Summary: After playing this game, I'm left with the strong impression that the people who designed/developed this game don't play much DDR and don't understand what makes DDR fun or interesting. Licensed song selection is surprisingly poor.
Summary: I did not like the songs in the game very much. Support for the game at the Playstation Store was quite limited. The main way to unlock songs in the game is by playing "club mode," which forces you to play certain songs on certain difficulties.
Summary: At around 100$, I can assure you this is certainly not worth the money, at most 50$(that's being very generous). The mat is average, nothing good/bad about it in comparison to previous mats I have had. I have been a fan of the ddr games for a long time, and have a majority of them.
Summary: Not even close to being as good at previous DDR releases. I played the PS2 DDR games obsessively and hoped this would bring back my love for it. But I only played it 4 times at the most. There are hardly any good "dance" songs, most are mild tempo pop songs. The voice over guy is super annoying.
Summary: My wife and I used to absolutely love DDR. We would play for hours on end into the night. I had high hopes, and was excited to pick this up on the day it came out. Pros: DDR is finally in HD, lots of nice eye Candy Downloadable Content, if it would work that is. Cons: Surprise!
Great for beginners, disappointing for longtime DDR fans
S. Meszaros, Amazon
13 March 2012
Summary: While there are some interesting ideas bundled into the new Dance Dance Revolution, the fact of the matter is that, for long-time DDR fans such as myself, this is quite possibly the most disappointing home release EVER. Endless mode is gone. Challenge mode is gone. Doubles mode is gone.
A slew of cutbacks hurt this highly disappointing DDR PS3 debut.
C. H. Mauricio, Amazon
13 March 2012
Summary: It took 4 years but DDR is finally on the PlayStation 3! Was the wait worth it? The answer, unfortunately is no. DanceDanceRevolution's debut on the PS3 does a few things that the series has never done before, but at the expense of some massive cuts and other bad design decisions that make it quite...
Summary: I bought this game on launch day, and have been playing it on and off since then. The premise is probably already known to every one. You have a dance mat, you have to jump on the arrows matching what is going on on the screen. The good: - it is a good exercise.