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Title: DanceDanceRevolution PS3
Publisher: KONAMI
Developer: GCP1
Release Date: Fall 2010
Platform(s): PS3
ESRB: E 10+
Genre: Music/Dance
Multiplayer: 1 to 4 players
Website: www.Konami.com/DDR


Game Description:

With over 11 years of history, DanceDanceRevolution® comes to the PS3 for the first time integrating PlayStation Move!


Key Features:

* Record yourself and upload to YouTube and Facebook through to share with friends and other DanceDanceRevolution fans
* Dance Off Mode allows players to take turns to play, while they see themselves dancing on screen through the PlayStation® EYE . The player who is able to step and dance more accurately will gain more points and will be the winner
* Club Mode allows players to play 4 to 20 songs consecutively. The difficulty level varies depending on how well the player is dancing in addition to several different gimmicks. If the player changes the options to non-stop, they can keep dancing until their gauge is empty
* Includes hard hitting music tracks, including “Bad Romance” by Lady Gaga, “Battlefield” by Jordin Sparks and “So Fine” by Sean Paul
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