New Dance Dance Revolution Songs and Features Revealed
New songs for the next DDR game, simply called DanceDanceRevolution, have been announced by Konami including tracks by Ke$ha, Paramore, Sean Paul, Train and Lady Gaga.
Konami is set to bring the heat to the dance floor later this week with the release of a new DDR title. Called DanceDanceRevolution, the game will feature a total of 50 tracks across various genres of music. Konami states that there will be about 20 licensed songs from popular artists including Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance", Train's "Soul Sister", Jordan Spark's "Battlfield", and "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge. The rest are expected to be composed of Konami Originals.
The title will be available for the Playstation 3 and Nintendo Wii. Those familiar with previous Wii releases know that past titles have included support for motion controlled dance moves and 4-player games. There is also a new Choreograph Mode where you attempt to mimic an on-screen dancer along with Balance Board options.
Now that the Playstation Move is out of the gate swinging the PS3 game pulls out similar motion controls and 4-player support as well. The use of the PlaystationEYE allows you to see yourself dancing along to the beat and once you have finished your performance there is the option to save, edit and post your dance to YouTube and Facebook so you can further impress your friends with your talent or lack thereof.
The complete list of songs revealed so far is:
DanceDanceRevolution is stepping onto the dance floor November 16th. As with previous iterations it appears that the game is only available with a bundled dance pad to start and will later be available as a standalone disc.