Mar 05, 2008 03:05 PM #41
is the ps2 version the same as the arcade version?
Mar 05, 2008 03:25 PM #42
I love DDR! It's awsome and I was addicted for a pretty long time. Had some anime songs too (Excel Saga is funny to do XD). I'm heading out for expert level now. I'm between difficult and expert ^_^. I mostly play difficult levels, but there are some songs that I can do expert level on (Golden sky). Tiring, addictive, thirsty making, competitive and extremely fun !
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Mar 05, 2008 03:25 PM #43
For the most part. It really depends on which version you buy. DDR Max and DDR Max 2 are as close to DDR Extreme (arcade) you can get. The PS2 DDR Extreme is a lame knock off which failed miserably. DDR Supernova is a pretty close match to it's arcade counterpart as well, with a few added features; though I think it's lacking in a few areas (I think it's missing a couple/few songs).
Originally Posted by TheLastDarkAngel
Now the X-Box?? NEVER--and I mean NEVER, EVER, EVER, EVER--buy an X-Box version of DDR. I was MAJORLY dissapointed when I bought DDR Ultramix 4 and found out that:
1.) You have to download most of the songs that are in the arcade and Max versions.
2.) Most of the songs that come as default music are American songs edited for DDR. Such as: 'Let's get retarded' by Black Eyed Peas (which I wasn't TOO sad about) and 'Rock Lobster' by the B52s. ROCK LOBSTER!!! WTF???
So, if you've got both consoles as I once had (sniff, RIP PS2), your best bet is to stick with any PS2 version you can get your hands on.
Mar 09, 2008 09:19 PM #44
I don't think that I'd be able to play DDR because its a little to fast for my feet and I can't dance at all. I'd have to get a home unit and practice here first because I wouldn't want to look like a complete idiot. Didn't Lindsay Lohan do a movie where she danced with one of those things?
Mar 12, 2008 07:31 AM #45
Nothing is too fast for your feet except the mind of the person controlling the feet. That's why you gotta start at the bottom of the ladder. You can't just expect to be great at something that takes practice. You'll catch on sooner or later. I'd recommend playing at home until you're confident in your abilities.
Originally Posted by FallenSpiral
UPDATE: I went and played at a friend's house yesterday and brought my digital camera/camcorder with me. I've got a video of me playin' Tsugaru (heavy mode) that I'll be uploading when I get home from work tonight. Sadly, my friend didn't record the score, but I plan on makin' another vid to share with you all.