Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME 2
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12 July 2011
Summary: I think this is the last DDR game I truly enjoyed. I hate the Supernova games and the things like the Disney versions and stuff like that. This has a nice mixture of American pop songs, Eurobeat and original DDR tracks! I definitely recommend it!
Summary: Pros: The best song selection of any DDR game The diversity of step charts are second only to DDR X Dance Master Mode is extremely fun for a solo player (it got me from Light to Expert in a year playing once a week) Cons: None! This is simply the best DDR game yet Notable: There are a couple of 10-footers with the hardest being comparable to Maxx Unlimited from DDR Max 2 There are no notes smaller than 16th notes, which is a minor con for me but a relief to some My first...
Summary: I have several favorites from the arcade DDR that were not to be found on previous PS2 releases. Finally, I can play almost all my favorites at home! Some of these favorites include Be Lovin, Twinbee, Daikenkai, Sakura, Cartoon Heroes and Miracle Moon (If some of these songs are actually on previous versions, forgive me, I just hadn't noticed). One of my new favorites that I hadn't seen before 'til now is Polovtsian Dances and Chorus (Naoto Suzuki feat. Martha).
Summary: This game is one of the most intriguing games I have ever had the pleasure of playing. It has and will supply hours of fun for me, my family, and my friends. Below are a few pros and cons that I have experienced during my 4 years of play: 1)The steps: awesome and mostly to the beat, with the exception of one or two songs.
Summary: First of all, my dancing skills are far from good, but this game doesn't focus so much on dancing. Even though it's called Dance Dance Revolution, it does require some decent footwork to get good, but you don't need any skills to start playing. The object of the game is to move your feet in time with the arrows on the screen. (Ex. Step on right arrow when the right arrow comes up and etc.)It does sound kinda boring, but once you experience it, you'll think otherwise.
Summary: First off, I LOVE this game. I believe it is the best DDR game I have, and I have 6 versions. The songs are unbelievable, the dancers well-designed, and the videos awesome. Songs like Spin Spin Sugar and Play that Funky Music are somewhat boring, though. But the trance hits like Sync [outphase]and Look to the Sky ( true colors mix) are guaranteed to satisfy. Plus, Naoki Maeda returned once again with his radical songs and remixes.