This game offers great selection of songs, idols, play levels, and great features to allow one to customize a character. The longer you play, the more characters that will be unlocked and make available. It is an alternative tool to exercise if you don’t like going to the gym!

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DDR Extreme
3 Star Review   By member shipwreck1 - Jan 31, 2006   

Strengths: Fun music game, lots of songs, EyeToy interaction

Weakness: Extremely difficult, EyeToy can be frustrating

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme is the third game in the series on the Playstation 2. This game has a large selection of new music and it even adds EyeToy features that were not found in previous editions. The songs included in this edition are a lot more varied than in earlier games, but this has mixed results. On a lot of the non-traditional dance songs, it is often difficult to find the right beat to correspond to. This game is extremely difficult in general though and while I enjoy these games, I'm certainly not an expert player. I found this version to be very frustrating and the EyeToy functions made the game even harder. If this is your first Dance Dance Revolution game, I'd really suggest trying one of the earlier versions first.

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Dance Dance EXTREME!
4 Star Review   By member Charlemagne7 - Jan 30, 2006   

Strengths: As with any new DDR volume, new songs. Eyetoy stuff is fun if you have the lighting and space.

Weakness: If you're not a fan of the music in previous volumes, you might not be a fan of this one.

Dance Dance Revolution, or DDR, is probably known to most video game players. Skipping the basics, which consists of hitting arrows on a dance pad that correspond to the arrows shown on screen. Extreme is the first volume that supports the Eyetoy, which lets the player use their hands in addition to their feet, to watch themselves playing DDR, and adds some additional minigames. Any fan of DDR should pick this up since it's an older game and should be within a resonable price range. As for those on the fence, the new tracks and Eyetoy support should be enough.

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Dancing good time
5 Star Review   By member providence777 - Nov 19, 2005   

Strengths: Very fun gameplay, excellent workout, good training mode and range of difficulty. Versus mode is lots of fun

Weakness: Can be very hard to learn if uncoordinated.

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme is a wonderful game that everyone interested in rhythm based games should have. There's something very gratifying about stepping on the arrows at the right time, and playing with a friend (and beating them!). The songs are diverse and range widely in difficulty. Sometimes the syncopated beats are hard to recognize during the song, and might trip players up (the Bruce Lee Enter the Dragon theme gets me every time!). You obviously need a pad to really enjoy this game, a floor pad that has interactive arrows on it. Playing with a controller is like driving an automatic vehicle after learning on a standard... almost. It's not nearly as engaging. The extra modes are a good bonus... feeding animals with the dance pad will make you scratch your head at first, but I guarantee if you play it with someone else you get in a literal frenzy trying to get more fed than the other player. It's crazy, but very inventive. DDR Extreme is a fun way to get a little dance fix at home, rather than playing at an arcade (where the buttons won't always work). Highly recommended, and great for parties.

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DDR Extreme review
3 Star Review   By member angelk - Nov 11, 2005   

Strengths: new songs and lots of songs and song type variety

Weakness: different types of songs might be strange to some, boring interface

I was kind of disappointed with DDR extreme. Almost all of the things I liked about DDR Max was gone in this title, which may or may not be a bad thing. The interface is really lame for a Playstation 2 title, the scrolling jukebox wheel of DDR Max seeming to work much better for seeing the song list as a whole, and the song list always seemed better with a lot of techno based, thumping mixes. This title seems to try to mix up the sounds more, with odd Bruce-lee themes, rocks songs, hip hop that, while not "bad" songs, really weren't particularly fun to dance to. That's just me of course. I think the variety of the songs' sounds and genres might make the game less monotonous, but it could be a turn off to some.

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Fun for the whole family
5 Star Review   By member Warner1281 - Aug 31, 2005   

Strengths: Great fun for the whole family, plenty of new songs, use of the new PS2 camera

DDR Extreme is just the next in a series of fun games. First off, it's fun just trying to keep up with the steps and beating the levels. But on top of that, being able to compete against family members friends, and anyon else that stops by is a blast. Some of the songs are repeats from previous versions, but there are definately a few new ones as well. There are a few unlockables (new songs and characters) and a new workout mode too. In workout mode, it is just like with a stairmaster or treadmill, where you try and burn a certain number of calories, but in this instance, you're actually having fun while you do it. If you enjoy the series, enjoy watching people do it at the arcades, or just want to try and lose a few pounds, this is definately the game for you. And if this will be your first introduction to the series, let me remind you that you will need to buy a dancepad (or two if you want to play two player).

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Songs Should Not Have Words!
3 Star Review   By member GunSharp - Aug 14, 2005   

Strengths: There are many game options. There are many songs. Extreme songs are generally harder than previous 2 installments.

Weakness: All songs have words. I feel that just music is enough! Too many sappy slow songs and not enough fast paced dance music.

