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Dance Dance Revolution DDR Max - PlayStation 2

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Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
122 customer reviews
Metascore: 85 / 100

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  • The game features over 60 new songs -- that 100+ minutes of music for you to move to
  • Fantastic next-generation graphics bring the blistering excitement of the arcade hit home
  • New games modes include the Freeze Arrow, to freeze on-screen arrows and force you to modify your dance steps -- it's new twist to the routine
  • Edit Mode lets you create your own dance steps
  • There's even a Workout Mode that tracks the calories you've burned with your moves
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Product Description

Dance, dance, dance the night away in DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution 6th Mix. Get in on the hot dance. You can step into the spotlight and strut your stuff to hip music, including house, rap and R&B. Listen to the pulsating music and experience stunning graphics as you customize your own specialized dance moves.

From the Manufacturer

The global smash-hit dancing sensation comes to the PlayStation2 with DDR Max: Dance Dance Revolution. The most robust DDR title ever, this is the definitive version of the game, and has gamers jumping to their feet with more than 65 songs, including licensed tracks and international dance hits. The power of the PlayStation2 enables full-motion music videos and high-resolution graphics. Game modes include an edit mode, which allows players to customize their dance routines, and a workout mode that tracks calories burned during play.

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  • ASIN: B00006F2ZS
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,968 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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92 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Lloyd V. Williams on September 27, 2002
I love DDR. I play it regularly. I have been waiting for this game since June. But enough about me, heres some things about the game that might interest you.
1. Introduction of a new "hold" step. A new kind of dance step where you have to step on the arrow for as long as the arrow is there.
2. If you are accostomed to the american DDR konamix, you should know that another primary difference will be that the arrows go down, not up. They drop down from the top in DDR Max.
3. "MAX 300" - this is the title of a 300 bpm song that you will be able to play in DDR Max. Yes, 300. That is not a typo. I ran and hid after I saw someone play this song. (and I thought konamix's Drop Out, which was 260 bpm, was fast).
4. Ever notice the dancers? I never really paid attention to them, but i guess some people will probably miss them now because they're not in the DDR Max.
5. If you've never played DDR before, this will be a good place to start, a good list of songs, and future releases of DDR will end up mimicing this one.
6. This is the American release of DDR 6th Mix.
7. You must have a dance pad, all DDR games are absolutely no fun at all without one. Two pads is even better, because it enables not just 2-player functionality, but different game modes that utilize both pads at once.
8. The average framerate in the game is about 60 fps. (don't human eyes only percieve at like 39???)
I give this game an A++.
My only gripe about this game is that there could have been more music. Yes, yes, there are about twice as many songs on DDR max as on DDR Konamix, which is alot. But this is a PS2 disk, I KNOW they could have put more songs on this game if they wanted to.
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Gen of North Coast Gardening TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 12, 2006
I picked this game up for some variety after starting with DDR Max2 and DDR Extreme. While DDR Max 2 is still my all-time favorite (I own Flow, Pump It Up, Into the Groove, DDR Max 1 and 2, DDR Extreme 1 and 2), this game places second in my book.

It has good variety in the difficulty levels of the songs. Some I can pass on Heavy easily after a year, and some songs I still can't pass on Standard. There are some really slow songs with a hip-hop vibe and some really fast techno ones, and songs in a whole range of styles and speeds, so whatever mood I am in, I can usually get into a good flow with this music and want to keep working out.

There is a training mode just like with DDR Max 2, where you can slow the songs down and gradually speed them up as you get better at each sequence, which is invaluable for Rhythm and Police and Exotic Ethnic, two awesome but very fast songs!

The downside to this game is that it doesn't have nonstop mode like DDR Max 2, but the game mode is structured so that you don't have to keep flipping through a ton of menus if you pass each song, so it isn't as necessary as it is with DDR Max 2.

I am grateful that DDR Max excludes the dancers as I find them distracting.

The (nearly complete) song list (I've starred my favorites!):

22 Dunk - Slake
5.1.1. - DJ Nagureo
Abyss - dj Taka
*AM-3P - kTz
*Baby Baby Gimme Your Love - Divas
Brilliant 2U (Orchestra Groove) - Naoki
Broken My Heart - Naoki (feat. Paula Terry)
*Candy - Luv Unlimited
Celebrate (Beat Mania Version) - JJ Company
Cutie Chaser (Morning Mix) - Club Space
Dark Black Forest (Short Trip) - Steve Rhyner
Deep In You - DJ Nagureo
Do It Right (Harmonized 2 Step Mix) - SOTA (feat.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gordan Freeman on October 16, 2003
Maybe your not John travolta in saturday night fever, but we all like to get down and boogie-oogie-oogie every once in a while. And with DDR Max, now you can in the comfort of your very own living room. Lord knows in these days of McDonalds, its a wonderfull day indeed when you can play a video game, and lose weight. DDR Max does away with the dancing characters, and puts in a new twist, Music videos. The music has also greatly improved in this version (as opposed to Konamix) and in my opinion, the game itself is much more challenging. There are 4 modes of difficulty, Light; Standard; Heavy and the "secret" mode (I call it secret because I had no freakin' idea it was there, and found it accidently) Challenging mode, wich is flippin' hard.
One of the many great things about DDR is its more like playing an instrument, than playing a video game, its not really something you get tired of all too quickly, so paying 60 bucks for the game and pad isnt really that bad, if only because the games replay value is so high.
There really isn't any better feeling than beating a super-hard-psychotic song in this game, especially when there are witnesses all around. And I think there is something to be said for the fact that this game is amazing for parties, and get-togethers. Now, granted, its not the best thing videogame wise, and every new release isn't much more than a ton of new songs, but thats all part of the fun. My only complaint with the regular dance pads is that the bunch up under feet sometimes, and that gets really annoying, but there is a platform you can buy if you don't mind sinking the 70 bucks in to get it. I eventually adjusted, but sometimes, the vinyl pads can wear-out, hasn't happened to me yet, but its something to think about.
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