Reviews and Problems with Dance Dance Revolution Universe
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Dance Dance Revolution Universe
31 May 2013
Conclusion: The game's only saving grace is it's song selection. It's probably one of the best song selections among any DDR game yet released. From Driv'n by Nakoi to Summer Fantasy by Alien six to real life tunes by Cascada and Sugar Hill Gang. There's a lot of tunes to really enjoy here.
Conclusion: DanceDance Revolution is a fun game that will keep you coming back. It’s awesome track list of licensed music and more than fifty original tracks make this game a must-have for DDR enthusiasts and newcomers. Are you ready to Dance?
Excerpt: Need to get fit... Went out and bought an Xbox 360 before the Wii came out... Look no further! Konami's back with a new Dancing Stage title - the first to get a release on Microsoft's console.
Excerpt: There was a time not too long ago when the music genre was an oddity in the United States; when the mere existence of a game like Dance Dance Revolution Universe was so unique that you almost felt you had to check it out. And fans of the series?
Conclusion: In the end, I did want to see a bit more from Dance Dance Revolution Universe to really take it to the real next level. In a lot of ways Konami continues to improve things in this game, however a big part of me suggests that although this is a solid game there is only more great ones to come.
Xbox 360 Review - 'Dance Dance Revolution Universe'
7 March 2007
Excerpt: Genre: Rhythm Publisher: Konami of America Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment Release Date: February 27, 2007 Could we be in the midst of a Dance Dance renaissance? After years of similar sequels, Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA for PlayStation 2 switched things up a bit, offering an excellent...
Excerpt: Fans of Konami's Dance Dance Revolution series have learned to expect a few things. But after buying yearly releases of their favorite rhythm dancing game and investing hundreds of dollars in costly dance pad accessories, the time has come to start the process all over again on a new console.
Conclusion: There’s tons of fun to be had within the confines of the ninety-dollar price tag that DDR: Universe carries. If you can pony up the cash and purchase that shiny new, Xbox 360, dance mat, then you’ll be in store for hours upon hours of dancing fun.