Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party 2
If it weren't for the slight changes to the soundtrack, the odd inclusion of Miis and the number two stamped on the box, we'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between the original Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party and the sequel. The result is an above-average dancing affair for the Wii that delivers familiar graphics, forgettable songs and no online options. If you liked the original, you might dig this one, but it's not worth our time.
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