Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
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... the dance pad in an effort to find some fun exercise in the pre-wii fit era
3 weeks ago
Summary: Bought this with the dance pad in an effort to find some fun exercise in the pre-wii fit era. I used it maybe twice and never again. The songs weren't that great and my foot eye coordination was too poor, I was just stomping haphazardly around. It did get my blood pumping though.
Summary: Disc was scratched and had many scuffs. Seller shipped promptly, however. The game was complete, yes, but the condition of the disc was not "very good." As for a review of the game: this is my favorite DDR game- I love the songs in it and it's a blast to play.
Summary: This game is meh. It's great because it's a DDR game but it's terrible because Konami botched this one up like a brain surgeon using a chainsaw. Yeah, there are a few songs from the dedicated arcade cabinet (under 8 I think) but that's not why it's bad.
Summary: The DDR Extreme Bundle is a bargain but not easy to get. (...) Pluses: - One of the rare games that actually encourages the user to get the butt off the couch and move around. - For first-time users, the learning curve is rather steep, but it's challenging and addictive. - The kids love it.
Summary: Having a sturdy dance pad helps 100%. But once you have it, the game plays nicely. DDR Supernova 2 is better overall than the others. But this game particularly had some good music in it. Not all good, but good.