Does anyone own Dance Dance Revolution Supernova?

I have one and it is awesome. If you have one please list some good songs on it.

4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Okay you mean the Playstation console version right? DDR SuperNOVA for Playstation 2 features over 70 different songs including media favorites from Fall Out Boy and Kelly Clarkson to arcade hit songs like Innosence of Silence, Xepher and Fascination MAXX, there are also popular i-Dance (a Toshiba-Emi record company) favorites like BeForU's "Peace(^^)u" from Japan.

    Also don't forget to play DDR SuperNOVA the arcade game located at a arcade near you (maybe). DDR SuperNOVA arcade features over 350 songs including songs not found in the console version (and vise versa). You will also find popular favorite from past DDR arcade mixes, Beatmania IIDX songs, even more songs from i-Dance, and songs found on both U.S. and Japanese home versions of DDR. DDR SuperNOVA is the biggest arcade edition to date.

    To find the complete song lists for both the console version and the arcade version please visit and click on the "song lists" link.

  • 4 years ago

    a million. i'm in u . s ., can not help ya there. maximum electronics/video interest shops would have it inspite of the shown fact that. 2. i offered mine at aim (u . s .) as a kit with one (a million) mat. I then offered a commonplace mat as a results of fact the 2d mat. i'm unsure if there's a kit with 2 (2) mats. 3. The mats have basically PS2 controller plugs related to them for plugging the mat into the PS2. you do not hook up something specific to the television to boot what's specifically used for PS2 to television. 4. it somewhat is a lot of exciting. easily bypass and get it!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I just got one on Wednesday and it is AWESOME! I like that song "Don't Cha" and "These Words" Just in case nobody has it you NEED TO GET ONE!

  • 1 decade ago

    all ive herd of is dance dance revolution!!!!!! sry kant help ya!

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.