Summary: I bought this with the intension of getting a little exersize. The pad is durable, but you can slip around on it and sometimes it's hard to find your footing. Other than that, its a pretty decent game.
TKK "Teamwork is when everyone runs around to do what I command.", Amazon
21 January 2014
Summary: It is not quite as fun as it used to be in arcade. But that was to be expected. However, some of the song did not match the screen. Songs had slight delay so that if you press the pad according to the song, you'd be split second late. That was a bit frustrating.
Summary: This game was supposed to come with the dance mat but it didn't so I had to purchase the mat separately (which runs about $40-$50). I don't think you get the full effect of the game without the dance mat so if you're not willing to make the addtional investment then I wouldn't purchase the game.
Summary: the bundle is cool i mean for the price it was way cheaper to go this route rather than buying the mat by itself however i was disappointed in this ddr game because its nothing like the ps2 version which was better.
Summary: The music on this game is pretty awful, hardly anything like the traditional happy japanese pop that was actually fun to stomp to. DDR Universe is okay to play through once but it really lacks the addicting quality of the old games.
Summary: If you are familiar with DDR, this is, in many ways, more of the same. However, this first outing for the franchise on xbox 360 is a bit of a miss. First off, the song list is annoyingly short.
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...