I got DDRMax and I found that to be much better. However, if you got the previous 2, then getting this one is perfectly fine too as it is a solid game. But whether you like this one so much depends all on song preference.

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DDR Extreme for the PS2
4 Star Review   By member Biglesworth23 - Aug 1, 2005   

Strengths: + Yet another game in the very solid DDR series + Improves upon its predecessors with even better songs (like Duran Duran's "The Reflex")

Weakness: - While solid, the series does feel a little stale after a while due to so many games and their similarities - Most gamers won't be able to beat most songs on higher difficulty settings

This is yet another Dance Dance Revolution game for the PS2, and I must say... I couldn't be happier. This version is the best yet, with great songs like Duran Duran's "The Reflex" and the Village People's "YMCA". The new EyeToy modes add a great deal of much-needed variety (and hilarity) to this somewhat stale series. The songs are once again extremely difficult on the higher levels, so most gamers won't be able to take them on unless they are hardcore fans of the series (for them, they should be no problem). Overall, Dance Dance Revolution Extreme is a worthy continuation of a great franchise. It adds enough new (songs, modes) to make it worth the purchase.

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4 Star Review   By member jimsz - Jun 2, 2005   

Strengths: Great game, has some of the best games as the arcade and Legend of Max is an unlockable! Every hardcore DDR'r would love this because some of the songs present a challenge.

Weakness: There aren't as many songs as I had hoped would be on it. I was hoping for butterfly particularly, but oh well. I dislike the selecting song feature. I like the arcade selection far more.

This game is definately worth buying if you are big into DDR. This helps train for the arcade for sure. However ,I would advise that people who are new to DDR to get another game to train with since this is moderate to high difficulty and there is a big of a learning curve compared to DDR Max2. The difficulty ranges from very easy to hard, but there are few songs in between.

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REVOLUTIONARY TO THE MAX! Straight from the arcades, DDRMAX Dance Dance RevolutionTM debuts on the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. Step into the spotlight and put your skills to the test as you move to the groove. Experience maximum dancing with all-new songs and game modes, high-energy pulsating music and stunning graphics. The evolution of the revolution awaits you!
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Product Title DDRMAX Dance Dance RevolutionTM
Manufacturer Konami
Lowest Price $25.94 from Amazon.com Marketplace
Power Score 4.1 | 18 Reviews
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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
4 Star Review  GameZone - Oct 4, 2004

In arcades and at home, Konami’s Dance Dance Revolution series has been making sweaty addicts of millions of gamers. The latest version of the series to hit the arcades, DDR Extreme, is now available on consoles and the results are about what you’d expect. Those looking for a completely new DDR experience will only find more of the same. However, considering the massive following, it’s hard to think that those who want to pick up DDR Extreme will find this a problem. Extreme is set to give DDR fans exactly what they want, a nice mix of new songs and familiar favorites.

Read the full review »

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (ps2)
3.5 Star Review  GameSpy - Sep 22, 2004

When Konami first brought the original Dance Dance Revolution game to the U.S., nobody could have guessed how well the game would do. Much to the delight of music game fans , DDR caught on, and Konami continued to support the series in the States. Most updates since the original have added a few new features here and there , but the main action has remained pretty much the same. With DDR Extreme, however, there's a clever new twist on the old formula thanks to Sony's EyeToy.

Read the full review »

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (ps2)
4 Star Review  IGN.com - Sep 22, 2004

Konami's beat-happy Dance Dance Revolution series is one of those things separating people into opposing camps. You either love it or hate it. And let's face it; the games give good reason splitting the populace. On the one hand, they make you sweat; something video game junkies just don't do. On the other hand, by being such a physical experience, they bring in the normal folk that normally wouldn't play video games, let alone become hopelessly addicted to them.

Read the full review »

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
4 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 3.13 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #2,037 game of all time, #75 game of 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and #414 PlayStation 2 game of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 38 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the game ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other games ranked, click on the link below.

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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
4 Star Review  testseek.com - Nov 10, 2008

Testseek.com has collected 1 expert review for Dance Dance Revolution Extreme and the rating is 79 of 100. Click below and use Testseek.com to find all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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User Reviews
another good ddr game
4 Star Review   By member bis22 - Mar 31, 2006   

Strengths: same great gameplay, good songs, mission mode, eyetoy support

Weakness: still mostly the same as previous ddr games

If you don't have any Dance Dance Revolution games, there's no reason why you shouldn't start out with this one. It's got good songs and the gameplay we've come to know and love. It does add a little bit to the series, though. It has a mission mode (I don't think this was in any previous games, but I could be wrong). It helps to make the gameplay a little more interesting, giving you certain objectives to complete during a song instead of always just trying to hit the arrows the best you can, and it's great fun in versus mode. It also supports the EyeToy. Basically the only EyeToy mode worth playing is Hands and Feet, where you have to use your arms to hit triggers at the right time in addition to just using the dance pad. It should keep you entertained for a while, but it gets old since you can't change the difficulty and it's rather easy. All in all, it's pretty much what you'd expect from a DDR game with a bit extra.

