Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party
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Other converter needed for first generation Nintendo Wii
Kathy Smith, Amazon
28 December 2013
Summary: This is a great product for turning your Wii playtime into exercise, however, there is a wee problem. If you have the first generation Nintendo Wii, you have to purchase a Dance Pad Cable Converter for it to hook up. There is no port for the semi-circle cable to plug into.
Summary: This was the first Dance Dance Revolution game that was released for the Wii. It comes with dance mat that is in a 3x3 format. It has a right, left, forward, and back arrow. The top right button is an A and the top left button is B.
Summary: I bought this for my 13 year old son who loves to dance. We tried it at a party and it was a hit. It is hard to follow at times, but the songs are great and the kids love it. Turn off the boos though!
Summary: For us older generation, it takes a bit to learn. But it is a lot of fun. I'm a bit disappointed that when you set the timer for workout mode that you have to pause so long between songs and choose another song.
Summary: i bought this game as a way to excercise that would be fun and make me want to do it. i had debated which system i wanted to buy the ddr game for, and ended up choosing wii because of the song list on the box.
Summary: the product was shipped much faster than expected, let us to start the party before it was planned. The only cons so far if we can add some more songs. Other than that we hardly scratched the surface of the game yet. It's recommended!!
Summary: So far this looks like quite a winner. We also bought a second mat, so two of them dance at once. The second mat is highly recommended to make this a more social exercise. It doesn't really resemble dancing, but at least it provides a bit of exercise trying to keep up.
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.