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Mad Catz Dance Mat - PlayStation
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The response on the pad is ok, about what you'd expect from 3rd party products, but there are better 3rd party products out there. The buttons don't register sometimes and you'll find that they get stuck after playing for a while.
All in all, this pad isn't really worth the price and you're much better off sticking with dance pads made by Konami and RedOctane.
I've had this pad for about six months now and it hasn't ripped, yet. I have one tip: once you take the pad out of the box and unfold it, don't fold it up again! The sensors inside move and wrinkle. Either hang it from somewhere or let it sit on the floor.
Final word: This is a good pad for the price. If you want a real heavy-duty pad that will last for a very long time, buy the more expensive ones. This pad is still good!
(P.S. I'm actually thirteen, but the age won't go up that high. ^^^)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This pad is soo annoying! I have DDR Exteme 2 and it came with a really nice pad (the original, plus nonslip!) and I was so into it that I decided to buy another pad. Read morePublished on January 8, 2006
I purchased this pad at my local Frys Electronics for close to $40 thinking I would be able to use it to replace some $2.99 pads I bought several months ago. Read morePublished on December 31, 2005 by J. Beeler
I have owned this pad (not exact one, in blue) for 5 months and all of my friends own this pad as well. Read morePublished on December 27, 2004
The Mad Catz dance mat is intended to be used with Dance Dance Revolution, a popular video game that "combines quick reflexes and timing with dance music". Read morePublished on September 25, 2004 by Riona
Just to let you know, the pad that I bought died. I got it around June last year, and now the sensors either shifted too far out of place, respond too slowly, or... Read more
I got this for Christmas from my oh-so-awesome brother who I'd been nagging forever to get me a DDR system. Read morePublished on May 23, 2004 by May Li
I hate aerobic workouts. They're abysmally boring. When I read that DDR Max 2 had a workout mode that would actually make working out interesting, I ran right out and bought it. Read morePublished on February 12, 2004 by bleepnik
Bought three of these matts, one died within the first two weeks, the other died in the first three weeks. Read morePublished on December 22, 2003 by Doomstone Von Keverwinkle
I bought 3 of these because they were on sale really cheap. One of the mats died within a week. They slip a lot on carpet so you need to put something under it or else you will... Read morePublished on October 25, 2003