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rock away!!
5 Star Review   By member chami - Mar 22, 2006   

Weakness: can't find one!!!

This game offers great selection of songs, idols, play levels, and great features to allow one to customize a character. The longer you play, the more characters that will be unlocked and make available. It is an alternative tool to exercise if you don’t like going to the gym!

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DDR Extreme
3 Star Review   By member shipwreck1 - Jan 31, 2006   

Strengths: Fun music game, lots of songs, EyeToy interaction

Weakness: Extremely difficult, EyeToy can be frustrating

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme is the third game in the series on the Playstation 2. This game has a large selection of new music and it even adds EyeToy features that were not found in previous editions. The songs included in this edition are a lot more varied than in earlier games, but this has mixed results. On a lot of the non-traditional dance songs, it is often difficult to find the right beat to correspond to. This game is extremely difficult in general though and while I enjoy these games, I'm certainly not an expert player. I found this version to be very frustrating and the EyeToy functions made the game even harder. If this is your first Dance Dance Revolution game, I'd really suggest trying one of the earlier versions first.

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Dance Dance EXTREME!
4 Star Review   By member Charlemagne7 - Jan 30, 2006   

Strengths: As with any new DDR volume, new songs. Eyetoy stuff is fun if you have the lighting and space.

Weakness: If you're not a fan of the music in previous volumes, you might not be a fan of this one.

Dance Dance Revolution, or DDR, is probably known to most video game players. Skipping the basics, which consists of hitting arrows on a dance pad that correspond to the arrows shown on screen. Extreme is the first volume that supports the Eyetoy, which lets the player use their hands in addition to their feet, to watch themselves playing DDR, and adds some additional minigames. Any fan of DDR should pick this up since it's an older game and should be within a resonable price range. As for those on the fence, the new tracks and Eyetoy support should be enough.

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Dancing good time
5 Star Review   By member providence777 - Nov 19, 2005   

Strengths: Very fun gameplay, excellent workout, good training mode and range of difficulty. Versus mode is lots of fun

Weakness: Can be very hard to learn if uncoordinated.

Dance Dance Revolution Extreme is a wonderful game that everyone interested in rhythm based games should have. There's something very gratifying about stepping on the arrows at the right time, and playing with a friend (and beating them!). The songs are diverse and range widely in difficulty. Sometimes the syncopated beats are hard to recognize during the song, and might trip players up (the Bruce Lee Enter the Dragon theme gets me every time!). You obviously need a pad to really enjoy this game, a floor pad that has interactive arrows on it. Playing with a controller is like driving an automatic vehicle after learning on a standard... almost. It's not nearly as engaging. The extra modes are a good bonus... feeding animals with the dance pad will make you scratch your head at first, but I guarantee if you play it with someone else you get in a literal frenzy trying to get more fed than the other player. It's crazy, but very inventive. DDR Extreme is a fun way to get a little dance fix at home, rather than playing at an arcade (where the buttons won't always work). Highly recommended, and great for parties.

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DDR Extreme review
3 Star Review   By member angelk - Nov 11, 2005   

Strengths: new songs and lots of songs and song type variety

Weakness: different types of songs might be strange to some, boring interface

I was kind of disappointed with DDR extreme. Almost all of the things I liked about DDR Max was gone in this title, which may or may not be a bad thing. The interface is really lame for a Playstation 2 title, the scrolling jukebox wheel of DDR Max seeming to work much better for seeing the song list as a whole, and the song list always seemed better with a lot of techno based, thumping mixes. This title seems to try to mix up the sounds more, with odd Bruce-lee themes, rocks songs, hip hop that, while not "bad" songs, really weren't particularly fun to dance to. That's just me of course. I think the variety of the songs' sounds and genres might make the game less monotonous, but it could be a turn off to some.

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Fun for the whole family
5 Star Review   By member Warner1281 - Aug 31, 2005   

Strengths: Great fun for the whole family, plenty of new songs, use of the new PS2 camera

DDR Extreme is just the next in a series of fun games. First off, it's fun just trying to keep up with the steps and beating the levels. But on top of that, being able to compete against family members friends, and anyon else that stops by is a blast. Some of the songs are repeats from previous versions, but there are definately a few new ones as well. There are a few unlockables (new songs and characters) and a new workout mode too. In workout mode, it is just like with a stairmaster or treadmill, where you try and burn a certain number of calories, but in this instance, you're actually having fun while you do it. If you enjoy the series, enjoy watching people do it at the arcades, or just want to try and lose a few pounds, this is definately the game for you. And if this will be your first introduction to the series, let me remind you that you will need to buy a dancepad (or two if you want to play two player).

