Cons: Difficulty levels never get extremely challenging
The Bottom Line: Great DDR game for those who are not the best at dance games, but still want to have fun with them.
I waited a while to buy this game because of its high price, but one day I decided to fork over the almost $100 this game cost and am happy I did. This is my favorite DDR game I have played (the only other one I have played is the Wii version). My favorite part is the story mode in which you go on a musical adventure. As you go through the story mode you must clear several songs. I found that it was pretty easy to do well enough on the songs and go through the levels. There is a good amount of levels to get through and eventually you do them all, but there is enough variety to keep it interesting to play. Once you have played a song in the story mode you can then play it in freestyle mode. I find this a fun thing to play and try to get A grades in all the songs on the different difficulty levels. To me all the difficulty levels are at least tolerable to play at in this version and after playing the Wii DDR I think that this Mario version is easy than the other DDR games because in the Wii game I find anything above normal difficulty too frustrating to play. Thus if you are used to play Expert at DDR this version may seem too slow and thus boring, but if you are like me and not that coordinated at the DDR game than this is a fun version that you can more easily totally master.
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