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Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 with Dance Mat - Nintendo Wii

by Konami
Nintendo Wii
Everyone 10+
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)

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  • All new soundtrack includes smash hits from the last 4 decades
  • enhanced motion capture will be applied to all characters for increased realism and customization
  • new stages with enhanced effects with over 50 unique dance environments
  • All new DDR characters exclusive to Hottest Party 2
  • cool new modes and features including the popular workout mode

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018BEG8W
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 11.5 x 4.2 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 16, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,724 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 includes multiple new and enhanced options and setting for players of all skill levels, cool smash hit songs from the last four decades, robust online and offline support and other exclusives. Bundle comes with the game and dance mat. Cool new modes and features include support for your Wii Mii on the DDR dance floor. Brand-new gameplay twists add to the next evolution in DDR gameplay while non-stop dance action with the new Course mode, various set themed song lists that players dance along to Brand-New Hottest Training Mode mean players can learn real dance moves and practice the same routines as the characters. Other features such as all-new DDR characters exclusive to Hottest Party 2 as well as the popular and familiar Workout Mode transform your DDR experience into a fitness routine. Not to mention, enhanced motion capture will be applied to all characters for increased realism and customization. New stages with enhanced effects are even better with more than 50 unique dance environments to choose from.

DanceDanceRevolution celebrates its 10th anniversary with DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2, an all-new game DDR game for the Wii. Packed with an entirely new soundtrack, new game modes and interactivity--including the ability to import your Mii on to the dance floor--DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 enhances the series' trademark interactive gameplay by combining the physically engaging, innovative and easy-to-pick-up-and-play mechanics of the Wii platform.

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Singleplayer mode in 'DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2'
Hit the floor on your own.
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Multiplayer mode in 'DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2'
Or play with/against a friend.
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Selecting a game environment in 'DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2'
50+ game environments.
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Charcter customization in 'DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2'
Choose your own look.
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Perfect combos equal big points in 'DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2'
Gestures & gimmicks equal big bonus points.
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Hand Gestures and New Gimmicks
Although loaded all the familiar mat mashing DDR fun, in utilizing the motion sensing capabilities of the Wii Remote, DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 also brings new moves to the floor in the form of Hand Gestures and Gimmicks. Hand gestures require players to keep time to the rhythm of songs, beyond the step pattern they dance to, by shaking the Wii Remote or Nunchuck. In effect this adds a third dimension to the traditional front to back/side to side gameplay, resulting in an even more full-body experience. In addition, if players so choose they can also up their difficulty level through Gimmicks. Through these players can briefly alter the game's UI--for example delaying the appearance of on-screen arrows--forcing them to rely on their rhythm instead of screen prompts and in the process pick up major bonuses.

Key Game Features:

  • All-new soundtrack includes smash-hits from the last 4 decades as well as Konami originals, boss battle songs and videos.
  • Dance mat included with game.
  • 1-4 player support.
  • Cool new modes and features:
    • Your Mii can now be incorporated onto the DanceDanceRevolution dance floor.
    • Brand-New Gimmicks, such as the Minimizer, add to the next evolution in DanceDanceRevolution gameplay.
    • More Wii mote interaction in the Dance n' Defend Battle Mode where players use Wii mote movements to beat their opponents.
    • Nonstop dance action with the new Course Mode, various set themed song lists that players dance along to.
    • Unlock hidden features in the Groove Arena Mode as you battle your way to the top of this new venue.
    • Learn real dance moves and practice the same routines as the characters from all different angles with the brand new Hottest Training Mode.
    • All new DanceDanceRevolution characters with new outfits, exclusive to Hottest Party 2.
  • Enhanced motion capture will be applied to all characters for increased realism and customization.
  • New stages with enhanced effects, with more than 50 unique dance environments.
The New Hottest Training Mode
Finally, DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 also includes a new lesson track system. Unlike the tutorial tracks in previous releases that relied heavily on text explanations, here players new to DDR gameplay will enjoy both video and audio encouragement and direction from their own on-screen instructor. As "left,right"…"front, back" etc. are called out all dance floor newbies have to do to place their feet accordingly on the mat and there you have it. You've joined the DanceDance revolution. So, whether you are new to the DDR universe, or a master of the disco ball, get ready to become the life of the party, the Hottest Party, with DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 2 for the Wii gaming system.