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Songs Should Not Have Words!
3 Star Review   By member GunSharp - Aug 14, 2005   

Strengths: There are many game options. There are many songs. Extreme songs are generally harder than previous 2 installments.

Weakness: All songs have words. I feel that just music is enough! Too many sappy slow songs and not enough fast paced dance music.

I got DDRMax and I found that to be much better. However, if you got the previous 2, then getting this one is perfectly fine too as it is a solid game. But whether you like this one so much depends all on song preference.

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DDR Extreme for the PS2
4 Star Review   By member Biglesworth23 - Aug 1, 2005   

Strengths: + Yet another game in the very solid DDR series + Improves upon its predecessors with even better songs (like Duran Duran's "The Reflex")

Weakness: - While solid, the series does feel a little stale after a while due to so many games and their similarities - Most gamers won't be able to beat most songs on higher difficulty settings

This is yet another Dance Dance Revolution game for the PS2, and I must say... I couldn't be happier. This version is the best yet, with great songs like Duran Duran's "The Reflex" and the Village People's "YMCA". The new EyeToy modes add a great deal of much-needed variety (and hilarity) to this somewhat stale series. The songs are once again extremely difficult on the higher levels, so most gamers won't be able to take them on unless they are hardcore fans of the series (for them, they should be no problem). Overall, Dance Dance Revolution Extreme is a worthy continuation of a great franchise. It adds enough new (songs, modes) to make it worth the purchase.

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4 Star Review   By member jimsz - Jun 2, 2005   

Strengths: Great game, has some of the best games as the arcade and Legend of Max is an unlockable! Every hardcore DDR'r would love this because some of the songs present a challenge.

Weakness: There aren't as many songs as I had hoped would be on it. I was hoping for butterfly particularly, but oh well. I dislike the selecting song feature. I like the arcade selection far more.

This game is definately worth buying if you are big into DDR. This helps train for the arcade for sure. However ,I would advise that people who are new to DDR to get another game to train with since this is moderate to high difficulty and there is a big of a learning curve compared to DDR Max2. The difficulty ranges from very easy to hard, but there are few songs in between.

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5 Star Review   By member tungluh - May 23, 2005   

Strengths: Great songs, graphics and eye toy feature.

This is the best DDR game of PS2 in the market as of now. It has all the DDR features plus Eye Toy feature. In my point of view, song collection is the most important thing to determine whether or not a DDR game is good or not. If it has lots of great song, even the graphics are not good (what we really look at all the time are those devil arrows after all), it is still worth buying~! In this case, DDR extreme has 80% of GREAT songs in my point of view! DDR extreme let you not exercise legs but also ARMS if you get an Eye Toy (a vedio camera, $30). Highly recommand to buy this one if you have never played this kind of game! Also highly recommend to get this if you are tired of DDRMAX and DDRMAX2.

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4 Star Review   By member mkelehan - Apr 27, 2005   

Strengths: Lots of fun songs, decent enough Eye Toy features.

Weakness: Inability to turn off the corner buttons hurts it a lot.

Taken just for its songlist, this is a fine DDR mix. Again, the usual ~70 songs, with some fun licenses and Konami Originals. However, a terrible omission on Konami's part makes it the worst of the PS2 mixes. You see, when you play DDR, you only use the four arrows. However, the regular face buttons (square, X, triangle and circle) also activate the arrows, in case you're playing on a controller. Dance mats put these buttons in the corners, which isn't a problem in all other mixes, because you can turn them off in gameplay. Not so here. So, if you need to press down, but the heel of your other foot is on the X button, the game will think you're already on down, and give you a Boo. It's horribly frustrating when you're doing great, and that happens. Casual players may not even notice this, and to them, this is a great mix. In addition to a round of Konami Originals, you'll find new licenses like Simply Being Loved (Somnambulist) by BT, Go West by the Pet Shop Boys, and Kids in America by Kim Wilde. Plus, there are Konami remixes of such classics as Bizarre Love Triangle, Like A Virgin, and Ladies' Night. It's really too bad that there's such a huge problem with this game, because otherwise, it's really good. Players with PC memory card adaptors that let them download saves to their memory cards can get save files that fix this problem in the Songlists and Codes section of DDRFreak.com, but the rest should probably go with another mix.

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5 Star Review   By member jdmrknight - Feb 23, 2005   

Strengths: Alot of fun for the kids as well as exercise for the adults too.

Weakness: None so far.

I purchased this for my two sons and they both end up fighting to play it at the same time. I purchased one dance pad but it can be played with two. This game gives you a great workout too for the whole family.

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