(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.
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.