Conclusion: Now before i start this review i have to say that Dance Dance Revolution Max on PS2 has a way better song selection then this one does. However, that doesnt mean that this game isn't worth picking up for all Dance Dance revolution lovers! Graphics- The graphics in DDR are obviousely very simplistic, the extent of the graphics being 2d models of dancers dancing away at the music in the background.
Summary: Dance Dance Revolution is, by far, one of the best interactive games out there. Dance Dance Revolution: Ultramix features many hit Japanese songs, plus some familiar songs (i.e. .59, Can’t Stop Falling in Love Speed Mix, and Colors). You can also toy around with the songs: slow them down in the training mode, or make up your own steps in the edit mode. I, personally, am not big on the hip-hop-y types on songs on the game, but I do recommend that people play this game.
Summary: DDR is now available for your PS2 or XBOX! DDR: Ultramix brings in some new hits and new tricks to the game. Although most of the songs are hit Japanese songs, some of them are familiar such as "Castles in the Sky" by Ian Van Dahi feat. Marsha. This is also a great way to stay in shape because they have the workout mode. This can calculate approximately how many carbs you burn by playing each song. This is a great way to get in shape and have fun.