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  • Summary: The magical world of Disney hits the dancefloor with an entirely new DanceDanceRevolution game on the PS2. Leveraging some of the hottest and most popular shows and characters from the Disney Channel network, DanceDanceRevolution Disney Channel combines the mega-popular DDR dancing phenomenon with content that is cool and relevant with today’s youth. Featuring music and characters from some of Disney Channel’s biggest sensations such as High School Musical, Hannah Montana, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, That’s So Raven, Cheetah Girls, Kim Possible & more. 40 songs including other popular hits. Multiple difficulty levels so everyone can get out there and dance. [Konami] Collapse
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  1. I wish we could have seen a little more ingenuity in the title, but then again it is a DDR game, and I can't expect any drastic deviation from the formula. This title's biggest strength lies in its successful incorporation of the Disney material, and this makes it a title worth picking up for any Disney Channel fan with an interest in DDR or music games.
  2. It's the rare adult who will possess the constitution and fleetness of foot to stand in for more than a few perhaps enjoyable but confused, confounding minutes; for most of us, DDR, especially in a Disney TV-branded version, will not rise in our esteem much above spectator sport.
  3. The on-screen action is a little too bewildering at times and the song offerings aren't nearly as plentiful as other DDR games. However, for its primary audience, Disney Channel Remix serves its purpose, with lots of arrow stepping and various modes to choose from.
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    Even though Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Edition outperforms its latest predecessor -- DDR SuperNova 2 -- by offering a training mode, it still falls short of the traditional DDR standard in terms of song selection, online play and visual flair.
  5. Not that it's terrible, but we can only watch Kim Possible gyrate for so long before folding up our dance mats and moving on.
  6. Simply put, don’t expect DDR Disney Channel Edition to take the series to the next level as this feels like a buffer until the next true sequel to the franchise arrives.
  7. With poor cover songs, a limited song selection, horrible graphics and a lack of online play, the game doesn’t really have much going for it. Even the kids preferred the original DDR SuperNova to this game—a major disappointment.

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