Reviews and Problems with DDR Max2: Dance Dance Revolution
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DDR Max2: Dance Dance Revolution
Into Liquid Sky
27 June 2004
Excerpt: I live in a small town. And when you live in a small town, cult favorite video games rarely generate any fans here. Especially Dance Dance Revolution ( DDR from herein). In fact when I saw a DDR MAX2 machine at the arcade about four or five months ago I was completely surprised. No one was playing it naturally so I hopped on. As an avid DDR fan since Konamix I immediately gathered a small crowd.
Pros: Modifiers make more difficult songs easier., Best track list to date., Edit mode lets you create your own custom dance routines.
Cons: Does not provide much of a challenge to veterans., Flashy animations still distract the eyes.
Excerpt: If Dance Dance Revolution has taught me anything, it's that I am undeniably, 100 percent completely white. Although I may play it off well in person, once I step on the dance pad, I have all the rhythm, grace and technique of a white guy. But, even if I am as white as Carson Daily, I still found much to like with DDR Max 2 . Graphics have never been one of the key focuses of the DDR series.
Excerpt: When the Dance Dance Revolution series got its start back in 1998, few could have predicted that it would go on to garner such a huge and dedicated following. Since then, the Japanese version of the series has been through more than seven different iterations, some of which just added more music to dance to and some of which made real enhancements and additions to the gameplay.