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This game is certainly not cheap and the song list is quite short. On the plus side it does offer a very fun “new” game play mode. It’s the most kid friendly title in many respects but it can also challenge seasoned DDR players as well.
Konami's limited U.S. release of Dance Dance Revolution backfired, leaving many fans desperate to get their paws on the funky, fun title. Disney Mix gives gamers another chance to snap it up, this time with a kid-friendly flair.
Un titre sympathique et qui se destine à un large public grâce à son côté accessible et à sa difficulté assez bien étagée. On regrettera simplement que les musiques ne soient pas plus variées et en plus grand nombre.
Game Informer Magazine
If your parents are complaining that you never get any exercise because you sit on your butt all day playing video games, here’s the perfect game for you. It’s mediocre as far as dancing games go, but it gets the job done.
In the end, DDR Disney Mix was designed as a game for kids. Most of the game's stages are quite easy, though there is a harder setting that will bring the game up to a moderate level of difficulty for fans of the series. If you're a DDR fan who hasn't already imported the bevy of dancing games available in Japan, DDR Disney is worth checking out.
Game Informer Magazine
Perhaps your dance pad is gathering dust. Maybe you've mastered the foot-flying stylings of Dance Dance Revolution. I doubt it, but anything is possible. Well, now you have a reason to take the peripheral out of your closet. Mickey and friends are calling you out.
Overall, this is not a bad title, and the concept of dancing to Disney songs is a cool one, especially for children or Disney buffs. But with a retail price of $40, the songlist is too short to make it a recommended purchase for the casual gamer. For DDR completists, pick this up, but for everyone else, check out the regular DDR first, or even Konamix. If you're simply curious to check this title out, it is definitely recommended as a rental, as Dance Magic is an idea that should be included in future DDRs. Dancepad or not, the tracklist is just not long enough to keep coming back for more. Any and all US DDRs are recommended purchases ahead of this one. Good, and fun for a while, but not excellent.