(Update) - Half usable on new Wii, poor directions.
Matt M, Amazon
18 June 2013
Summary: Got this figuring I could use it with the Gamecube-to-Wiimote adapters - the game detected it correctly as a classic controller but didn't let me pick it for a dance mat...apparently the dance mat has to be plugged into the same gamecube port as the wiimote that dancer has. Worthless for new Wii that doesn't have gamecube ports.
Summary: DDR has been a craze for asian kids for many years and now I see why. This is fun and functional. My wife loves the exercise she gets and my daughter (4 years old) just loves everything else about it.
Summary: This DDR game features many songs from the DDR X3 arcade version. However, it doesn't feature many of the good ones. This is a very casual DDR, and it lacks many features. DDR II is a much better game if you are a hardcore DDR fan.
Summary: I thought that this would be more fun. I have loved all of my Wii games up to now, but this seems confusing and hard to follow. But I cannot really be upset, it was only five bucks and I was able to give it to the Boys and Girls club, they were happy to receive it.
Summary: I like the game. The dance pad is good quality. However, this dance pad only works with the older/ original version of the WII. It uses a game cube controller hook up to attach the dance pad and the newer version of the wii doesn't have this slot in it. The seller should provide this information in the product description.
Summary: got this game for the wife and 9 yr old kid. they both enjoyed the first DDR for the wii but wanted more song selections. the first thing they noticed with DDR2 was the hand movements (requiring the nunchuck and wiimote) were gone and the game reverted back to its arcade roots of only foot movements. the dancing characters also lost the ability to follow the actual movements. they just randomly dance to their own beat. sometimes moving fast even on a slow song.