Metascore
70

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
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  1. 73
    When my time on the mat was done, I felt like I had just gotten done with one of the 173 other versions of the game. There's nothing that makes this one stand out.
  2. Although SuperNOVA 2 is an instant party in box allowing me to find a new appreciation for this type of game I can’t help but think it maybe too much of the same for DDR veterans out there.
  3. 70
    DDR: SuperNOVA 2 doesn't bring much new to the table, but it does execute some of the tried-and-true series staples better than its predecessors. As a first DDR or a workout tool, it's a great place to step in, but series veterans should consider it yet another slight tweak on a game that's nearly played out.
  4. In the end, SuperNova 2 really doesn't do a whole lot to add anything new or fresh to the dance game scene, and is thus “just another sequel.” Fans of DDR will have fun with this one, but may feel that the price tag might be a bit much for what comes down to a glorified song expansion off of SuperNova original.
  5. Overall, it seems as though the PS2 is on its last legs and this is one last way for Konami to cash in.
  6. This series badly needs to learn some new moves.

Awards & Rankings

#70 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2007
#49 Most Shared PS2 Game of 2007
User Score
8.0

Generally favorable reviews- based on 4 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Aug 2, 2015
    7
    This was the first DDR game I ever played, and I still love it. I like that All Music is now a default option as it always should have been.This was the first DDR game I ever played, and I still love it. I like that All Music is now a default option as it always should have been. However, the game doesn't bring much new to the table, to the point that the story mode got even simpler. Also, the DDR Universe song selection isn't what a lot of people are looking for, cheating you out of Pluto and many other good songs.

    If this is your first or second game, you should definitely buy it, but if you already own a few games, Stepmania with a USB mat connecter for your computer is much better.
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  2. JennaS.
    Jan 6, 2008
    9
    I think the game is great. This was my first experience with one of these dance games and my 9 year old son and I both love it. We had no I think the game is great. This was my first experience with one of these dance games and my 9 year old son and I both love it. We had no idea what to do at first but figured it out within a few minutes. My 5 year old daughter can't quite get the hang of yet though. It is a lot of fun and I love that you are getting good exercise while having fun! What a perfect combination! I am now using it to do my daily workouts (in workout mode) and find myself continuing to play for several hours after my workout is complete just because I'm having so much fun! You sure don't see that happening on a treadmill! The only complaints I have are that commands are somewhat hard to understand because you can get any kind of mat to go with it and the symbols don't always look alike. The way we found to combat this is by hooking a regular game controller up to the "player 2" slot and navigating with that. Works great. I also don't like how sometimes it doesn't register your steps even when you did hit the right key but that is a mat issue too. The game itself has no problems and we are thrilled with our new toy! We can't wait to buy a second mat so we can battle against each other! We already tried that on the online option which was really cool. Enjoy! Full Review »