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Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party for (Wii)

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party for (Wii)
alaScore 61

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party for (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 61/100 = Good quality.

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Ok, not the greatest, fun to play

 

I bought this game because I thought my 4 year old would like it. She basically refuses to do it, but I'm sure she'll come around eventually. I'm having fun playing it.

Work out mode, monitors calories burned

Loses appeal quickly, pricey. Hand motions a let down

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Great Exercise!

 

Dance Dance Revolution has quickly become a family favorite at my house. The game comes with a dance pad that easily plugs in. In addition, you also use the Wii remote and nunchuk with this game. The play options include: completing various challenges,...

The exercise and variety in songs

The difficulty levels can be hard to master

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Great fun for your whole family

 

I bought this for my family about a month ago. The game itself is very easy to learn and there are different ability levels so that everyone can join in on the fun. There are also different modes on there so that you can choose which type of gameplay...

Great workout, lots of fun, easy to learn, different ability modes

Not enough songs, some songs are too slow to actually dance to

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It's time for the WARMEST Party?!? Huh?

 

Konami cranks out another DDR title with Dance Dance Revolution-Hottest Party for the Nintendo Wii. This game has and had quite a bit of potential but unfortunately falls short this time around.

Great way to get into shape right in the comfort of your own home

Gets old way to fast

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disappointed DDR player

 

If you're a former PS2 DDR player and want to know if it's time to toss your old machine and get DDR for your Wii, then this review is for you.

good songs. you can shut off the hand motion crap

the mat is crappy. no catchy footwork in the songs

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Super sweaty, fun to watch, even more fun to do!

 

We purchased this "game" 2 weeks after Christmas after getting hooked on it at Christmas at my Mom's house. Now, my husband and I are about 30 or so and my Mom, well, that puts her at about 50 or so... Of course, she likes the music better than we do....

exersize, weight loss, maybe I'll learn to dance in expert? fun for all ages

takes awhile to get familiar with the music. gallons of sweat! having to share

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Fun Dancing Game

 

I love this dancing game for the Wii. The game is similar to other Dance Dance Revolution games in that you step on the appropriate arrows as they come to the top of the screen. It has the added addition of hand movements that require you to shake the...

Fun dancing game with more full body movements with the hand movements

Poor music selection

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HANDS OFF at this Party !

 

When you go to a party on campus or a nightclub, and get on the dance floor, what exactly are you supposed to do with your hands?

The best Party game available for Wii? Decent Song List

NO ONLINE MODES. Weak technology of Wii. Hand Motion gimmick

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OTHER reasons to buy this game.

 

In this review, I'm not going to reiterate all the great information already provided by "Gamerjet" regarding the details of the various modes, challenges, gimmicks, hand motions, etc. For that, just read his review.

Good music, challenging aerobic workout

Fifty songs is not enough! Choreography leaves something to be desired

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Did the Revolution finally get a revolutionary game?

 

The revolution has finally arrived on the Nintendo Wii, with new motion controls, and plenty of arrows ready to spear any careless gamer, but just how HOT is this party? Let's hit the dance floor, literally!

Several really good songs, Nice graphics, Excellent Step charts. You'll lose weight

Hand Markers. No Online Support. No Mii Character Support. Many songs are really NOT good