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Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

Release Date: Fall 2007

Platform(s): Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft

Genre: Music/Dance

Multiplayer: 1 - 4 Players + Online play


Brief Game Description:

The dancing universe expands further on the Xbox 360 with Dance Dance Revolution UNIVERSE2. Exclusively designed for the Xbox 360, Dance Dance Revolution UNIVERSE2 has true universal appeal with multiple options and settings for players of all skill levels, cool smash-hit songs and exclusives and robust online and offline support.

Key Features:

• Truly universal appeal with music from 70s to today!
• Very accessible for all skill levels
• Freestyle Mode debuts on Xbox 360 – dance how you want to dance without arrows (perfect for kids or anyone with two left feet)
• Brand new Quest Mode lets you build your own character
• Play online, download new music and more via Xbox Live
• Enhanced graphical design in high definition
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