Dance Dance Revolution
Dance Dance Revolution, later released in Europe as Dance Dance Revolution New Moves, is a music video game released by Konami for the PlayStation 3 on November 16, 2010 as a companion to a variation for the Wii. A port of this version for the Xbox 360 was also released on April 12, 2011.
Dance Dance Revolution Gameplay
Gameplay remains similar to previous DDR games but with additional new features, such as "Chain Arrow"—a score bonus for maintaining a combo through a certain section of arrows, and "Groove Trigger", which allows the player to reduce their lifebar by 50% to increase the amount of points earned for a period. The PlayStation 3 version also adds support for the PlayStation Move controller, similar to what the Hottest Party series had done with the Wii Remote; in this mode, four targets are placed around the player, which are hit with the motion controller when special diagonal arrows appear. Some songs on the Challenge difficulty also contain routines that also use the corner buttons of the dance pad along with the directional arrows.