Summary: The game and dance pad bundle is more than fair on the price, but when you have to drop like $40-$50 on Downloadable content, it becomes much more expensive than a traditional PS3 game, but I suppose if you had to buy the pad separate, it evens out. The song list has too much crap that really doesn't belong on DDR, which the developers should have sought for a greatest hits version to bring in much more revenue and popularity for the PS3 release.
Summary: I have been a huge DDR fan for years, since their very first games, and have been playing them for years on the PS2. When I saw that were was finally a DDR out for the PS3, I had to have it! I do not have PS Move, but it is not an issue because I like playing it the original way without hand controllers. I love the songs they have available on this game for the most part, already have a few favorites which is great because otherwise the game would be no fun for me.
Great DDR game for PS3 owners, but could use improvement.
10 July 2011
Summary: Being a DDR fan since the early PS2 era, I was excited to hear about DDR finally making a jump to the PS3, since both Nintendo and Microsoft got to enjoy 3 installments of Hottest Party and Universe respectively before Sony could get their DDR fix. First off, I'm not gonna lie; the game is great. Its well worth the $40 bundle especially since most game retail at $60 with no additional accessories.
Summary: First off, I love DDR. And while this one wasn't quite as good as some of the other versions, it's still DDR. Which means I enjoyed it. As others have stated, Club mode (which you have to use to unlock songs) is pretty lame. When you first start, you're ALWAYS on beginner, and they like to give you the same 4 or 5 slow songs over and over. It gets better though!
Summary: PS ONE and PS2 versions were the BEST. This comes nothing close but it's still okay. 80+ songs with the ones you unlock and can download from the store. I hope they put some old school ones like Boom Boom Dollar and Butterfly. Club mode sucks. It's the only way to earn songs and it starts out on BEGINNER. Took forever to get it to Difficult, EVEN basic. Still a good game though. I sped up the boring songs to make it bearable.
Summary: I love DDR.I started playing as a change in my workout.I've played quite a few versions. Xbox360,playstation 2 and 3. The songs were not as fast paced as the others.The calorie counter is so so.There is not a workout mode.Which was a HUGE dissapointment.There is a lot of time between songs.Some of them are kind of boring.It takes awhile to really unlock any of the new songs.
Summary: DDR for PS3 lived up to my every expectation. There are multiple difficulty levels and the songs that came with the game included both classic hits as well as more recent songs. A variety of dance modes make the game always exciting and the included calorie counter is great for keeping track of how much work you're doing whilst having heaps of fun. You have the option to play with or without the PS3 Move which is great for those who don't already own one.