Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Dance Dance Revolutions Gets a Metal Makeover

Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) is a music video game that was first introduced to Japanese video arcades in 1998. Since then, the game has gained significant popularity all over the world. To play, dancers must step on the pad section with a blinking arrow, switching to the beat of the music. Now you can finally enjoy the firmness and reliability of the Arcade Metal mat in very own home.

The Metal Pad DDR Platinum Pro targets the serious DDR followers, as this solid mat features nine stainless steel pads, a firm metal frame and an arcade hand rail for support, and a surface that offers three times the firmness of a standard dance mat. It weighs 35kg, so you can be sure of the quality the creators put into it.

It's fabulous that we can now enjoy the joy of a Metal DDR mat in our own very own homes. Dance anytime with your friends, family, pets, or co-workers. Join the Revolution.

Thanks Ubergizmo!


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