Summary: This game is great. It is very much like the arcade version. Stellar Master mode is a bit harder, mainly because the requirements needed to complete tasks are written in Japanese. Still, it is light years ahead of the US version. I also own the US version.
Excerpt: Okay, the initial tracklist you get upon first starting this edition of DDR really, really STINKS. I mean, Fallout Boy, Kelly Clarkson and David Bowie. Talented Bands and Musicians but certainly not DDR worthy. It'd be like expecting someone to DDR to Rammstein or Slayer.
Summary: This is a wonderful DDR, The song selection is great (*84 total tracks*) and I promise it's many times better than SuperNova (US) -I own both*-. This has a MUCH better licensed song selection (very few were untolerable-bad sounding).
Summary: Yet another "almost perfect" port of the arcade version. Has most of the licenses and all of the cool Konami songs like Flowers, and some brand new songs like Silver Platform ~I wanna get to your heart~. Definately recommend this to all the DDR freaks out there- an excellent game!!! XD
Summary: Worked great and nice song selection. But my dance pad wore out back in 2011 and some buttons stuck too much. Maintenance for the pad was a pain as well. If you keep a dance pad clean and working condition, the game is awesome. Strongly recommending a sturdier dance pad than what you get!