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Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA 2

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Item Number: VW350-J1
Publisher: Konami
Jan/UPC Code: 4988602136432
Update: February 21, 2008
«©NCSX» Dancing will never die. Whether it be in the jungles of South America or the concrete streets of New York City, people will always dance. Some dance in celebration of the rains that just saved the entire fall harvest while others dance just for the sheer enjoyment of moving in rhythm to the music. The DDR crowd fits into the latter category.

DDR SuperNOVA 2 was originally released in Japanese arcades last year and the game makes a quick trip to the Playstation 2. Over 70 songs made it through the conversion process with notable hits such as:

Ain't no Mountain High Enough / Sloth Music Project feat. Malaya
True*Love / jun feat. Schanita
Look to the Sky / SySF, feat, ANNA
Raspberry*Heart [English version] / jun feat. PAULA TERRY
Freeway Shuffle / dj TAKA

... and many more.

 View the back cover and screenshots on the main NCSX website.

NCS Game Notes
» In the intro to the game, a glittering disco ball spins for a millisecond before the camera pans onto the floor of a disco where familiar faces and bodies such as Afro and Emi are grooving to the beat.

» Press START on the title screen and the following selections pop up:

GAME MODE / Select Single, Versus, or Double and then select a character
HYPER MASTER MODE / Go on dancing missions and clear them to move onto new missions and battle boss stages
DIET MODE / Enter your body stats and then dance-step the calories off
ADVANCED MODE / Enjoy the Course, Battle, Survival, Combo, and Endless Modes - some of which are locked at the outset of the game
TRAINING MODE / Hone your skills with a practice session and your choice of music from 40 available tracks in the beginning
EDIT MODE / Design your own dance steps with a simple DDR editor
RECORDS / View High Scores for Hyper Master Mode, Advanced Mode, Touch & Step

» After every dance run, you're given a letter grade and your dance steps are ranked as follows:

Max Combo

This document is ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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