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Dance Dance Revolution Extreme Videos and Trailers - PS2

Game Description:NOTE: This game works best with Dance Mat and Eye Toy game controllers, not included with rental or purchase. Hit the dancefloor and get into the rhythm with Konami's DDR Extreme, now with EyeToy capabilities! The first PS2 game to use Sony's peripheral EyeToy Camera, DDR Extreme will transport you your image into the game screen! Now you can watch yourself interact with all of the DDR graphics. You can even watch yourself perform as part of the background in certain music videos in "Watch Me Dance" mode. "Hands and Feet" mode gives you visual clues for your hands and feet moves, while "Clean the Screen" challenges you to move your hands in certain patterns to remove obstacles from the screen. Over 70 different songs provide the grooves, including tracks from Duran Duran, BT, Junior Senior and the Village People.
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