Dance games have come along way since Dance Dance Revolution was first introduced in 1998. New versions of DDR have been released, new games have been released, and finally the disappearance (and slow resurgence) of the American public arcade.
This is meant to help new players get their head around the technology and vocabulary of an intimidating and often obtuse video game sub-genre/sub-culture. It’s confusing for sure, but the game is rewarding.Rob Nichols
Posted On : June 1, 2020