|Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2 (Sony PlayStation 2, 2005) (2005)|
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|Gaming's most popular dance sim series steps out for another number on PS2, bringing new features such as online multiplayer competition and support for the EyeToy USB camera accessory. Internet-connected PS2 gamers can dance head-to-head against others across the country, and work their way up online rankings. Using the EyeToy, players can watch themselves on television, and use their arms and hands to interact with onscreen objects as their feet stay in step with the scrolling arrows.|
Like earlier PS2 versions of Dance Dance Revolution, Extreme 2 also offers a calorie-counting "Workout" mode and an editor that allows players to create their own custom routines. Musical selections featured in this edition include pop hits and electronica remixes such as "Oops!...I Did It Again" (Akira featuring Susan Z), "Genie in a Bottle" (NC ft. NRG Factory), "Wonderful Night" (Fatboy Slim), "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" (D�j� Vu featuring Tasmin), and "Play That Funky Music" (WG featuring Tony L).
|Game||Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Lyrics, Suggestive Themes|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||Dance Dance Revolution Series|
Average review score based on 86 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Alright well this is the second DDR game that I've ever played. DDR Extreme 1 Was the first one. Because that E1 was the first one that I played, I liked THAT way of sorting the songs. E2 Goes back to the old way of sorting songs. (I think?) So I suppose I still like E1's way of sorting them. But that has absolutely NOTHING to do with the game!
Ok well the game... It's DDR. You have a dance mat and you dance. I can do pretty good. I can get A's on basically all of the light songs.. and I can get B's on some of the standard songs, but it's really hard. I suppose this game was meant for the um.. people that can move particularly fast. I have a hard enough time getting a C/D on standard and some people can like get As on heavy and challenge! I don't see how anyone could do that. I can't even do that with the controller! I think they should have put a difficulty in between light and standard :P But that's just me.
The songs in this game are alright. I think I liked a little bit more of them in E1. But this one has Speed Over Beethoven, Look to the Sky, Look at us, BUTTERFLY!!, and a few other really good ones. E1 had "A", Cant stop fallin in love, Neverending story, and a few other really good ones too. I really wish they would have put Can't stop fallin in love in this one because that's one of my favorite songs.
Here's kinda a funny story. I.. obtained DDR songs before I even played the game or saw it being played. I brought a CD in for a 'friend' to borrow. My art teacher mistook it for a CD to play in class, and later we heard "Butterfly" being played in class. This one kid made fun of me the rest of the year because of that. I guess some people don't appreciate how good the songs of DDR are. Alot of them are remixes of current songs, which make them sound really cool!
I never have gotten to play the online version of DDR. I probably never will. It says "For broadband" And I live in the middle of nowhere so i havent gotten to test it. I heard it's not all that good...
Overall, this is a good game... if you like DDR. (And I do!) I suppose if you don't like technoish remixated songs then you wouldn't like DDR...
This game its very cool for kids as well as for adults, its has lots of options you can play by yourself with a friend and even online, as you progress trough the game you gain point that can later be used to buy new songs, also it has and advance option were you can play with two mats at the same time, its gets really dificult so watch out for your steps, it has hits and music you hear in the clubs also you can used random mode so the game will decide for you wich song you will play. You also get challange and every time you complete one challenge you unlock characters.
I purchased this game because I love to dance and work out. My husband asked me what was the one playstation game i'd like to have and I couldn't think of one I liked to play...that was until I went to my friends house and played this game with them. I was pregnant at the time but I still loved the different levels it had for then intensity of the dancing. It has lots of different music and each song has 3 different levels of intensity which makes it easy to learn the steps and allows you to gradually get better and better untill you master it. It grades you on how well you did with AAA AA A B C D E
The more "perfects" you get the higher the score. there are several different modes, "single" "verses" and "double". these allow you to play by your self, with a firend, or you can challenge your partner to see who can dance better. There is a work out mode, training mode, and an advance master mode where you can earn new songs, cloths, and awards. I really enjoy playing my DDR game. Its the Best!
The one thing I don't like about it it that there are so many differnt versions of the game and I don't have the money to purchase them all...they need to put all the differnt versions onto one game....the next game i'll be purchasing will be the one where you can use your own music and creat dance moves for it.!!!!
We bought this game with 2 pads for a very good price around 4 months ago and let me tell you that we LOVE IT! it has a bunch of songs and if you play and get good scores you get points to buy or unlock new songs, it has pretty cool videos,this game is played by 2 grown ups a 7 and 4 years old girls,they simply loved it! they love the songs with the pretty funny videos(watch Candy or Orange Love),we can play HOURS believe me HOURS! definitely a GREAT game!
This game is great for any DDR fan, it has lesson mode for those who have never even touched a pad, and a challenge mode for the hardcore dancers who are always looking for more.
This game has over 70 minutes of songs, so that means the songs will last longer than you can.
Online play is great, there is ranking mode, and vs mode. The online portion will be cancelled after the release of the next DDR installment, DDR: Nova
I recomend this game for anyone who wants to get into DDR, and especially those who have already been playing. This game is also great for losing weight, there is workout mode which tells you how much weight you are losing. And whether you do workout mode or not, this game will get you into shape whether you like it or not.