20 Games Like Dance Dance Revolution II()




No matter where you come from, how old you are, if you are a panda or a carrot: turn up the volume and get ready to unleash your inner dancer, because Just Dance 2018 brings out the dancer in everyone! The biggest music video game franchise of all time*, with over 63 million units sold** is coming back this fall. Whether you are a party starter, a young dancer in the making or a pro dancer looking for new challenges, it’s never been so easy to Just Dance!

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Country Dance is the first game of its kind for country music fans featuring more than 25 smash hits from some of country music's biggest stars. Players utilize the Wii Remote as they mimic on-screen dance moves to their favorite country tunes and earn points depending on how well the moves are replicated.

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The first European entry in Konami's long running Dance Dance Revolution franchise.

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Dance Dance Revolution USA is the second DDR arcade machine released in the US. It features a mixture of songs and gameplay enhancements available in previous Japanese releases.

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The newest dancing game from Majesco

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Another entry in the Just Dance series on the Nintendo Wii, Summer Party includes over 21 new songs to dance to.

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DJMAX Respect is an upcoming rhythm action game primarily developed by Rocky Studio in co-operation with DJMax Sound Lab Team for the PlayStation 4.

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A dancing rhythm-matching & button recognition game with up-beat Japanese music. PS2 update to the classic Bust a Groove series.

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Dance Dance Revolution GB 2 is the second Dance Dance Revolution game for the Game Boy Color. Once again, a finger pad is the replacement for the typical dance pad.

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Dance Dance Revolution GB was the start of a DDR series for the Game Color. Instead of the usual dance pads, it came with a miniature finger pad which could strapped onto the handheld.

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Kids can sing too, you know!

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'Jam It' is an arcade style 2-on-2 basketball game for the Commodore 64 and C64 emulators.

Do you get annoyed by complex controls in modern basketball video games?

In 'Jam It', one button is enough to make extreme dunks, jumpshots, shot blocks, passes, post up plays and steals!

Featuring the most intense plays and entertainment ever crammed into 64K!

* 1-4 simultaneous players
* Realistic and challenging AI
* 3 difficulty levels
* 3 unlockable bonuses
* In-game commentary
* Halftime show mini-game
* Comprehensive statistics

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The gameplay of this game remains relatively unchanged from the original game. New modes on Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3 include Tournament Mode, Relaxed Mode, DDR School, Hypermove Mode, and Wii Balance Board Modes. Returning modes include Free Play Mode and Training Mode. Dropped modes include the "Groove Circuit/Arena" Mode. It has been replaced with Tournament Mode. The use of hand markers have been removed from Free Play Mode. They are still existent in DDR School and Hypermove Mode, but are called Punch Markers.

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Sing, dance and act in the very best of Broadway musicals, from classics to the most modern tunes, experience the magic of Broadway in your living room!

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Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves is a video game in the North American Dance Dance Revolution series for the Nintendo Wii by Konami. It was released on April 2, 2009, Disney Grooves is the third DDR title for the Wii and the fourth Disney title in the music video game's series. According to a press release published by Konami Digital Entertainment on October 7, 2008, Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features greater integration with the Wii such as support for dancing Miis which can dress up in Disney-related costumes, dancing versions of classic Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy, as well as gameplay centered around challenging players and rewarding them with new content in-game. At least 40 songs from Disney are playable, ranging from famous movie scores to dance remixes of classic songs including "It's a Small World", "A Spoonful of Sugar", "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" and "Circle of Life". Disney Grooves supports up to four players using dance pad controllers, two of which are included with the game.

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Everybody Dance delivers a high-energy dance experience set to a soundtrack of 40 chart-topping party hits including Usher’s “OMG,” “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO, and “Barbra Streisand” by Duck Sauce, that feature the original artist’s music videos.

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In The Groove 2 is the second iteration of a dance/rhythm series made by Roxor. It's extremely similar to Konami's Dance Dance Revolution and is the center of a massive gaming community for it's ability to play custom songs.

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DanceStar Party Hits follows on from the original DanceStar Party with 40 brand new tracks, giving you the chance to perform your moves alongside your idols and perfect your swagger with real-time video feedback.

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Break Street is a break dancing game. First off you choose a dancer to play out of the four possible options, including the two man team of "Double Trouble". Warm up mode allows you to test various dance moves. Moves are triggered by joystick directions and use of the fire button. They range from simple moves such as the moonwalk to more complex maneuvers such as the head spin. There is a decent variety of moves available thanks to the same joystick action doing different moves depending on whether you are standing or doing floor moves. The main game portion gives you a time limit in which to perform your moves and rack up points. An energy bar on the left side of the screen diminishes as you do the more complicated moves. In order to regain some energy you can do a simple move such as uprock or the moon walk. Complex floor moves drain energy quickly. If you are close to running out of energy your character will turn red, warning you to shift to something less strenuous. If the energy bar is completely drained, your performance will be over and your dancer noted as being "beached out". It is also possible to fail at a hard move, causing your character to sit and cry on the ground, ending your round.

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