Excerpt: This is the big leagues. Dance Dance Revolution is by far the biggest dancing game out there. It's enjoyed widespread success, a healthy run in an otherwise wilting arcade market, and a number of console releases across each system of the current generation. Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2 is simply the latest in a long line of DDR titles. How does it stack up? Well, the gameplay is essentially the same as that of the previous games.
Conclusion: Of course all of the songs play with the utmost quality since it's what the game is centered around. Extreme 2 is also compatible with Dolby's Pro Logic II for some really great sound. The music selection is decent, but could have used some work. At the beginning of the game, most of the songs available are dance versions of popular pop songs. Unfortunately, the choices of these songs aren't very good to begin with.