• Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Oct 27, 2009
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  • Summary: Dance Dance Revolution celebrates its 11th anniversary with an all-new game for the Wii. The hottest selling dance game returns, with an entirely new soundtrack, game modes and interactivity.
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  1. DanceDanceRevolution Hottest Party 3 is a pretty cool casual game. You‘ll get exactly what you expect. There are a lot of game modes and songs combined with decent controls.
  2. DDR Hottest Party 3 is another solid entry into the long running DDR series.
  3. Nintendo Gamer
    66
    It's the same DDR as it ever was, but the inclusion of even more gimmicks just waters it down rather an improves it. Hard to recommend. [Apr 2010, p.66]
  4. Nintendo Power
    65
    It all functions adequately and adds welcome variety, but it feels like a novelty compared to the tried-and-true dance mat (which you can still use, thankfully). [Dec 2009, p.84]
  5. Official Nintendo Magazine UK
    62
    Hardly ablaze. [Apr 2010, p.89]
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  1. Yax
    Oct 26, 2010
    9
    This is the best DDR that the next gen consoles have to offer. I wish I could get some of the older songs like Tsugaru. Since my PS3 slimThis is the best DDR that the next gen consoles have to offer. I wish I could get some of the older songs like Tsugaru. Since my PS3 slim isn't backwards compatible, the hottest party titles are the best option if you only have your next-gen consoles. The previous 2 were very gimmick heavy, while this one is footpad only be default. The previous 2 title really got on my nerves with the gamey-mechanics that are less true to classic DDR. Hottest Party 3 really feels like the PS2 titles, and the music selection is better than the previous. This is a recommend for fans of the PS2 era DDR games. Expand