Get ready to dance, dance, and dance!
Today Konami of America has revealed the official price tag and release date for Dance Dance Revolution in the US. Dance Dance Revolution is one of Japan's most popular selling videogames, and is a huge craze that the states can only experience by playing an arcade. Japanese PSOne owners have had DDR games since early 1999 and for the past two years we have been missing out. Finally Konami has decided to bring over this phenomenon to us, and here is what it will cost ya'. The game will sell for $29.99, not bad huh? And the pad will sell for $49.99, BUT! You can buy a bundle, which is both the game and pad for only $59.99, you are pretty much saving $20 right there my friend.
There will be a total of 27 songs that have appeared in previous DDR games, and the list goes as follows with song title followed by artist:
Have You Never Been Mellow, The Olivia Project
Boom Boom Dollar, King Kong & D. Jungle Girls
El Ritmo Tropical, Dixies Gang
Let Them Move, N.M.R.
20, November, N.M.R. feat. DJ Nagureo
Put Your Faith In Me, UZI-LAY
Put Your Faith In Me (Jazzy Groove), UZI-LAY
Brilliant 2u, Naoki
Brilliant 2u (Orchestra-Groove), Naoki
Smoke, Mr. Ed Jumps The Gun
Make It Better, Mitsu-O!
My Fire, X-Treme
If You Were Here, Jennifer
Dub I Dub, Me & My
Keep On Movin' , N.M.R.
La Senorita, Captain T
Drop The Bomb, Scotty D.
Get Up'N Move, S&K
I Believe In Miracles, Hi-Rise
Dynamite Rave, Naoki
Trip Machine, De-Sire
SP-Trip Machine (Jungle Mix), De-Sire
Paranoia (Dirty Mix), 190
Paranoia (KCET Clean Mix), 2MB
I will put this in simple grammatical and understanding words, so listen up! If you don't get Dance Dance Revolution this March 2001, you deserve a huge ass beating, not only will this be the game that gets you addicted for life but it is also the best music game to ever be released on any console. Do myself and yourself the largest possible favor and purchase Dance Dance Revolution, I may sound like a Konami billboard, but I assure you that you will be missing out on a lot. If you want a longer explanation of why you absolutely must get this game, click here for the import review of Dance Dance Revolution 3rd Mix, which is eventually what DDR in the US will turn out like.