Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova
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A very nicely done DDR
Anonymous , GameStop
14 August 2012
Summary: I have played a lot of DDR games I have to say that this one is one of my top favorites. It has some nice catchy songs that are fun to play and the difficulty level seems to be a bit easier than previous DDRs, which makes it nice for all age groups. The characters and the backgrounds are very colorful and neat to look at, and I loved the special arrows you can unlock (Gotta love fish shaped arrows!).
Summary: I've been a fan of DDR since I was really young. All the games for ps one and two and the old xbox are by far the best in the series. This game provides some of the best music in DDR history along with MAX and MAX2. New DDR games for the 360 and PS3 and Wii just are not the same. From what I heard, the 360 versions take around 12 seconds for a single song to load, and all they focused on were the graphics and not the music.
Summary: I have played all DDR games out there (except for the Xbox because it is flat out Horrible). This has got to be my favorite DDR series of all time. They improve the graphics compare to the other series. The dancers can get a little annoying, so I just turn them off. My favorite aspect of the game is the video songs for Doll and Xepher wonderful art for both. The songs on this series have got to be my favorite.
Summary: Sure, it's a bit pricey, but it's so worth it. Obviously it has the same concept as its predecessors, but the graphics are a lot better and clearer and interesting. There's a "spacey" feel to it. In Stellar mode, which is basically Mission Mode (as in DDR Extreme), you have to "conquer" the different planets to go ahead. You have to pass training mode before competing in "showdown", and when you do so you get the V.I.P. ticket.