Ripten: "Last night, we were invited to the official Konami launch party for DanceDance Revolution 3 (DDR) held in Culver City, CA. Konami revealed their latest iteration, five years in the making with a star studded extravaganza."
I will never, ever understand the appeal of DDR.
LOL that's ok...some people are extremely hardcore, I just enjoy it for the dancing and exercise.
Konami is in great debt for the PS One with DDR! even the control set up was patterned to the Dual Shock!!!
Chicks dig it and its good because it helps keep them in shape.
Bullshit!! If you use DDR to stay in shape yer a friggin tard.
why? the Deutsche demokratische Republik had 0% unemployment and a social healthcare system america only can dream of there was also no internet which means that the kids were safe
back when DDR was a huge craze, girls were gaga over boys that could freestyle in ddr. youtube those korean ddr competitions. e.g., something like http://www.youtube.com/watc... i remember a lot of crazy hardcore ddr dancers at the student union arcade while in college
I LOVE DDR! I seemed to drop off the face of the planet for awhile. Glad to see it's making a come back!
Could never get into DDR... always afraid that the mat will slip on our hardwood floor, even if it probably wouldn't.
Did you honestly just say that a game which requires you to move your body and is the same equivalent to running, swimming, etc. won't help you stay in shape? You are an idiot and be quiet. Back in high school, when my track team didn't practice, we would play DDR to keep ourselves loose while still getting an aerobic exercise. Plus it was pretty fun. Keep your mouth quiet about things you obviously don't understand or frankly know anything about. Also just in case you say there's no credibility of DDR helping you lose weight: http://www.usatoday.com/tec... tl;dr - Shut up.
Man, I miss SoCal. Could have gone to this and had my picture taken with Naoki "Very Very Excite" Maeda.
Yea I never really been into the whole DDR craze
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