Track List

  • "Black or White" (Michael Jackson), by Prince Royal
  • "Makes Me Wonder" (Maroon 5), Sunshine Superman
  • "Tribulations", LCD Soundsystem
  • "D.A.N.C.E.", Justice
  • "Everybody Dance" (Chic), TSMV
  • "You're The One That I Want" (John Travolta feat. Olivia Newton-John), DAVE Y & TAYA
  • "All Good Things" (Nelly Furtado feat. Chris Martin), Hamel & Naughty G.
  • "Come Rain Come Shine", Jenn Cuneta
  • "I Ran" (A Flock Of Seagulls), Spacebar vs. Naughty G.
  • "Red Alert", Basement Jaxx
  • "Bust a Move", Young MC feat. Flea
  • "Can't Help Falling In Love With You" (Elvis Presley), Cut N Edge
  • "Feel Together" (Ben MacKlin feat. Tiger Lily), Mickey Disco
  • "My Destiny" (Kim English), ASHER
  • "Nite-Runner" (Duran Duran), Fraz
  • "Obsession", Brooklyn Fire
  • "Umbrella" (Rihanna feat. Jay-Z ), Haley Hunt
  • "Walking On Sunshine" (Katrina And The Waves), The Flash
  • "We Got the Beat" (The Go-Go's), Pop n' Fresh
  • "I Want Candy" (The Strangeloves), Pop n' Fresh
  • "Call On Me" (Eric Prydz), Flow
  • "Don't You" (Simple Minds), NoFoundation
  • "FIVE O'Clock" (The Perceptionists), Flow
  • "Scramble", System 7
  • "Tootsee Roll" (69 Boyz), The Block Brothers & Hollywood J
Konami Originals:
  • "Lesson by DJ", U.T.D & Friends
  • "Lesson2 by DJ", MC DDR
  • "Open Your Eyes", NM feat. JaY_bEe (JB Ah-Fua)
  • "Settin' the Scene", U1 night style
  • "STAY (Joey Riot remix)", DANNY D
  • "Unity", The Remembers
  • "Dreamin'", TOMOSUKE feat. Adreana
  • "My Love", NM feat. Melissa Petty
  • "The Lonely Streets", DJ YOSHITAKA feat. Robert "RAab" Stevenson
  • "I WANT YOUR LOVE (Darwin remix)", GAV
  • "escape", U1 & Krystal B
  • "No Matter What", jun feat. Rita Boudreau
  • "We Can Win the Fight", D-crew feat. Matt Tucker
  • "INTO YOUR HEART (Ruffage remix)", NAOKI feat. YASMINE
  • "JUST BELIEVE", Lea Drop feat. Marissa Ship
  • "LOVING YOU (Epidemik remix)", TONI LEO/li>
  • "SUPER HERO", DJ YOSHITAKA feat. Michaela Thurlow
  • "Desert Journey", dj TAKA
  • "Racing with Time (NAOKI's 999 remix)", jun feat. Godis (Heather Twede)
  • "REACH THE SKY (Orbit1 remix)", TAYA
  • "Closer to my Heart (jun remix)", NM feat. Heather Elmer
  • "Habibe (Antuh muhleke)", Wendy Parr
  • "Somehow You Found Me", DIGI-SEQ-BAND2000
  • "SILVER-DREAM", jun
  • "osaka EVOLVED", NAOKI underground

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241 of 245 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than the first, still could use improvements October 10, 2008
By Neera
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
DDR2 fixes some of the problems from the first version. First, it actually saves your settings (I personally got tired of having to turn off the hand markers every time I started up the game). Also, it allows you to start the groove arena over as a different user if multiple people want the challenge. And other seemingly broken aspects of DDR1 are also fixed -- the timing of arrows, difficulty level, etc actually WORK. I wish this had been the case in the original release. There's also more help for beginners, like bars to show the beat/arrow timing you can turn on, and the ability to slow down the song and arrows to take on a new challenge.

The songs - well, there's a mix of good and not so good. But I think that's to be expected. I got tired of dancing to the same songs over and over, so it's refreshing and welcome. It also seems like they're targeted towards easier play, with less difficulty on Difficult and Expert level. I haven't unlocked every song yet.

The graphics look better - both the dancers and stages. The Mii addition is kind of funny, but not that bad. You get a choice of certain Mii bodies to stick with your head, some better than others.

Basically this is what DDR1 should have been. If you've got DDR1 and felt shorted, I think you'll be glad to pick up DDR2. And if you're a beginner, I'd skip DDR1 and go straight to this version.
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156 of 165 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Warning: no third party mats September 23, 2008
By azariah
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I play these games because they're fun. . . I don't care about the quality of the covers or whatever, so long as they're fun to dance to. . . in that sense, this game is great, as expected. There are a bit fewer of the hyperactive Jpop songs that I like, but I'm not sure those had much domestic appeal.

