The Dance Dance Mario Mix Revolution game is one of the few of its type for the Game Cube. The mat for this game is more responsive than the Mad Catz’s mat (previously the only version available for the Cube).
The Dance Dance Mario Mix Revolution mat is not only more responsive, but it is filled with vertical grooves which feel good on bare feet. It also has a sticky backing on the bottom to help keep the mat from slipping around. There is a silhouette of a break-dancing Mario in the center of this mat; making it a cool collectible for Mario lovers.
The game itself is based on the Dance Dance Revolution games that have become so popular. There are a couple major differences however. The Mario game still requires you to get up and hop around on the mat to play the game, and it does have music that you play to. That’s about it for likeness though.
The DDR games require some fast footwork for some of their songs, and you get graded on performance. You won’t see that in the Mario game. There are no grades, and even on the hardest level the steps aren’t too fast. You will hear the music on Mario, but on the screen you will see the awesome graphics for the storyline of Mario. In the Mario you are actually playing the game instead of just dancing to the arrows flashing on the screen in Dance Dance Revolution.
Because of the slower pace, and the storyline, this game would be perfect for some of the younger players. They will still get the exercise, but they will really enjoy the game. There are multiple levels to conquer, and bad guys to stomp on, as well as mushrooms to chase. There isn’t any grading to discourage the younger players either on the Dance Dance Mario Mix Revolution game.
Because of the easy levels, and the easy footwork involved in this game it wouldn’t be suitable for hard core Dance Dance Revolution fans. They could easily get bored with the simple steps, but then again they might enjoy the storyline too. If they happen to be a Mario fan then that could very well be true. Basically, this game is well suited for younger kids that don’t want to fail in the DDR games, but want to play by using the mats like the older kids do.
If you are really interested in finding this rare game, you are going to have to work at it. I have found that eBay and Amazon are the easiest places to find it. If you click on the picture above, you will be taken to the Amazon listing and below I have listed some of the Mario Mix games available on eBay.
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