This is a thread for lovers of DDR. I've been playing this game for 15 years, although I haven't had much of a chance for the past 5 years since I live in an apartment. I love this game so much though. My skill level is like a 7/10. I can beat 99% of the songs on the hardest setting, but I don't go crazy with freestyle.
Any Seattle DDR fans?
When I buy a house I am almost certainly going to get a DDR arcade machine for either the garage or mancave!
DDR surprisingly I knew only one person with the game. My memories of the game are more from school actually for some reason there was a DDR machine in a small room attached to the what was known as the third Gym (an old converted bomb shelter).
It been awhile since I played the game. I brought each version I think I stopped after playing ddr 3. I even had the mid-level dancepad due to wear and tear from the dance pad that came with the original game.
I remember my first time playing - got so frustrated I started to use my hands. Now I am one of the best players I know (which still isn't even that good). But I love the series. Own every title for the Xbox 360 and a decent chunk of the PS2 games.