Watch: Dance Dance Revolution Mobile 3D

By Spencer . September 8, 2006 . 8:05am

It’s hard to imagine Dance Dance Revolution without mats, but for all the players who can’t get enough of hearing Naoki Medea’s techno tracks DDR 3D is out for mobile phones. The graphics are about the same quality as a PS1 game, but who really cares about that DDR is all about the music (or in this case MIDI music). This video below demonstrates the game’s insane difficulty or lack of skills on the part of the player. Take your pick.

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  • Jeff

    How exactly would one play DDR on a cellphone? I know it’s possible to play using the PS2 controller, but I can’t imagine some of those steps working well on my phone.

  • Andrew

    Wow. They sucked. It eventually angered me, they were so bad. I would’ve liked to see a bit more than that one 5-second interval. So, is that the only song?

    And to “Jeff”, it would work like a PC DDR simulator would. Which I still find fun, though real DDR is better. You can sue arrow keys and sill find enjoyment. It builds coordinaton, and is still a fun rhythm game. Though lacking in the workout one gets from DDR.

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