Summary: Additionally the play lists aren't as diverse, at least not from what I've played & unlocked. The original DDR games featured classic disco tunes, modern hip hop & pop, the best of the electronica world, some fun ethnic-inspired tunes, and a bunch of random Asian techno acts for an eclectic but...
Summary: After reading all of the reviews for the other DDR titles I chose this one. I am moderately satisfied with the music selection, however, I might just be a tad spoiled from playing the older DDR games which had a more comprehensive music selection.
Summary: Still fun to play, pretty good workout. Announcer is 400 million times better than DDR Universe (the bratty girl, "Well, I can't play FOR you!!") -- just a happy AA guy, whose taunts are said with very little malice.
Summary: Pros: It's DDR. It has a lot of new songs, and a lot of new game modes too. Cons: Inefficient use of screen real estate, especially if you have a 4:3 set, where it letterboxes. The arrows are small, and the "PERFECT", "GREAT", etc.