Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party
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Its not like the old days...
X "X", Amazon
13 March 2013
Summary: I bought this for my Wii, and I used to LOVE playing the Playstation 2 DDRs. I do NOT like the weird arrows, double stomps, partner arrows. You often miss scores if you don't want to use the nunchucks (which I don't, the original had no HANDS!!!
Summary: I purchased this game as a means of having exercise when it rains or snows. I enjoy this game so much, I play on days when I have already worked out outdoors. I had a bit of trouble initially with the Wii Dance mat, but after pulling it out, smoothing it out, and breaking it in...
Summary: This game is great! It's got lively music, fun colors and sets and is addicting! It's got several different modes that enable to you play against the computer or a partner or with a partner, so that together you can beat more difficult stages.
Good starting point for DDR, better workout than Wii Fit.
ilex q. "songstress, piano technician, and espresso junkie extraordinairre", Amazon
29 July 2008
Summary: DDR Hottest Party for Wii is my first DDR experience (mostly because the Wii is the first game console I've owned since Intellevision!). Now that I've really gotten into the game, and looked through other forums on DDR, it appears that DDR Hottest Party is a fairly "light" game compared to other DDR...
Summary: I'm completely addicted. I wait til everybody in the house has gone to bed, and I turn it on. "IT'S TIME, FOR THE HOTTEST PARTY!". At first, I looked like a brain injury victim trying to dance. Remember in Footloose when Keven Bacon was trying to teach Willard to dance???? I was worse.
Summary: I am a mother of 5 and I bought this game for myself, mostly for exercise. I am plus size and this is perfect for me. It counts calories in the workout dance mode, there are challenges, and most of the music is older from the 90s so I know most of it.
Summary: I purchased DDR for my grandchildren. They love their Wii and really enjoy the games they can play. DDR takes it up a level. It gets them off the couch and moving, dancing their hearts out. It is aerobic, it helps develop coordination and concentration.
Summary: It is such a fun way for me to exercise. I have it set to count the calories I burn and that encourages me to keep going. Even though I still get "boo-ed" for my poor rhythm, I love it. Most grandparents would buy this for their grandchildren, but I had to have this one for me.
Summary: I have considered getting DDR before but I feared playing it one time and never using it again. When I watched people playing it at the arcade I got the wrong impression. There is a beginner mode for people who are not as fit or athletic. I have played DDR every day for the last 3 weeks.
Summary: For the price of a dozen roses this made an unusual and equally well received valentines day gift for my fiance. It's not only fun, but very challenging and has been getting a lot of use ever since.