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 balanced mix.
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. The Game arrived in very quicker than I anticipated and in great condition. I love the DDR titles and I'll be playing them for a long time.
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. Still not thrilled with loading times, and (though true of all my DDR iterations except PS2's Konamix version) it STILL doesn't accumulate calories! Only counts them PER SONG -- that is so stupid!
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. text that appears when you take a step is waaaay too big--it hides a whole row of arrows near the top.