Summary: I got this for my kids knowing we were getting them a Wii for Christmas 2012. Game looks like fun, but there is NO WAY to connect the pad to the newer Wii systems (need to have the GameCube expansion slots). Very disappointed.
Summary: I had the opposite experience than the previous reviewer. We already have 4 dance pads from other games. My children (12 & 9) and I have had a lot of fun playing the challenges. It also has locked games and levels that get released along the way. We all love cashing in our points to buy more silly outfits to wear while we are playing.
Summary: My daughter was really excited to get this game, but after trying to play it she was frustrated and angry. There are no instructions on how to play the game, and my 10 year old daughter couldn't figure out how to play the games. You can't play with more than one person without having numerous DDR pads and there doesn't appear to be anyway to hook them all up at the same time. (And no instructions for that either!) All in all, a horrible product and not worth any money.
Summary: I haven't had this game for a long time, but for what I've seen and based on the minigames I've already played, Ultimate Party Challenge is pretty fun. This game comes bundled with the Dance Dance Revolution pad/controller, which you need in order to play; it is also sold by itself in case you already own the pad.
Summary: This game has a good premise: using the Dance Dance Revolution controller mat to play. There are a lot of minigames, but the graphics are terrible and the games are not fun. It would have been better if there were only 10 games and the developers made them fun to play with decent graphics. I think it's a great idea to use the mat to play, so I am giving this game 2 stars instead of 1. If you want a fun game that uses a mat, buy Active Life Outdoor Challenge.