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  • Summary: Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the hottest revolution and bestselling dance video game! Brand new to the PS2 DanceDanceRevolution X explodes onto the dance floor with enhanced graphics, fun interactive gameplay, an incredible song selection and innovative new game modes. Awesome new soundtrack packed with over 70 songs. New mixes provide "continuous DJ mixes" of multiple songs. The ultimate club experience. Brand new LAN Battle Mode will let up to 8 players battle simultaneously through the LAN lines on their PS2. Experience the unique story lines of over 10 DanceDanceRevolution X characters in Street Master Mode. Create your own workout and fitness program through an enhanced Workout Mode. New DDR characters and enhanced graphics. Utilize the Eye Toy camera to implement yourself into the game. [Konami] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 2 out of 6
  1. With an impressive song list and up to eight-player LAN capability, this DDR will definitely get the party started!
  2. The bundle MSRP of $50 is surprisingly cheap in my opinion, but still not chump change. I mean, spending $50 on something you don’t particularly care for is a bummer, but spending $50 on something you don’t care for and having a bulky dance mat left over taking up precious space is even worse.
  3. 54
    DDR SuperNOVA 2 outdoes this title in every way and that's a game that's been on the market for close to a year.
  4. With unattractive graphics, a decent song list, and no real innovations, DanceDanceRevolution X is pretty much your typical DDR mix, for better or worse. By now, you probably either like the series or you don't, and you know it.
  5. 42
    Dance Dance Revolution X broadly sidesteps innovation and serves up another entry where enjoyment's purely a function of how much you like the set list. If you own any other DDR games, particularly last year's SuperNOVA 2, it's hard to recommend shelling out cash for this one -- aside from the new tunes, I've seen it all before.
  6. An average rehash of everything that has been done (and at this point, possibly everything that ever will be done) in the series.
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