Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix PreviewRobert Workman
It's really overwhelming how popular Dance Dance Revolution has become worldwide. The craze has been going for quite some time in Japan, and ever since its introduction in the US years ago, gamers have been high-stepping in our country as well. Be it with one of the custom arcade cabinets or at home with their roll-out dance pad, people have been playing the DDR games like mad, and with two new DDR games coming for the PS2 and Xbox, it looks like the craze shows no signs of slowing.
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