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Dance Dance Revolution Super Nova

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  • 301 songs. 64 are totally new to the DDR series
  • The player must step to the beat, matching the beat to the arrows presented to them on screen by stepping on arrows on a dance stage. Depending on the timing of each step, the step is scored PERFECT,in GREAT,in GOOD,in ALMOST or BOO.
  • A health bar is on the screen, and starts half-full at the beginning of the routine. PERFECT and GREAT steps increase the health bar until it is full. Almost and Boo steps diminish it.
  • Tutorial mode helps players understand the game.

Product Description

The most popular dance game of all time enters its most explosive evolutionary stage. The all-new Dance Dance Revolution Super Nova will keep the dancers bopping to over 300 tracks. Fast stepping, hot dancing arcade action has never been this fun. DDR has raised the bar with a whole host of competitive features that will keep dancers clamoring to groove on the step-sensitive dance floor. Features include a 2-player battle mode, improved graphics, choice of music videos and 4 player modes.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • ASIN: B000JXE8YC
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,819,359 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Hoover on June 29, 2008
Don't waste your time, this is a blatant ripoff. The company that manufactured the design of the machine did a horrendous job. The pads are very difficult in terms of response. Even playing on brand new machines I find that I have to force a disproportionate amount of weight on each pad for it not to issue a "decent" or "miss." The song list is mediocre, which would guarantee a few days of entertainment, but after that it is something that you would find collecting dust within weeks. DDR is a great game, but out of the series Supernova with a 18,000 price tag is something to be avoided. DDR Extreme, the series that preceded Supernova, has a much larger song list with a much more frugal price (~4,000) with excellent pad and machine design. Better yet is a game entitled In The Groove. If you can get your hands on dedicated cabinet, that is an ITG2 machine, the pads and sensors are immaculate with excellent song selection and capabilities to upload your own songs and edits. It comes with a worthwhile ~$10,000 price tag if you can locate one, which is worth the cost because you can simply download all the steps and songs FROM DDR supernova, put them on a flash drive, and play them on your ITG2 dedicated cabinet. Do your research and know when you're being duped.
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I would have to strongly disagree with mDaWg about the machine. While ITG is much harder than DDR, DDR has been out for a much longer time and keeps its popularity going with DDR Supernova. True that some of the songs are off sync, but ITG also has some problems and isn't flawless. I think that Konami is definitely trying to work harder, and I applaud them for it. This is a great game, and if you have the money for the game, it is a great idea to invest it into this game, especially if you love music games!
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By Hitman on October 8, 2008
This game is is way better then groove once you get the synic set, the songs are just better >.<
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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Diamond II on February 13, 2007
Supernova is a pretty decent machine. The seems right(with all the licensing they do to make these games, you'd have to expect atleast this much). I've been playing DDR since 2004 and think It's the best foot rhythm game todate. In the grove is ok and pump it up....i just hate the 5-panel and menu intergration. A lot of people think In the Grove is a better game just because the steps for the songs are hard, which doesnt make the game itself good. There isn't any orignality with the songs or steps. Every song is just some generic techno. At the highest diffuclty all the songs play the same, no matter how the song sounds. I do like sound quality of the system though. its among the best. The pad is nicely made as well. to put it simply, DDR just provides a funner experience. when i play in the grove all i think is why am I doing these steps and when will the song be over.
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6 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Aldape on February 14, 2007
This game is one of the best rhythm games out there. If it wasn't it wouldn't be so popular right? alot of the songs are very original, upbeat and fun. If you're into rhythm games it'll seriously make you wanna keep playing all day.

I don't wanna hate on other games but here's the truth.

If you want to play a fun rhythm game easy enough for beginners but can also be challanging for experts play this game.

If you want to play an ok game with very difficult steps, generic boring music and alot of mod options play ITG. (no disrespects to ITG but the songs do kinda suck compared to DDR)
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8 of 16 people found the following review helpful By N. Allen on January 31, 2007
As far as ITG machines being better quality, that is honestly a lie. Since ITG machines were mostly over hauled DDR machines to begin with. As far as quality is concerned all the DDR machines in our area are in very good shape when they arrive at an arcade but all the ITG machines have sticky buttons faded screens etc and these are machines that supposedly came directly from RoXor games. I have played many beat games and DDR is great for Beginners. If you want a challenge don't even bother with ITG it's just a waste of time The songs are not as fun; the graphics are substandard; and the machines are very poor quality. Try Pump It Up instead it is just as fun as DDR and has just as high quality machines and songs the only difference is that there are 5 panels instead of 4. There are of course many others but these are the main ones I've seen in arcades. The DDR Supernova machine did have it's flaws but they are easily fixable according to my friend who just called Konami and was sent the patch to fix it. As far as buying a machine for home use at all: I would highly discourage any but the most devoted DDR fans from doing so. You can buy some very nice hard pads like the ones from [...] or the ones from [...] then invest in some of the home games. You can get both the american and japanese ones plus some great eruopean mixes too right here at amazon. Happy Dancing!
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19 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Arcade Owner on December 26, 2006
That is the price they sell for. It does not matter if it's for home use or you are in the arcade business, you will have to pay this price to get this machine.
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16 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Alanna Evans on January 2, 2007
And this is what they cost. Those whining about the price: THIS IS WHAT YOU PAY! Used machines are cheaper but for a brand new one, that price is about right. About the machine itself: I dont own one or have played this version but most DDR machines are sturdy and reliable. Especially for a machine that gets pounded on.
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