Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution: Ultramix 2
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DDR - Need Americanized Version!
M. Gerecke, Amazon
5 November 2009
Summary: DDR is fun I'll admit. I purchased an extra pad so my boys (age 10 & 16) and I can challenge each other. Love the different levels so even I stand a chance. I only wish there were a DDR version with strictly American music and a variety. It would be great if a 50-60-70-80's version of American music were available!
Summary: It's not really a bundle when it doesn't come with the game. I was kinda dissapointed when the game wasn't in the package. Need to provide a better description of product...one that's not so decieving.
Summary: A friend of ours had the wii version of DDR ultramix and we had so much fun that we started researching for DDR ultramix for the xbox version because thats what we have and we didn't want to spend more money for the wii. We found DDR games and dance pads on amazon and they work just as good. You have to read the instructions well to understand how each game is played and how many people can play. Its great for parties or just the family and you get a great workout.
Summary: Wow, this game is something else. It's not really about dancing; it seems a little more like step aerobics. This is perfect for people trying to lose weight. As mentioned, there are many options and several songs, including some familiar ones like "Brickhouse" by The Commodores. Right now, I like the "Workout" option where you can see how many calories you're burning.
Summary: I play this game with my 10 year old and we like it a lot. We got this game after playing DDR Ultramix 3 for several months and we like 3 better. The songs are better and quest mode is really fun. I do like Ultramix 2 and would recommend it but if you are new to DDR, get Ultramix 3.
Summary: This game is the next DDR that comes after Ultramix 1. It has better songs, more easier ones in my opinion. But also harder ones. Seems like there is also more songs on here to choose from. More advanced look on this game, than it looks on Ultramix 1. If your even new to DDR, this one is also a good game, since it has the "BEGINNER" option to choose from, unlike Ultramix 1. Check this game out!!
Summary: Even if you don't know it by name, you've seen kids stomping wildly on Dance Dance Revolution machines in movie theater lobbies, at the mall, in bowling alleys, or perhaps even in honest-to-goodness arcades. Eschewing any sort of conventional control scheme, DDR demands that you follow onscreen commands that prompt you to step on a four-way directional pad in specific sequences and in time with the music that's playing.