Conclusion: In spite of the slapdash motion controls and shallow selection of game modes, DDR: Hottest Party still delivers on the level of basic DDR. The problem is that the game is a step backward from previous DDR titles in just about every sense—-and because of that, it’s below average by definition.
Summary: Seamlessly integrating the timeless gameplay of the Dance Dance Revolution series with the unmatched interactivity of the Wii Remote, DDR Hottest Party provides the most dynamic dance action to date with several new modes of play, an all-new selection of hit songs and support for simultaneous...
Review: Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party (Nintendo Wii)
1 October 2007
Excerpt: You know, I have to admit I’ve never been a big fan of DDR. This is partly because I exercise a lot in real life and go clubbing regularly, so it seemed silly to play a video game that combines two things I do regularly already.
Conclusion: Eight playable characters are making it into the final build, you know, those characters grooving in the background that you never really pay attention to unless there's a huge break in the arrows. In any case, those included are females Domi and Rena, amongst various others.