Rated 9.5 out of 10 by 4
Rated 8 out of 10 by rj256758 it pretty good
its a pretty good game its just a classic dance dance revolution game nothing new but still fun. song list is okay it has songs like genie in a bottle and crazy in love. very difficult game if you play on the more difficult stuff of cource but also a good game for begginers. better than the first one and could have been some better songs but i liked it, fun entertaining great at partys and get the bundle for the pads. most of the songs you have to buy in the game but its pretty easy to get them just by playing the regular setlist you start with. it has an excercise mode that keeps track of your weight and says how much weight you lose by playing the game for a while. ill wrap up by saying that its a good buy for begginers and the better they get they can play the higher difficultys but if you still like ddr get it 3.5 out of 5
Rated 10 out of 10 by Sidihara One of the best of many.
DDR Extreme 2, I got this game for my 15th birthday and might I say I regret actually trading it in to get an XBOX 360. DDR Extreme 2 has a wonderful set list that you can play endlessly as each mode gets difficult and difficult and once you mastered the move you can play against your friend and dance battle with them also. Old favorites and new favorites, either way, this game is worth playing for endless hours if you're willing to perfect the game. It's one of the very best. Might I also suggest Supernova?
Rated 10 out of 10 by Penguii Classic
This DDR game is GREAT. You wouldn't know most of these songs from the radio, but they're excellent for this game. The challenge levels are actually difficult (some other DDR games "challenge" is a joke), and I get a good workout from it. Since the songs aren't overplayed on the radio I'm still not sick of the songs!
Rated 10 out of 10 by OMGitzSam One of the best.
Truly one of the best DDR series ever. Both DDR Extreme and Extreme 2 are both my favorite and I have yet to get tired of it yet. Just a great tracklist available in this game too. If you like DDR, this really is a must have, costing less than $5, why the heck not?