Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party 2
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DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2
Family Friendly Gaming
11 February 2013
Excerpt: DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 is one of the latest exercise video games to appear on the Nintendo Wii. Players get to Bust a Move (literally) in this Wii title that lets players work it out (again literally). The music videos that are shown during certain songs is an interesting touch. DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 is a sequel that many families will be interested in. The WMG sees a few problems in this Nintendo Wii title.
Arm movement & your personal Mii join the dancing.
Common Sense Media
1 March 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this is the second such title to come out on the Nintendo Wii in the Dance Dance Revolution series. This title builds on the first version by adding new modes and gimmicks to the series, as well as over fifty new songs to dance to. Kids will see dancers in somewhat skimpy outfits and some of the lyrics have make references to sexual matters.
Conclusion: Overall, Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party 2 was definitely a disappointment. The original Hottest Party did a lot for the franchise by adding the hand movements, and it would have been nice to see some more innovation implemented in the sequel. As it stands, however, Hottest Party 2 is almost exactly the same as its predecessor, just with different songs. Since the majority of those aren't even that good, it's better to just pass on this party.
Wii Review- 'DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2'
3 October 2008
Summary: Featuring exciting new gameplay that combines the physically engaging, innovative and easy-to-pick-up-and-play mechanics of the Wii platform, the game offers four-player multiplayer, Wii Remote and Nunchuck support, smash hits from the last four decades, and entirely new modes.
Conclusion: Other than that, the same foot stepping, Wii remote and nunchuk-gesturing action will be there for all to enjoy. We know nothing of the song list, but then again, when has that ever stopped anyone? If you're a DDR fanatic, or just a gamer who appreciates exercise games, then Hottest Party 2 could rock your neighborhood later next week.