Dance Dance Revolution Regular Dance Pad for Sony Playstation2 PS/PS2

August 7, 2019 - Comment

Start off your Dance Dance Revolution experience with this brand new, inexpensive Dance Dance Revolution Playstation 2 Non-Slip Dance Pad. Equipped with eight fully functional arrows and non-slip grip bottom for better stability, the Dance Dance Revolution Playstation Non-Slip Dance Pad is suitable for all groups. Built with durable plastic material, arcade sized sensors and

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Start off your Dance Dance Revolution experience with this brand new, inexpensive Dance Dance Revolution Playstation 2 Non-Slip Dance Pad. Equipped with eight fully functional arrows and non-slip grip bottom for better stability, the Dance Dance Revolution Playstation Non-Slip Dance Pad is suitable for all groups. Built with durable plastic material, arcade sized sensors and sensitive buttons, the Playstation Non-Slip Dance Pad is designed for ligh and moderate usage. The Playstation Non-Slip Dance Pad also has non-Slip grip bottom to prevent the dance pad from sliding around, and it works great on carpet or hardwood floor. The Playstation Non-slip Dance Pad is fully compatible with all PS One and Playstation 2 Systems, as well as the hottets DDR video games available now. If you haven’t tried Dance Dance Revolution yet, pick up the Playstation Non-Slip Dance Pad and experience it yourself.

Product Features

  • Compatible with PS One or Playstation 2
  • Non-Slip grip bottom
  • Durable Plastic Surface
  • Arcade sized circuitry
  • Eight directional buttons

Comments

Anonymous says:

Too slippery to use properly On the positive side, the buttons are very responsive and the inputs are clean and crisp. Sadly, that’s all I can say nicely.This pad slips a lot, but using the sticky pads prevented the bottom from moving too much. That’s where we come to the big problem. The bottom doesn’t move once you’ve anchored it. The top, on the other hand, was sliding and bunching up with ever other step. I’m not a great player by any stretch, but playing anything above 4 or 5 steps is too much for this…

Anonymous says:

For the price point, you can’t do better. I play on heavy/challenge mode. On this pad, it’s difficult to keep up on those step charts. I’ve found that if you want to play songs on those difficulties, playing anything under 140BPM is good for keeping the pad stable. After that it’s like a slip and slide.I didn’t use the stickers provided because I didn’t want to permanently affix the pad to the floor, so maybe you could play at a higher BPM if you use those.Because I don’t take this game as seriously as I used…

Anonymous says:

Dancing Your Way to Shapeliness (2) My daughter loves this. She had it as a teen, as a mid-twenty year old, is using it to get back in shape. She lost 10 lbs in 2 weeks & loves the workout. This pad is much easier to maneuver on than the older pads, less slippery & seems to have a larger foot pressure area.

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