Summary: For years I have wanted to purchase a dance mat cuz I rly like the arcade version plus I'm rly good at it. For Christmas I purchased a wii n a DDR but realized it only works with the white console. So I returned the console and DDR ..purchased a wii u and decided to get the DDR for the ps3.
Summary: I can't begin to tell you how disappointed I am in this game. I bought it, paid $20 for the extra songs because I've been playing DDR since middle school (I'm 23 now), and for some reason, the pad WILL not work.
Summary: This is like what VALVe did with Counter-Strike back in 2003 -- taken a perfectly good game with dynamics that people who saw it as a legendary game adored it for--the simple mechanics and content that made the game enjoyable every time you started it up.
Summary: Where to start? I am a veteran DDR player, and this package feels either rushed or idiotic or both. The music selection is small and weak. The game options are TERRIBLE. No continuous workout mode, no proper campaign mode.
Summary: I just bought this DDR game last night and I was pretty upset that the dance mat was way smaller and slightly cramped compared to my DDR mat for the PS2. The songs in the game were okay but I felt the tempo to the arrows was off and a tad bit slow.
Summary: I used to love playing DDR on my PS2, so when it came out for PS3 I rushed out and brought it. Unfortunately I was ready to take back to the store in about 10 minutes. First of all, you can't exit from a screen once it starts. No kidding. You cannot pause or stop once you pick a feature.
Summary: everything is changed in this. freeze arrows are always stupid. the arrows change colors so much you cant keep track of which ones are off beat and which one are on beat. dont know why the heck the arrows change colors so much its silly.. garbage songs... no songs to download yet.
Summary: I was interested in seeing a DDR game for the PS3, given the huge delay since their last release, but it appears that Konami have produced a product with the specific aim of insulting each and every person who purchases it.