Long-running arcade dancing game series finally coming to PS3
PS3 gamers who have been waiting very patiently for the Dance Dance Revolution series to be brought to the high-def console should be very pleased with the features to be added to the series this fall.
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Yes, it's true. After nearly four years since the PS3 launched, during which time Konami continued to put out new DDR games but only for the PS2 and Xbox 360, the long-running arcade megahit will finally be rolling out to the PS3.
There will be 20 licensed tracks in the game, according to brand new info that was just released. That's significantly fewer than a lot of the PS2 releases, but they'll likely be more worthwhile (we definitely were not big fans of a lot of the crazy 2-minute Japanese songs in some of those other DDR titles).
However, for gamers who might get bored of those 20 songs pretty easily, they'll be able to download new songs that will be released through the PlayStation Network. Yay! Finally, DLC for DDR!
Additionally, a whole bunch of cool connectivity will be thrown in, including PlayStation Move support that adds a full body dancing experience, along with putting gamers' faces into the game. Video captures of player performance can also be directly uploaded to YouTube or Facebook.
Aside from that, the standard calorie-counting workout mode, multiplayer, and a brand spanking new PS3 dance pad will all be part of the package when it comes out later this fall.