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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2 Screenshots

Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment - America
Release Date:
September 2005
Platform: PlayStation ® 2 computer entertainment system
Rating Pending
Genre: Music
Multiplayer: 2-players + online play

The hottest revolution and bestselling video game in the music game category returns to the

PlayStation 2. Featuring popular artists, smash hit songs, support for the EyeToy™ USB Camera (for PlayStation®2) , and for the first time ever on the PlayStation 2, players will be able to compete head-to-head with others from around the globe with the newly added online feature. With more unique modes and features than ever before, Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME 2 keeps pumping up the volume with over 100 minutes of energetic dance music, including exclusively-licensed songs and dance hits.


•  All-new online support lets players compete online and chart internet rankings

•  More than 100 minutes of energetic dance music, including exclusive dance hits by popular artists as well as smash-hit songs, such as Genie In A Bottle and Oops!...I Did It Again

•  New modes appeal to everyone from beginners to competitive dancers

•  Support for the EyeToy Camera creates a whole new level of interactive dancing – use your hands and feet and watc h y ourself dance on TV!

•  Get in shape with the popular 'Workout Mode'

•  Customize your own dance steps in the 'Edit Mode'

•  All movies and cutscenes are newly created adding fresh flair to the DDR universe

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