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DanceDanceRevolution® celebrates its 10th anniversary with an all-new game for the Wii! The hottest selling dance game returns, with an entirely new soundtrack, game modes and interactivity. DanceDanceRevolution® Hottest Party 2 enhances the series’ trademark interactive gameplay by combining the physically engaging, innovative and easy-to-pick-up-and-play mechanics of the Wii platform. DanceDanceRevolution® Hottest Party 2 is sure to be the life of the party with 4 player multiplayer, Wii Remote and Nunchuk support, smash hits taken from the last 4 decades of music, entirely new modes and more!

Key Features:

  • All-new soundtrack includes smash-hits from the last 4 decades:
  • "Makes Me Wonder”
  • “Umbrella”
  • “Black or White”
  • “We Got the Beat”
  • Cool new modes and features:
  • Your Wii Mii can now be incorporated onto the DanceDanceRevolution dance floor
  • Brand-New Gimmicks, such as the Minimizer, add to the next evolution in DanceDanceRevolution gameplay
  • More Wii mote interaction in the Dance n’ Defend Battle Mode where players use Wii mote movements to beat their opponents
  • Non-stop dance action with the new Course Mode, various set themed song lists that players dance along to
  • Unlock hidden features in the Groove Arena Mode as you battle your way to the top of this new venue
  • Players can learn real dance moves and practice the same routines as the characters from all different angles with the brand new Hottest Training Mode
  • All new DanceDanceRevolution characters with new outfits, exclusive to Hottest Party 2
  • Enhanced motion capture will be applied to all characters for increased realism and customization
  • New stages with enhanced effects, with more than 50 unique dance environments

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KnucklesSonic8 said:

Awesome game. Screens don't do the game justice. So many improvements over the first. This series really revived the DDR franchise and this game in particular doesn't get enough praise. Fact of the matter is, Konami deserves kudos for what they did with this game.

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