Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova
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In the Middle for DDR Games
Jared Nakamura, Amazon
19 June 2011
Summary: Pros: The song selection contains more popular US songs than any other PS2 DDR game The Stellar Master Mode is so-so, but at least it's included. The new Battle/Attack Multiplayer Mode is addictive but not for the faint of heart Cons: Some songs, including many of the popular US songs, are very easy...
Summary: A couple of really good songs, but mostly just crap. Unlock mode is really, really, really confusing, so you basically have the same songs the whole time unless you want to spend 5 or 6 hours playing beginner songs in "Stellar Master mode.
Summary: DDR Supernova is the best installment out for new players. Its version of "Dance master" mode is well geared towards teaching people who have never played quickly learn the basics. The game includes roughly 70 songs.
Summary: Being a fan of DDR, I'm always compelled to get the latest Dance Dance Revolution game whenever it comes out. After playing this, I was happy that I had more fun than the other version of DDR that I've played.
Summary: One of the first DDRs I picked up, I love the game because unlike the others, This was the first to dip into more of the popular songs (Video Killed the Radio Star, Girls Just want to Have Fun, etc.