A game I totally suck at, but I do pretty good on.

Not all kids who play the game are fat, an example is myself.

People who hate it only hate it 'cause they either suck at it or they've never played the game and just hate the music. ;P

Silly anime/video game/etc haters.
Dance Dance Revolution is really fun to play at arcade
by Speedlight July 02, 2003
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1. A secret plot by Konami to surreptitiously teach certain rhythm impaired sections of society (i.e. engineering students) the basics of bass lines by luring them with shininess onto the dance pad and then appealing to their video game competitiveness to force them to listen to that little part of their brain which can sense musical patterns.
2. An outlet for people who occasionally feel the urge to do a jig.
Maybe if he played Dance Dance Revolution for, say, twenty years straight, he might learn to keep a beat. Maybe.
by Veritude March 24, 2007
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Komani developed game that tests coordination by stepping on arrows on a corresponding pad. The game has some good songs, but is evil because it has the power to possess people to do things they would not usually do. The game may also be phase one in some kind of subliminal Japanese takeover of the world.
You have won DDR, and also the curse that comes with it.
by Not so super DJ Gennady September 12, 2003
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A popular "Dancing" game that started in '95. The basic point of the game is to step in the coresponding button on the mat/pad when the colored arrow reaches the gray "Step Zone" The catch? There are multiple patterens and hard songs that newbies always die on (Sakura, Max series {MAX. RULES!}, PARANOiA {Yes, it is all uppercase except the "i"}, and other Cata+ songs like bag {yes all lower case} ) Your ability is based on you timing, Eye-Foot cordination and your stamina. There are several modes, Begginer, Light/Easy/Basic, Standered/Another/Trick, Heavy/Hard/Manic,
and Oni/Challange (DDR Ammerica)/Double Maniac. Some people hate it because it is a cheat-free game except the DDR Extreme (MAX 3)unlock codes. Or, they heard or saw a person play Butterfly, the originals or really weird ones (Let's talk it over and many others), and my favorite, Sexy Planet.
Also see DDR
I play DDR, I'm a DDR wiseman, but I don't play very well.
by DDRWISEMAN October 21, 2004
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A game that people often think is a dance simulation game. It actually doesn't simulate dancing very well.

There are quite a few decent songs on it, such as Lupin the 3rd '78, Midnite Blaze, Last Message, and Burnin' the Floor. The songs in DDR, however, still pale in comparison to IIDX's.

Most players are scrubs who are obsessed with the game but can't even pass a "3 foot" rank song, and keep putting their feet back in the center of the pad. Once they improve, they will play the same 3-5 songs in a row, unknowingly pissing off people like me.

On the bright side, the game offers a great workout.

Before you say that I am jealous of DDR players, or that I have never played it, keep in mind that I have played the game for 2 years, am very skilled, know much about the series, and I still play it from time to time, though the game to me is not just as enjoyable as it used to be.
I play Dance Dance Revolution when I don't have access to Drummania or Beatmania IIDX.
by dj gs68 October 02, 2003
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