One major warning: third party dance mats are not compatible with Hottest Party 2, even if they worked on Hottest Party 1. You can confirm this with complaints all around the internet. Those extra dance mats you bought for parties? Sorry. The fancy high-end mats you bought to improve your gaming experience? Sorry. You're stuck with the soft mat that comes with the game. Since most players "graduate" to high end mats and Konami doesn't make high-end mats, you're somewhat precluded from that. It's disappointing, but I'm returning my copy and sticking to Hottest Party 1 because of this issue.
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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Okay, I am not a huge gamer, and our Wii hasn't even had time to gather dust. But friends with PlayStation have been telling me about DDR for several years, and how much I would enjoy it, especially for the exercise aspect.

So I bought this package - game + mat. After a week or so of this, I know I will be making this part of my workout routine. However, I am not using it as it came straight out of the box.

First - this is a moderate to high impact routine (once you get into it). The thin mat it comes with is not up to the supporting older joints, especially when it looks like supportive sneakers would tear it up. (I've been using bare feet with much success.)

However, this is easily remedied by placing the pad on foam floor tiles (making sure to put something antislip under the tiles themselves if placed on carpet - I bought mine at Sam's Club in years past, don't know if they still have them now). Since you cannot use the high-end third party mats that have foam like this inside them with this particular game, this is a quick, affordable alternative, and seems to offer good protection (my diseased hip joints aren't aching much after doing this every other day for the past week - for the level of impact, this is amazing for me).

Second - treat it like a workout. If you have knee and/or ankle braces, wear them. Stretch out, and do five minutes or so of lower-ranked routines to loosen up. If you have a BOSU, do a little balance warm-up, too.

Third - you will want to tweak the options, but be aware you're not going to do that until you pick your mode (I haven't tried anything but the workout mode yet), your player format, your dancer, etc.
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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great exercise and fun November 27, 2008
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I've owned Hottest Party 2 for about a month now -- what a great buy!

I bought the game as a way to provide exercise without having to go to a gym. It definitely does the trick for cardio. I breath heavily, I sweat, and I feel lighter on my feet.

I'm a big guy, and I was worried that this might make ddr the wrong choice for me. Not so - there is an option to turn off "jumping" in the game. After doing so, I find it is pretty low impact. That is, unless you've twisted your feet in knots and have to hop a bit to make sure you don't miss an arrow.

I've never been a great dancer, and I doubt this game will fix that. (I've only made it to "basic" mode after a month.) Basic is plenty to get your heart pumping though. No particular expertise required.

Overall, this is a great game and definitely worth the cost.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars We love it! September 25, 2008
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have to tell you how much our family loves this game. We love the first too. Our boys are ages 5 and 6, and they would play it non-stop if we let them. It's a great cardio workout and a lot of family fun. Watching the boys stomp to "I Want Candy" or "Black and White" makes for a really good time. The Workout mode is better in this version as you can string several songs together. I knew most of the songs, although there were a few I didn't recognize. Overall, it's just a good time with levels for everyone to play. Don't take it so seriously! Just move!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
this was a gift for my grand-doughter she loved it
Published 16 days ago by Randy R.
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Published 3 months ago by Longknife
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
STUPID STUPID STUPID but the litte girls understand
Published 4 months ago by John I. Hart
2.0 out of 5 stars The songs aren't that great
DDR is one of my favorite games! I've played several versions, and the songs make the game great or not so great. In this case, I they didn't work for me. Read more
Published 12 months ago by Steph K
5.0 out of 5 stars Get your dane on fun and good exercise
This is a nice workout , dance routines. There's an area you can set up to use it as a workout and it will tell you how many calories you rack up burning :)
Published 12 months ago by roxann28
5.0 out of 5 stars worked great, bought mainly for the mat to use with other DDR editions
bought to replace an old DDR mat that gave up the ghost!

worked great - the hottest party isn't my favorite DDR, but the mat works with all of them.
Published 18 months ago by M. R. Smith
2.0 out of 5 stars Waste of money
Not a game for beginners. Very difficult. Graphics sucked. Gameplay sucked. Very disappointed.

I bought this game because I used to play and enjoy the originals. Read more
Published 20 months ago by J. Blair
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun FUn FUn
Good exercise, keeps you moving, and good play list. Wish the songs were longer so that songs didn't have to be selected so frequently, which allows the heart rate to drop.
Published 22 months ago by Shannon N Bundy
1.0 out of 5 stars VERY UNHAPPY!!!!
I can not use it with my Wii, It does not fit into any of the ports on my Wii. It will cost me about half of what I paid or it to ship it back AND no one wants to buy it... Read more
Published 22 months ago by shannon parsons
3.0 out of 5 stars It's all about the mat
If you are unable to the put the dance mat on A) a flat surface and B) a non-carpeted floor, I don't recommend purchasing a set with this type of plastic dance mat. Read more
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