Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova
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Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova
6 December 2006
Excerpt: There’s really not much to be said for the graphics in Dance Dance Revolution , as they haven’t really changed much over the years. You’ve either got psychedelic patterns in the background with your choice of characters in the foreground and the arrows scrolling up the screen, or you’ve got a music video behind the arrows that are scrolling up the screen. In Supernova , you’ll find it’s pretty much the same.
Excerpt: This version of DDR seems to be lacking in both the music area and new content. The music is decent at best, and there are really no new show stopper features to speak of. The only real upgrade is the background character dance movements, the appear to be more fluid and realistic much like the XBox version. The Eye Toy can be used with this version as with the previous version.
Summary: Parents need to know that this game will get your teens and tweens up off the couch and moving. This series of games is actually being used in some schools to get kids excited about exercise. While you can buy the game without the dance pad controller and use the gamepad, it isn't recommended. Playing with a game controller eliminates almost all of the exercise benefits and is ultimately too easy -- and not as much fun. Some of the pop songs contain suggestive lyrics.
Excerpt: I remember a few years back, when I made a trip to Korea for work. There wasn't a whole hell of a lot to do there besides work and drink soju (a Korean rice alcohol that tastes like watered down vodka). Surprisingly after we got sick of both of the prior options we decided to set out on our own and find something to do.