Not as good as supernova or extreme but still fun!
13 August 2013
Summary: I am no expert on DDR but I love it nonetheless. I used to have a blast on my PS2 with supernova and extreme, so when my grad school roommate brought an Xbox, I thought I will buy this bundle for some weekend relaxation. I like the song selection, since there are a lot of newer numbers here, but it is very limited. Also, I would have liked the inclusion some of the old favorites.
Good Bundle, but Unlocking New Songs Is Frustrating
2 June 2013
Summary: I like this version of DDR fairly well, but the Club Mode is frustrating for anyone at all familiar with the game. It's the only way to unlock new songs, but it starts you on beginner no matter your capability and very slowly increases in difficulty with silly tricks and occasional level changes. Thankfully, I like most of the songs it come with well enough not to be in too much of a hurry to unlock new ones.
Summary: Its a great game but has too many slow songs to dance to and not enough songs from Noaki or japenses dance groups. Other then that the mat is greater then anything I have ever used before. Its worth buying just for the mat alone. It doesnt slide on carpit much unlike the original Xbox mats or the PS2 mats where you have to buy wood or something to glue those mats to. I hope this was helpfull.
Summary: I thought this was going to be a simple game, however it is much harder than it actually looks. It is a good workout. I do have to say that the user interface takes some getting used to. The music on basic level also doesn't match the arrow movements with the beat unless you change the arrow pace to 1.5-2.0 times the normal speed. I found the setting by chance, which has made it much easier to successfully perform the movements.
Summary: i used to play these games when i was in highschool and this was a cheap blast to the past for me. it was a ton of fun, the songs dont "feel" the same , if that makes any sense. i miss 3rd mix, but anyway!