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  • Summary: The greatest dance party returns with smash hit songs, unique modes and more features than ever before. Get ready to shake your groove thang with Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME. Over 100 minutes of energetic dance music and new Eye Toy USB Camera support will have the dance floor pumping all night long. New songs and popular hits by BT, Duran Duran and more! New modes appeal to everyone from beginners to competitive dancers. Special "Work Out" mode allows you to track the calories you burn. [Konami] Expand
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  1. Positive: 19 out of 26
  2. Negative: 1 out of 26
  1. Without a doubt the best in the series to date. If you love the franchise this game buy is a no-brainer.
  2. DDR Extreme not only gives DDR fanatics what they need with new songs, but it also adds cool new EyeToy features to the mix. Fans of the series and people with EyeToys should give it a look.
  3. What I got was DDR with the EyeToy thrown in as an afterthought. It’s still worth a try if you’re a DDR fan or have an EyeToy and want to try something a little different, but Dance Dance Revolution Extreme just doesn’t live up to its name.
  4. 80
    Though most of the songs are poppy club music, there’s a surprising amount of variety and the tunes serve their purpose perfectly. For the truly extreme, dancing across two pads offers the ultimate challenge for your skills.
  5. Goes beyond the standard update and delivers some new styles of gameplay that freshen up the experience without sacrificing the things that made the games popular in the first place.
  6. Extreme's additions are extensions, not reinventions, and that's actually good news. With DDR Extreme, you know what you're getting; you're just getting more of it. [Oct 2004, p.33]
  7. 34
    Unless you decide to blow huge amounts of cash on the nicest floor pads available (and I mean the top-of-the-line metal ones, not the excellent Ignition pads that RedOctane puts out), this game is unplayable except with a standard controller. And let’s face it, this game is Dance Dance Revolution, not Finger Tap Revolution.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 14 out of 14
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 14
  3. Negative: 0 out of 14