Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party
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DDR Hottest Party Bundle
Gurisu "Wii Pro31", Amazon
5 June 2010
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... all the little quirks were gone and it works perfectly fine. My only wish was that you could download more songs from the Wii store.
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. The score rating is a bit harsh and inconsistent the higher you get into it, but it's fun to play, so that doesn't really matter!
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. They must concentrate and learn the dance steps so they can move through the levels of expertise. They have quite a competition to see who can move up and become a better dancer. Well worth the $$.
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. I made a goal for myself to play for 30 minutes a day. I have made my goal. Time flies.
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. Only downside is that the dance pad is a fold away vinyl/plastic thing that takes some getting used to and the sensor pads inside ours moved after a few weeks - the game is hard enough without moving targets as well! Overall though it was definitely worth getting.
Summary: I am new to the Dance Dance Revolution games. We purchased a Wii and I was looking for fun games I would enjoy to play with. I purchased this game, primarily on the strength of reviews I read on Amazon.com. As others have mentioned, there are a few items I feel could have been made better: * Workout mode - It is really the same as the other modes, the only difference is that it calculates calories.
Summary: I got this as a way to get an aerobic workout that would be fun. When the product first came, I was quite lost as there are not many directions in the box. I went online and tried to find information there. What I found was helpful, but I'm still stumbling around a bit. I went directly to the workout section and there is no tutorial in that. A couple of weeks later I tried a different section and found a tutorial song.
Great fo the casual gamer wanting to move for a change
22 January 2008
Summary: Great game. I'd never played the arcade version, and fall squarely in the 'basic' rank even after a bit of practice since getting it. It was purchased on a whim for our new Wii thinking that maybe it would motivate us adults to actually get up off the couch. It has delivered in this much better than expected. The announcer's derision at poor performances can be a real motivator!
Summary: Another title perfectly suited to the "activity" theme that Wii is becoming famous for. Like the other DDR's before it the control scheme is pretty much unchanged and the three seperate paths through the game are pretty much typical of the other, save for the "work-out" mode. The game is fun all around and if you're like me and haven't spent alot of time on other DDR games, this one is easy to pickup for anyone at any age.
Two Left Feet, So So Music...but if your serious, upgrade your pad later on
blair "masterblair", Amazon
25 December 2007
Summary: I myself have two left feet (and left hands as well). This is why I like the Wii, easier to figure out my left from my right. ;-) I have never played a DDR...just seen others doing all these wild moves. I agree with one suggestion that being new you turn off the Wii Mote options for dancing at first until you get your feet under control, then add the hand options (remember, I have two left feet) The music is so, so but that hasn't stopped me from dancing on the floor...