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DanceDanceRevolution Bundle - Nintendo Wii

by Konami
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)

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Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Bundle includes game and DDR dance mat controller for Wii
  • Choreograph Style Mode allows you to dance with model dancers on-screen incorporating your whole body via the mat controller, Wii Remote and Nunchuk
  • Gameplay that features traditional mat controller input or Wii Balance Board
  • Four player support that allows for play using the floor mat controller or the Wii Remote/Nunchuk configuration
  • Dozens of well-known dance tracks and tracks created for the game by Konami

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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Product Dimensions: 13.1 x 11.3 x 4.3 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 16, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,825 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Product Description

With over 11 years of history, DanceDanceRevolution Wii comes back bigger and better bringing fitness, free movement and fun to a whole new level for all DanceDanceRevolution fans.

The DanceDanceRevolution bundle for Wii is a Rhythm/Dance game that blends classic, heart-pumping DDR gameplay with new Wii centric features designed to open the game up to less advanced players and those coming to it for the first time. The bundle includes a game copy and a DanceDanceRevolution dance pad controller. Features include: a hefty track list, Wii Remote and Nunchuk support, Wii Balance Board support, new game modes, unlockable songs, in-game outfits and more.

DanceDanceRevolution game logo

The Return of DDR to Wii

With over 11 years of history, DanceDanceRevolution is back bigger and better than ever. This new game bundle for Wii includes a free floor mat game controller as well as game copy. The DanceDanceRevolution bundle combines fitness, free movement, new control options and of course fun, providing a whole new level gameplay excitement to DanceDanceRevolution fans both longtime and new.

On-screen dancer grooving out a perfect combo in DanceDanceRevolution for Wii
Classic fun, but frantic DDR gameplay.
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Close-up example of Wii Remote and Nunchuk use in Choreography Mode from DanceDanceRevolution for Wii
Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to add a whole new and accessible level.
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In-game model/dancer from DanceDanceRevolution for Wii dressed in one of many available outfits
Rack up points to gain unlockable outfits and additional tracks.
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Multiplayer screen from DanceDanceRevolution for Wii
4-player support and multiple ways to play.
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Just as in earlier releases in the franchise, DanceDanceRevolution is a multiplayer Dance / Music / Rhythm hybrid game based on the original Japanese arcade classic of the same name. The game is packed with a blend of licensed popular and classic dance tracks, as well as tracks created especially for the game by game developer and publisher, Konami. The player's goal is to keep time with the precise rhythm of each track as they are queued by on-screen arrows that scroll up the game screen from the bottom. The top of the screen is the "step zone" - four static arrows pointing left, down, up and right. As the scrolling arrows pointing in one of these directions makes contact with like arrows in the step zone players indicate the correct direction and duration, again in time with the song. The more accurate you are in doing this, the more points you score, with even more points available as simultaneous arrow combinations occur. Success also maintains your life bar, while a poor performance decreases it, eventually leading to the end of your turn if the bar is entirely depleted.

Typically rhythm input is done with your feet using the DanceDanceRevolution dance pad - included with this bundle, but DanceDanceRevolution for Wii also includes support for the Wii Balance Board and Wii Remotes/Wii Remote Plus (both sold separately). Use of the Balance Board basically mimics that of the controller mat, only without the stomping. Use of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk allows for the game's "Choreography Style Mode," an integration of hand and upper body movement, which can be added to standard four direction gameplay, as well as an expansion of the the game's multiplayer possibilities, now without the mat controller. Additional features include: unloackable tracks and outfits for your onscreen character, motivational challenges, tutorials and a variety of coop play options.

Track List

DanceDanceRevolution contains a wealth of infectious grooves in the form of both master tracks and ones created especially for the game by Konami. A sampling of what the game hold is below:

Licensed Master Tracks
Original Music By Konami Japan
"According to You" - Orianthi
"Rescue Me" - NAOKI feat. Fracus
"Animal" - Ke$ha
"Dreaming Can Make a Wish Come True" - jun & NRG Factory feat. Anna Kaelin
"Bad Romance" - Lady Gaga
"Private Eye" - atomsoak feat. cerol
"Battlefield" - Jordin Sparks
"In the Zone" - U1 (NPD3 style) & KIDD KAZMEO
"Celebration" - Kool and the Gang
"Top The Charts" - J-Mi & Midi-D feat. Hanna Stockzell
"crushcrushcrush" - Paramore
"Let's Get Away" - NAOKI feat. Brenda Burch
"Dancing in the Street" - Martha and the Vandellas
"Hey, Soul Sister" - Train
"I Got You" - Leona Lewis
"I'm Yours" - Jason Mraz
"Love Like This" - Natasha Bedingfield
"Love Shack" - The B-52's
"Missing" - Everything But The Girl
"My Life Would Suck Without You" - Kelly Clarkson
"Need You Now" - Lady Antebellum
"Plastic Beach" - Gorillaz (feat. Mick Jones & Paul Simonon)
"Rio" - Duran Duran
"So Fine" - Sean Paul
"Venus" - Bananarama
"We Are Family" - Sister Sledge

Key Game Features

  • Bundle includes game and DDR dance mat controller for Wii
  • Choreograph Style Mode allows you to dance with model dancers on-screen incorporating your whole body via the mat controller, Wii Remote and Nunchuk
  • Gameplay that features traditional mat controller input or Wii Balance Board
  • Four player support that allows for play using the floor mat controller or the Wii Remote/Nunchuk configuration
  • Dozens of well-known dance tracks and tracks created for the game by Konami
  • Easy-to-master tutorials and multiple difficulty levels
  • Unlockable tracks and outfits for in-game models

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104 of 108 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game - Superior Controls November 19, 2010
By Debbie
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I usually don't review wii games but I think this game is far above average so I thought I'd give it a go. When I preordered this game I did not have high hopes as most of the songs seemed too slow to belong in a DDR game (I'm Yours by Jason Mraz? Not your typical DDR fare). Once I started playing the game in choreograph mode though, I realized the faster tempo songs would be way too hard, at least at first. You are moving around a lot - not just stomping your feet.

