Summary: So after one 30 minute session, I packed up the pad and moved it to the room it would live in, brought it out for its next use, and it is already broken. The right arrow presses constantly. If I shake it out, it works for 10 minutes, but is totally not feasible for regular use. One use and it will need to be replaced. What a rip off.
Summary: I was really excited to get this game. Hadn't played DDR since the PS2. Pros: -Mostly good music - you can easily work up a sweat - mats are accurate (unless the pads move, which always happens) Cons: -The mats slide while playing. Would suggest adding rubber grips underneath. -The graphics are pretty bad and look like they were made in the 90's -the music videos during the song take up most of the screen, this makes it too distracting to focus on the game.
Summary: I was really excited when I first saw that wii had ddr. I bought it as soon as I could, only to discover that the choreography doesn't raise my heart rate (I use old school ddr, for my workout) and wasn't much fun, and the music is only mildly known hiphop or R&B?, nothing fast paced (or fun) at all.