Summary: Delivered with outside plastic case broken(this is the first time for me to see something delivered damaged and delivered for a stuff bought from Amazon). Fortunately DVD software inside was O.K.
Summary: Bought the bundled game and pad: Game: The game has a new user mode, good for newbies who need training. It was not clear that you could only play 2 players if you had two pads (or the handheld controller), otherwise you must log in/out of your xbox to switch XBox live accounts between songs if you want to save your game. There seem to be very few hits / radio songs with many being similar versions of the same old beats.
Summary: I bought this because 10 years ago this was a fun game to play and it helped a little with weight loss. This sucks a bit, lets start of with the pad. Unlike the arcade ver the buttons are spreaded out a little which means you will get a few misses when playing and it sounds like you are stepping paper. The song selection is bad I had to buy the other 2 games and some DLC.
Summary: I've always loved the DDR series, but this game really fell short with the song selection. It was too much American pop with poor step charts and not nearly enough of the type of songs that made me and so many others fall in love with the series.
Summary: For many of my teen years, Dance Dance Revolution was practically an addiction. Yes, I was one of those guys at the arcade that people stopped and watched. However, I'm going to step back and look at this with less bias. Story: N/A (Dance Dance Revolution has no story.) Graphics are not very important in Dance Dance Revolution. It's just arrows moving up a screen with background images or videos. Graphics: 3/5 Music is the meat of this game.