The best thing about this game? The controls are almost 100% spot on - which is not true for any of the other new dance/exercise games out there. I like Just Dance 2 - my movements are picked up much better than they were in the previous Just Dance - but it still misses a lot of moves that I know I've made. Same with Gold's Gym. That's the one thing I've always liked about DDR - since it uses a dance pad rather than the wimote and nunchuk it is 100% accurate. This game comes pretty close to that - even when using the wimote and nunchuk. The format, with a dancer AND steps and arm movements scrolling up to the arrows on the side, is extremely easy to follow. It may not be as much like dancing as those other titles but it is very fun and for me the instant gratification that comes with seeing my combos rack up is just what I need to keep me playing a little longer.

I did a few songs in classic mode as well and the ones I tried were fun and just about right for my skill level.

I know I am going to use this game a lot. Hope others are inspired to give it a try.

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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the "reboot" to the series fans have been hoping for November 27, 2010
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Dance Dance Revolution was a pioneer in exergaming. Introduced as an arcade game in 1998, it was the first game to use the "body as the controller", through the use of a special dance pad. The concept was simple: as music plays, arrows will appear on screen to the beat. Match your steps to the arrows to earn points. The result is not only a fun game, but also a great aerobic workout--so much so that schools around the country have even started to include DDR as part of gym class.

The 2010 version of Dance Dance Revolution was supposed to be a "reboot" of the series. It was preceded on the Wii by several versions over the years: Hottest Party in 2007, Hottest Party 2 in 2008, and Hottest Party 3 in 2009.

I'd given rave reviews to Hottest Party 2 and Hottest Party 3 when they came out, but I have to admit, the series is starting to feel a bit dated. When there are games like Just Dance 2 for the Wii and Dance Central for the Kinect out, where players are performing actual dance moves, the notion of trying to hit a pattern of arrows to a beat seems just a little passé.

There is a new feature called "Choreograph Style" mode which feels like an awkward attempt to mimic Just Dance by using a combination of foot motions and hand motions to mimic real dancing moves, but this falls short of the real thing.

It's starting to feel that Konami isn't really moving the franchise forward. In fact, the only real "advancements" in this version are that the on-screen characters look a little more polished, and the precision of hand controllers is a bit improved with support for the Wii MotionPlus. Hardly a "reboot" IMO. And disappointingly, there is still no support for downloadable content (DLC), which evidently the new PS3 version does have.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally Konami got it right! November 20, 2010
By Emi
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
My friends just bought this game, and brought it over to my place. We have been playing every night, and are having a blast. Playing with two people in friendship mode is A LOT more fun than playing by yourself!

And most importantly, Konami FINALLY got the hand motion detection down! All other DDRs for Wii that I have played have had horrible hand motions... The first thing I did when I turned the game on was disable hand markers. But on this one it actually detects motion! And not only that, the range of motion in choreography mode is great. Poses and punches in a variety of directions keeps you going. Admittedly, I found choreography mode to be fairly easy, but I enjoyed it anyway. Expert mode lacks arrows, and expects you to mimic the dancers on screen, which is kind of ridiculous. But difficult and easier are a lot of fun.

I'm still figuring out Balance Board mode, so I can't say much in that area. It's really a cool deal, but I have not mastered getting it to detect hip movements. That could just be me, so I wont criticize that. And regardless, it's pretty fun. :)

And of course, good ol' classic mode is great. Challenges are fun, music selection is pretty good, and overall my friends and I have been really enjoying it.

It's about time, Konami. Great job on this one! Now release a software only version, because I don't need a second dance mat. :)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii|Verified Purchase
(Member's daughter, Shannon, here.)

Shame, shame, shame on the seller for not disclosing that the dance pad - the only reason I got this "bundle" versus just the game - is NOT compatible with the current Wii systems. And by "current", I mean Wii systems since August of 2010!!! They only work on systems that are OVER 2.5 years old!!!

I understand that things change. But if you are going to put a technical product out here on Amazon and take people's money for it when it NO LONGER WORKS for people's systems, you must disclose this!! This isn't rocket science, it's common sense. And basic human decency.

The only reason I'm blasting my sheer disgust in a review right now instead of returning this completely useless item, is that I waited so very, very long to try it out. If I'd opened the box and tried it when I got it I would have immediately returned it, though I would still have said the same thing.

I don't know if I can express myself any stronger: the description for this item needs to explain that it is not compatible with any current Wii system! Too bad the reviews are placing all the "Most Helpful" first... since they were voted helpful a long time ago. I wish I'd seen the apparently many people who are saying the same thing and have been for years.

Seriously, Konami. Listen to your customers. Update your description.
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