Dance Dance Revolution Universe 2
The logic behind Dance Dance Revolution Universe 2 is clearly "if it ain't broke, don't fix it", as it copies most of the last game's content. The new Freestyle mode is worth playing, letting you implement your own dancing style instead of following the pre-set arrows. The song list deserves praise, as it mixes contemporary hits and dance remixes with classics from the 70s and 80s. Past that, there isn't much new territory to explore. It's just like last year's game, but with very few changes.
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