Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
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S. Thomas "manga fanatic", Amazon
20 February 2011
Summary: The game arrived in the condition it was promised and played as it was advertised! I like it, but since I usually use workout mode, I don't like how this one has it all combined into one..so I can only do 5 songs before going through everything and starting it over again-- oh well!
Summary: Coming from DDR Extreme 2, I felt this version was a little less... advanced. Other than that, I like that this version has more "real DDR" songs and not "American" songs. I would recommend purchasing this.
Summary: I have played DDR in arcades before, but this is the first time I owned the game for my new (I know, I am very behind) PS2. I like playing, and played without reading the manual. So I got to be pleasantly surprised by lots of things, like new songs appearing and getting an AA rating on beginner mode. I didn't like playing with the eye toy though, that was just weird.
Summary: I like this game due to the fun songs it has. I had this game in the past, but the disc got damaged, so I had been without, trying other versions. But I bought this again because of the songs!
Summary: Even though you can't turn the jumps off, this is still pretty good.Unfortunately you can't use it with all brands of game pads.So far, my Gamestop brand pad worked, but my friend's had a different brand that didn't work with either Extreme 1 or an older demo disk of DDRMax..I liked that you could dance to Culture Club and Duran Duran and other cool songs. This is still a great game to get even if you can't turn off what you don't want.
Summary: I recommend this game! My daughter who is ten loves it and so do I!.....some songs are a little hard to get all the steps but it just makes you want to practice more!...its also a good workout!
Summary: The DDR games are probably the best PS2 games around. My sister doesn't have a taste for this music, but that's because she doesn't have an open mind. That's why I think Bemani (Konami's music brand) Should make some sort of make your own DDR game. You can stick the PS2 disk into a PC DVD-Rom drive and download your own flavor of music onto a certain section of the disk. From there, you can put the disk into the PS2 and create the dance steps in edit mode.