Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova
It's hard to believe how popular DDR has become in recent years, at least until you play it anyway. DDR is back with all the same energy and challenge that has brought it success in the past. This time however, there are a few new additions such as a single player career mode that further expands DDR's gameplay.
Is it enough to justify purchasing if you already have the last version? Well that's kind of a tough call. Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova does bring a new song list along with many of the old ones and a single player mode that works decently. The Stellar Master Mode is a nice addition as it gives you a challenge by requiring specific tasks be completed and gives incentive to continue attempting to reach the next planet. The gameplay is similar to previous versions however as Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova is definitely not a scope of magnitude change from the last version. The graphics for instance are similar but there are new songs to compliment the old ones.
Basically, Dance Dance Revolution: Supernova is primarily a party game and if you use it in that capacity, I'm sure it will be money well spent. The addition of a robust single player experience also adds a new dimension to the DDR series.