Tecmo's Unison is a blast to play. The game oozes style in the same way that Space Channel 5 did, and the control scheme uses the dual sticks of the PlayStation2 controller better than anything since Ape Escape. Using the sticks, the player controls onscreen dancers that are determined to legalize dance in the city of Twin Ships, and the whole thing is controlled with symmetrical patterns that are taught throughout the game. It's a bit heavy on rote memorization, but most won't mind, as the game is both an aural and graphical pleasure. If dance pads were too much, this is the game to check out. No pads, no panting, no sweating -- just good gameplay.