Excerpt: Our illustrious leader asked me one question before I started to review DanceDanceRevolution II on the Wii. He asked me: "is DanceDanceRevolution still relevant with a dance pad?" I pondered that question as I stepped on the arrows. As I played some of the same songs in the Just Dance games. I danced to some of the same songs in Everybody Dance. Is it time for Konami to put the dance pad in the closet? Is it better to Kinect and Move?
Excerpt: DanceDanceRevolution is back and this time on the Playstation 3. Family Friendly Gaming was given a reviewable copy of the PS3 version complete with dance pad. The PS3 version includes compatibility with the Move. In fact this home console game can use the camera and put all kinds of neat visual effects on you while you are dancing. This is a very impressive feature. To me at least. Others were not as impressed.
Dancing to energetic songs makes active gaming fun.
Common Sense Media
27 March 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that DanceDanceRevolution is part of a well-established dance video game franchise. It is one of the first "exergaming" series in the gaming industry, and has come to be known as one of the most popular ways to stay active while playing a game. This game contains songs from some of the most popular artists including Lady Antebellum , Jason Mraz, and Paramore .
Summary: Classique mais efficace, tel pourrait-on qualifier ce quatrième opus de Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party. Le titre s'avère très accessible, et comporte des options de jeux très agréables, notamment la reconnaissance de mouvements apporté par le Wiimote et le Nunchuk, permettant de faire bouger le haut du corps séparément du tapis de danse.