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Dance Mat

by Intec
PlayStation2
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Dance Mat March 30 2011
By Symfani
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I haven't been able to try this mat yet but I'm glad of the shipping time. It came in so quickly! I love DDR but sadly, I didn't get the free shipping. I'll be writing another review in a few weeks for update on how well this pad can stay well working.
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Amazon.com: 2.8 out of 5 stars  62 reviews
119 of 122 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not a long lasting pad Sept. 19 2003
By ddrfanatic - Published on Amazon.com
These pads are like most ddr pads out there: poorly constructed and not durable. The pad slides around when you play on it, and one of the buttons stopped working about 8 days after I bought it. I thought I'd pick up a cheap one since I needed an extra pad when friends came over.
Do yourself a favor and head over to RedOctane.com for some quality pads. I have their Ignition pad, which is way better than this type of cheap pad because it has a cushioned insert which slips into the middle and keeps the pad from sliding around and is easier on your feet. Another friend has the regular redoctane pad with pad cover and it works great, too. Overall, don't buy the Intec pad unless you know you won't be playing DDR for very long.
64 of 65 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just for starters....then on to better things Nov. 16 2002
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
This pad is great for begginers. Durabiltiy shouldnt be a deciding factor when buying this pad(this pad isn't as durable as others out there) mainly because this pad is for starters. Once you get used to DDRMAX, you'll wanna go and invest in a more expensive pad, maybe an import hard pad. But for now, this should do. Not new to DDR?..then this pad is NOT for YOU. Dancers with experience shouldn't bother with this pad. The pad is a head-ache for intermediates, a waste of time for experts, but a good buy for begginers. I have this pad, mainly for for my friends new to DDR, but also have a hard pad for the more experienced players. NOTE to Begginers: This pad will reqire more percise movements in order to work properly, but in the long shot, using the hard pad later on will seem very easy once you master this pad. (...)you cant go wrong starting out with this pad.
*Be careful where you use the pad, make sure it's in a stable-non slippery surface or you will slip- most pads are like that- even those that claim to have non slip under surface. It all depends on where the user choses to place the pad.
*For those who have never seen a hard pad for sale...you are looking at anywhere between $80-$100, maybe more. They're not that easy to find unless there's a local import market near you. So, (...) start with this one, wear it out, and move on to more finer pads.
On a last note...there is a Mad Cats Pad available....but it's the same quality as this with different designs. I have tried the MAd Cats Pad and its all the same. The Red Ocatne pad is also great, but falls between $40-$50, Not for a tight budget.
71 of 76 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Soft pads are for little kids and novices Aug. 4 2004
By Dennis Laycock - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
If you have any aspirations of actually becoming a decent Dance Dance Revolution player and moving up to the more challenging and satisfying songs, do not buy this pad -- or any soft pad, for that matter.

Soft pads slide on the floor. They crumple and wrinkle up. They miss steps and fail to register sometimes. The surface feels the same all over, making it impossible to tell where your feet are without looking down.

More advanced soft pads are available, which are thicker, but they still slide and have sensitivity problems.

The only way to properly enjoy DDR at home is to purchase a metal pad. Just look up "metal DDR pad" on an internet auction site. Yes, they are expensive, but they'll also last for a very, very long time and put up with a lot of abuse. They also won't slide, will be extremely sensitive, and you can tell where your feet are without looking down. If you want the arcade experience at home, a metal pad is the only way to get it.
29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Okay for beginners but get one on eBay! March 2 2005
By M. Boone - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This mat is okay for beginners. It won't last too long for advance users but this mat is a great way for a beginners to learn how to play. Some people recommend duct tapping plywood on the bottom of the mat some it responds better, but if you get a mat anywhere, I STRONGLY RECOMMEND getting one on eBay. Usually, they are brand new and factory sealed. They usually come in a sets of two (one for you and a friend) and sell for about $8.50 like this one (either in XBox or PS2) and $15.95 for shipping (The Buy It Now price on eBay is usually $8.50 but you can still bid on it to save a couple of bucks). Shipping for these mats on amazon.com are $4.49 for 3-5 day shipping and $8.98 for two day shipping so you still come out ahead on eBay. I got a mat that retails for $130 (its sort of like the mat that sells for $99 here; its more expensive because it has extra padding and it will last longer) for $20 and $25 dollar shipping. For hardcore fans who really got some moves and play the DDR games a lot, eBay has the metal dance mats with the bar (looks exactly like the one in the arcades) for about $150 (not including shipping). Otherwise, this is an awesome mat but if you want to save money and get one for when a friend comes over, get one on eBay (if you get one on eBay, search ddr or search ddr extreme).
28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars non-official dance pad provides bad playability April 15 2002
By MogtheMogri - Published on Amazon.com
non-offical. that word alone should prevent you from buying this piece of crud. If you were to buy any dance pad for DDR, your best choice would be to go with Red Octane, since Konami aproved it to be the best 3rd party support pad and stoped creating their own pads because Red Octane was so good. However, Red Octane is a little pricy, so the reason this pad gets 2 stars instead of one is because the cheapness allows you to buy 4 of these for the price of one red octane. don't expect this to last you a month though, and the fact that this pad doesnt even LOOK like a DDR pad makes it even worse. its confusing, and ugly. Take it from DDR masters, get red octane, or those hella expensive hard top ones.
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