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Dance Dance Revolution: Ultramix 4

Dance Dance Revolution: Ultramix 4 (XBX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Genre: Music (Dancing)
Developer: Konami

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11/14/2006
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Dance Dance Revolution: Ultramix 4 review

Reviewed December 02, 2006

Danny Cowan says: "Ultramix 4 features a variety of interesting step charts that sync well to the background music, and while few stages are difficult enough to challenge those who have mastered the hardest songs in past DDR releases, beginners and intermediate-level players will find a lot to like here."
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