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  • Summary: (Also known as "Dancing Stage SuperNOVA" in the UK) The hottest revolution and bestselling video game in the music game category returns to its arcade roots with Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA, the first arcade version to be released in North America in 6 years. Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA uses a completely new hardware engine and is the largest game in the series. Players will have access to over 300 songs from different musical genres and 2000+ dance step patterns. Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA is a brand new evolution in the DDR series and expands on every aspect of what made the original series innovative, fun and addictive. [Konami] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 25
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  1. The first game that offers an honest-to-goodness single-player experience that uses the tried-and-true gameplay from almost a decade of games to reinvigorate dancing solo.
  2. As fun and addicting as it ever was. It sports exceptional production values, a lengthy, unique set of songs, and to put the icing on the cake, ravishing online capabilities.
  3. 80
    Surprisingly combining depth and simplicity, Konami will really have to up the ante on the next one.
  4. In spite of not being dramatically different, Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA is a good game. As they say, it’s got a good beat and you can dance to it. And really, that’s all that matters.
  5. If we needed to shed some lard, this is how we'd do it. If we needed birthday presents for the kids, we'd buy them "SingStar." [Mar 2007, p.92]
  6. Basically, Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova is primarily a party game and if you use it in that capacity, I’m sure it will be money well spent. The addition of a robust single player experience also adds a new dimension to the DDR series.
  7. There's the usual workout option and a confusing career mode, but you'd be better off just going to a decent club. [Mar 2007, p.117]

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  1. KaleV.
    Nov 11, 2006
    An entirely enjoyable update to the series. The Stellar Master mode is fun, the song list - while being a bit 'mainstream pop' - is passable, and the gameplay is extremely solid. Great game. Expand