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- Microfiber non-slip material mat prevents from moving around on carpet or hardwood floor
- Multi Platform 4 in 1 Connector PS/PS2, Wii, Xbox, and PC
- Groove Textured Arrows
- Curl Resistant
- PS2 dance pad; wii dance pad; tough dance pad; universal dance pad
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DDRGame proudly introduces the DDR Tough Non-Slip Dance Platform. Built with durability, comfort and performance in mind, the DDR Tough Non-Slip Dance Platform represents a new series of dance platforms that will transform your way of playing DDR. The DDR Tough Non-Slip Dance Platform is the first dance platform that features intelligent groove-texture arrows on the dance surface. The strategically crafted and placed groove textures allow you to differentiate your steps on the dance surface; they give players a greater sense of awareness and coordination. In addition, stepping on the groove textures soothe your sore and tired feet. The DDR Tough Non-Slip Dance Platform features a high graded EVA dancing surface that significantly reduces tear upon the dance mat, and its tough dancing surface provides curl resistant so that your dance pad will not curl upwards over extended periods of playing time. Its non-slip bottom is made with a specially designed microfiber material that prevents the platform from moving around on carpet or hardwood floor.
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I purchased this product for my PlayStation 2 because I wanted to get back into playing Dance Dance Revolution. I used to play mainly on Heavy mode, and I noticed the arrows weren’t registering to the TV. I thought maybe I was just a little rusty, but even switching the difficulty to Beginner, the arrows still weren’t registering. I tried other suggestions of leaving the dance pad out to flatten, used it on different systems (where applicable), but the product still didn’t work. If you’re a seasoned DDR enthusiast, unfortunately this pad isn’t for you. It also slides around on both carpet and hardwood.
Customer Service was extremely responsive to my issues and offered me a refund. Although it didn’t work for me, I appreciate them standing behind their product and allowing me to return it.
THE BAD: I wouldn't call it non-slip or slip-resistant at all. The material on the back is made of cloth or something. So, if you end up purchasing this mat, I'd suggest putting something below it. I ended up buying those foam "puzzle" mats they use at daycares. I really can't stress enough, if you try to put this mat on the ground, it will move around a lot! Unless you're playing on basic or maybe even difficult.
OTHER NOTES: It's a huge step up from the Konami mats; just don't expect it to stay put in one place. If you don't have enough for a decent metal mat, I'd definitely suggest this as an alternative.
This "tough pad" pad however is pretty bad even though it looks very similar. It is foldable, which might be nice except it never lays flat. Buttons sometimes fail to press or don't stay pressed, making large combos next to impossible. Despite being 'tough' the internals wear out very quickly because of the flexing.
If you aren't going to go with a metal pad then the expensive tough pad (1" foam) is the best there is. It's still overpriced and isn't as durable as it should be for the price, but with one manufacturer there's nothing to do about it.
Since it is harder than a normal pad, the corners don't fold upwards. It actually stays flush with the ground!
Sure, when I have more money I may eventually buy a fancy metal pad for hundreds of $$$. For the moment, this fifty-some dollar pad is by far the best!
Says non-slip, but so does every soft pad- honestly, it slips a lot less than some others I've had.
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should work fine for 32bit, but because it doesnt work on 64bit i cannot play...Read more