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- Extensive new modes, including a fresh new Workout Mode, fun new Story Mode, Kids Modes with much simpler controls and Lesson Mode (DDR School) to practice timing and the direction of arrows so that new dancers can learn the basic.
- Game bundled with DanceDanceRevolution dance pad floor controller for Wii with additional controller compatibility including: Wii Remote/nunchuck and Wii Balance Board.
- Exclusive gimmicks such as the Hip Roll and Bump Arrows appear in-game and built-in fitness functionality allows you to punch while moving your hips to get a workout in while playing.
- Costume customization of your DanceDanceRevolution dancer, including your importable Miis.
- Game include 2-4 local multiplayer support in versus mode and contains 60 tracks on disc, including major licensed master original Latin tracks.
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I've included a video in this review, for people who have never played DDR before. I originally made this video for my sister who is just starting to learn. Many new players try and move there feet from arrow and then back to the center of the mat. As you can see, I move my feet from arrow to arrow. I also alternate feet, I don't rely heavily on one foot over the other. Also, you can sort of see that my weight is shifted onto the balls of my feet, which makes it easier to move faster. I am not flat on my heels. Also, yes, I am wearing shoes while I play. I have high arches and am prone to stress fractures and I need some sort of arch support. The shoes I'm wearing are made out of that light Crocs material. The shoes are light enough that they don't tear up the mat. Finally, if you are new, keep in mind that it took me 2 weeks of playing daily before I could consistently pass songs on beginner level. Learning new skills as an adult can be difficult. I remember when I was learning to crochet, I wanted to gauge my eyes out with the crochet hook it was so frustrating.Read more ›
The one thing I would like to state is that the last DDR game I bought was DDR: Konamix before I entered college in Summer 2002. I have not played DDR: Hottest Party 2 or any other mix since so forgive me if I rave about a feature that was introduced earlier.
The first thing I noticed off the bat was the DDR School, something I wished they had included in previous versions that I had played. This allowed the player to truly explore the dance pad before going crazy. It went through the basic without making you feel like either an idiot or Grandma for inquiring. Similar to the beginner mode in the Guitar Hero franchise, DDRHP3 also has a relax mode that is way too easy. This allows the player to figure out foot placement, movement, and balance since it can be frustrating to get into a game and consistently fail. While most DDR veterans and casual gamers will not need to utilize these features, kudos to Konami for integrating a user-friendly set of features to entice new gamers since most installments just throw you in the fray.Read more ›
Dance Rance Revolution 3 for the Wii continues to have the "fun" features which makes DDR so fun to play alone or with friends and family. The dance mat controller was the first and is still the best controller for accurate tracking of movements.
There are different modes to suit from everyone from beginners to seasoned pros whose feet move faster than a hummingbird's wings."DDR School" provides an excellent tutorial for those getting started. "Tournament Mode" lets you compete in a "DDR Tournament" with different challenges (you can play yourself or with 3 others, but there's no online support). "Training Mode" will take you step-by-step through any song you choose so you can practice particularly complex moves. "Relaxed Mode" is for those who just want to play without any pressure.
As most of my reviews do, the rest of this one will focus on how useful it is for exercise and fitness (i.e. "Workout Mode"). And in this area, it is a solid winner.
Konami invented exercise games before anyone knew what an exercise game was. Long before Wii Fit or Wii Sports, there was Dance Dance Revolution.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The same game was released for PS2 with less commercial songs and it was the last PS2 DDR game released. Read morePublished on July 28, 2014 by JC SD
the kids love it. Better than passively watching TV or nodding heads only with the headphones.Published on July 5, 2014 by Laura
This was So stupid. It's not a workout & not even a game. All you do is step forward, backwards & side to side.Published on February 9, 2014 by t