Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2 succeeds and fails over the first Ultramix. It succeeds by being more streamlined and having some songs you might actually know (or at least remix versions of them). It fails because it is almost inaccessible for those not already adept at playing DDR. I suppose this is my one big gripe with the Ultramix series: you have to be proficient to get a grip on the game. Some of these songs reach above 200 BPM (if that's confusing, just know it's really fast even on an easy setting). And if you think you can get away with playing by way of the Controller S, think again. You can usually get by on the single steps, but just try hitting the double steps using the D-Pad (can't hit two directions at a time, I tried). Graphics and gameplay remain essentially the same compared to the first Ultramix. If you've gotten pretty good at DDR or enjoy looking really spastic in your living room, this has plenty of game to play, with workout, main, practice and challenge modes. So dance, young gamer... dance the night away in front of your TV!