Reviews and Problems with DanceDanceRevolution UNIVERSE 3
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Dance Dance Revolution Universe 3
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: The Wii is known for exercise, but there are calorie burning games like Dance Dance Revolution Universe 3 on the Xbox 360 thanks to Konami. The Dance Dance franchise allows players to get up off the couch and get some exercise. The song selection is the deciding factor for any consumer when it comes to a music game.
Quality dance game featuring artists' music videos.
Common Sense Media
9 October 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is part of Konami's popular Dance Dance Revolution series, which encourages kids to get up and dance and even feature a Workout mode to track calories burned and weight loss progress. Through a Training mode that includes metronome beats, handclaps, and adjustable difficulty, kids can start slow but learn about more complex rhythmic patterns as they go along.
Conclusion: The difficulty jump from "Beginner" to "Difficult" is still too sharp. Worst of all, due to a glitch in Universe mode, it is impossible to 100% the Achievements in this one. Dance Dance Revolution Universe 3 is the best of the Universe line. If you still aren't sick of stepping on arrows and Kinect is not in your house, check this one out!
Review : Dance Dance Revolution UNIVERSE 3 for Xbox 360
26 January 2009
Conclusion: This might be the era of Rock Band but I hope that DDR makes a comeback. It sure has never gone anywhere. DDR is one of those few games that makes the entire video game hobby look better. DDR is a perfect game for kids of all ages, adults and anyone that is not embarrassed to be seen dancing spastic pogo dances on a giant video game controller pad!
Xbox 360 Review - 'DanceDanceRevolution Universe 3'
24 December 2008
Summary: DDR Universe 3, featuring a soundtrack spanning from the '70s to some of today's hottest hits, offers fans a whole new experience as DJ Mode allows players to explore their inner DJ creating tracks and song lists to dance to while Quest Mode allows players to compete against bosses throughout the DDR city for a chance to become the ultimate champion.
Excerpt: The DDR franchise is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Many dance moves have been performed over the years in Arcades, basements and living rooms. A few pounds have been shed as well. I also believe that DDR is a big driving force behind the current dance revolution. Look at all the dancing reality TV shows and look how popular dancing is with today’s youth. You can’t tell me that DDR hasn’t played a hand in this dance revolution.
Conclusion: Reviewing Konami’s latest dance floor simulator proves more challenging than mastering its moves because it’s just so-so for longtime fans, but may be a must-buy for all those folks who can count themselves among the rapidly growing pool of casual gamers (especially those with rhythm in their blood.) So, if you’ve worn out a few dance pads in your day, you’ll probably want to skip this trip to the digital disco.