While I thought the songs in Ultramix 3 were better and more recognizable, Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4 offers great dance pad action that the other versions can't touch. Ultramix 4 might not have many songs you have heard of unless you rock to the remixed J-pop scene. Many of the songs you might know ("Forever Young" or "Don't Cha") are remixes or techno beat covers of the originals. Also, the original songs of the American music scene don't quite seem like dance numbers (get in the mosh pit... it's Natasha Bedingfield!). Still, the songs are fun to dance to and the rhythm makes sense. The game gives you a nice primer for new and experienced players, giving you beginner songs to start you off. It also seemed like this game was more forgiving than it's predecessors, making it less frustrating and more fun. That accessibility makes this a good dance game. It has an addictive nature to it that the other Ultramixes just didn't quite have. Giving you several single and multi player modes on and offline, if you find yourself enjoying this game there will be plenty of replay value in it. So work up a sweat, dust off the dance pad and pick up Ultramix 4. Also, if you want more classic pop songs, try Ultramix 3 as well and see which one you like more. It might come down to preference.