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: Seems like a cheaper version of a better game. Pretty bad songs. Not too motivational as far as dancing to the right tune goes. I think the kids enjoy at least jumping around due to the game play.
Summary: I bought this for my 11 year old daughter as she had the same for her PS2 many years ago, thinking that she would take to this one with the same enthusiasm, much to my horror she said it was too hard, and to date only played on this about 3 times in total, maybe its the coordination (hands and feet)...
Summary: First of all, DDR of any kind is amazing, and this game is no exception. I also love this music compared to previous versions--tons of new songs, and wayy better remixes of old ones. The pad included is much higher quality than pads that I have seen for PS2 versions of "Supernova" etc.
Summary: Overall, it's pretty fun; however, it's hard to get the timing down at first, especially with the hand controls, which can be very frustrating. I don't drag the pad out as much as I thought I would, but it still is something different to do with the Wii.
Summary: This game may be okay for people whom are unconditional fans of the "genre" but the performances and the choice of soundtracks really are a let down. I had more fun playing with Raving Rabbids 2 in the music modes than this game. Still, the execution, graphics sound quality are all up to par.
Summary: Though I love actually being able to get a DDR game for the only console that I actually have, Hottest Party is really only good for the casual player. I found it seriously lacked the challenge - and speed!