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At this time, new computers will have DDR SDRAM type memory.
It also follows that the higher performing cards (like DDR types) will cost more out of your pocket.
Remarkably, there was no need for her to change her diet or anything of the like at first: she just stepped away from the computer and played DDR.
The original game, Dance Dance Revolution (DDR), has quite a few games on the Wii.
In the DDR series, developed by Konami, you follow arrows to the top of the screen and tap the corresponding arrow on the dance mat when it hits the Target Zone.
You can get maracas for Samba De Amigo, DDR mats for the Dance Dance Revolution games, and a light gun for the shooting games.
Thus, all the potential for greatness that would have set the Wii version of DDR apart and above the others is squandered on what feels more like a cheap gimmick than anything else.
So you donned rookie status with the first Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) and got funkier with Konamix.
You went to the Max with DDR Max 1 and 2 and totally went nuts with Extreme.
Don't worry, there is a nice mix of Techno, Rock, Dance Pop, and Hip Hop to dance to so you should find something to your liking if you've never played a DDR.
Fans of Dance Dance Revolution will love Extreme 2 like they have loved past DDR games.
Tournaments are held across the globe, stores can't keep the games in stock, and you aren't cool if you still call it Dance Dance Revolution (say DDR to be with the in crowd).
When my wife and I started DDR, we were the only ones in our circle of friends that played it.
Most DDR players have found DDR to be an excellent addition to their exercise regimen.
I will make one helpful hint here: if you sweat a lot, like I do, I recommend having 2-3 shirts on hand if you're going to DDR for a long stretch.
This is a bare bones DDR game with your basic gameplay options like Single play with one or two mats, Versus play, and Workout and Training modes.
DDR (2001) is a rare game to find and fetches nearly $100 in some eBay auctions.
DDR Konamix was the second dancing game to be released for the PlayStation and featured only Konami original songs.
Some of the songs you can find on later versions of DDR, but if you want to be a true DDRist (I guess I made another term up, eh?) with a complete collection, then you need this one.
DDR Disney's Mix (or Disney's Rave) contains fantastic remixes of famous Disney songs like It's a Small World and the Mickey Mouse Theme.
This version isn't the best, but DDR Max has some of the funkiest songs in it's collection.
A great introduction game to the DDR world as it's also easy to find.
DDR Extreme is considered one of the best versions by casual dancers and veterans.
Since it's still relatively new, you should find this game just about anywhere that sells DDR stuff.
DDR Extreme 2 has a remix of Oops…I Did it Again.
Because of the song list and Dance Master Mode, Extreme 2 is the best game in the DDR series…for now.
Nintendo owners can get DDR Mario Mix for the GameCube (25 songs that include remixes of classic Nintendo themes), and if you have a Japanese Game Boy Color (or newer), you can import 5 different Game Boy games for your fingers.
Even the Sega Dreamcast has a version of DDR, but you have to import it from Japan and the Dreamcast dance pads are a pain to find if you don't have the PlayStation to Dreamcast adapter.
Sadly, though, there is no DDR for the PSP.
In The Groove was suppose to be the DDR beater.
It was made my professional DDR players, but it just quite doesn't have the pop.
The other great part is that the arrows follow the music and lyrics and melodies better than some of the DDR songs do.
There are three types of pads you can get for DDR.
If you have a fingertip of rhythm and can read, then you can play DDR or any of the other dancing games on the market.
Dance Dance Revolution, or DDR to the most hardcore of enthusiasts, is probably the first title that comes to mind when people consider exercise video games.
In recent years, several schools in the United States have purchased DDR arcade machines for use with their physical education programs.
Assuming you have never played a DDR game, the basics are in order.
Experts will have no problem shifting their feet to the songs because once you've played one DDR game, you've played them all.
By now, anyone who's a serious gamer has heard of Dance Dance Revolution, or DDR for the hardcore crowd.
Well, a group of DDR players thought so and defected from Konami's game to make their own, In the Groove.
The game is similar in concept to DDR and has now migrated from the arcades exclusively onto the PS2.
I mention this because the songs in ITG are a lot longer than DDR.
One thing I loved over DDR was the arrows.
If you're a fan of dancing games and want to break away from DDR, In the Groove is a fine way to try something new.
Very few games from the Benami line ever see the light of day outside of Asia, but the most recognized one that did is Dance Dance Revolution, known to most people as DDR.
DDR is similar to most rhythm games in that you must hit the correct buttons in the proper sequence and at the proper time.
DDR Disney Mix lets you dance to remixes of popular Disney songs and allows you to choose equally as popular Disney characters.
Along the same lines as the Disney Mix is DDR Strawberry Shortcake.
Developed by Andamiro of Korea, Pump It Up is a music game that is in many ways similar to DDR, except it is comprised of five arrows instead of four.
Dance Dance Revolution, often called DDR, is an interactive rhythm-based video game.
DDR can be a great game to play with friends, as everyone enjoys competing, showing off when they're doing well, and laughing together when they stumble on a difficult song.
DDR is available on several gaming platforms.
The Wii version of DDR incorporates the Wiimote with cues to perform hand motions in addition to the usual footwork.
Any DDR fan should try a full-sized version of the game at least once.
DDR Freak offers song lists, step charts, tournament videos, machine locations for the full-sized arcade version of the game, an online community, and other helpful resources.
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