> Exactly. No innovation. No skill required... or clone after clone of the same thing > over and over again. > > Not too many people want to play DDR in public, most gun games get old once you have > beaten them, and the drivers are not exciting or challenging anymore. > > Better off going home and firing up the old consoles, or mame.
Actually many people love playing DDR, qnd I don't don't like being the centre of attention, but I love playing it. Most gun games if done right are fun even after you have completed them (See the Time Crisis franchise). The drivers in my mind are just NFS and suff like that, boring to me, but many others love playing them.
On a quest for Digital 573 and Dancing Stage EuroMix 2