• The Importance of Music in Videogames

    ...start with the obvious: music and dance based games. Games like Rhythm Heaven, Ephemerid, Rock Band, Dance Dance Revolution, Just Dance, and Guitar Hero are games about music or games...

  • New Videogame Releases for the Week of November 7, 2010

    ...ESA Game Pack–PS3–SCEA Family Feud Decades–Wii–Ubisoft Hasbro Family Game Night 1 & 2 Bundle–Wii–Electronic Arts Just Dance Kids–Wii–Ubisoft Karaoke Revolution Glee–Wii–Konami Knights in the Nightmare–PSP–Atlus Majesty 2: Battles of Ardania–PC–Paradox...

  • Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)

    ...something that plays music, he will dance. In other news, Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix is now 100% canon. Many of Mario’s clothes are actually clothes he has worn in...

  • WiiWare Review (August 2008)

    ...music, or having fun, then this isn’t for you, but this game gets high marks for being a metric assload of fun. Like dance Dance Revolution, you can also get...

  • Get Out of Your Darn House: Arcade Action in Akihabara

    ...I could peel away from Dance Dance Revolution to come play Tekken with me. I’m not even good at Tekken. Tired of being dragged around arcades an electronics shops, we...

  • DT Racer (PS2)

    ...most annoying and repetitive loop of four notes I’ve ever heard. Oddly, I swear I’ve heard it in one version of Dance Dance Revolution or another. I am not a...

  • Top of the Heap: Games Starring Musicians

    ...an interesting game for hardcore Devo fans, but unplayable for anybody else. Revolution X (Arcade) It’s the future: 1996. Aerosmith is kidnapped by an evil corporate-military entity called the New...

  • Anna’s First MAGFest

    ...be in time with was difficult, but it was still a lot of fun. Then we played two different drum arcade games and played a Dance Dance Revolution-type game that...

  • Philly Classic 5 Report

    ...bouts of Tetris, Pokemon Puzzle League, and, of course, Dance Dance Revolution. Myself, I participated in the Soul Calibur tournament, and got completely destroyed in the first round after lasting...

  • Magna Carta: Tears of Blood (PS2)

    ...which positioning your side is important. Actually attacking an opponent is a kind of Dance Dance Revolution for the thumbs, as each attack requires pressing the O and/or X buttons...