By Chris Colin
Ages 10 and up
Kids know how it works by now, either because they've seen it in an arcade or at someone's house — a song plays and users dance as instructed by a series of fast-paced visual cues. The more in step they are, the better they'll do. You'd be hard-pressed to say Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party 3 is good for the planet in the way a Darfur simulation is, but there's something undeniably righteous about shaking your tail feather to KC and the Sunshine Band. We're not the only ones who think so. It's now featured in a number of school systems — students can't help breaking a sweat — and an official sport in Norway.
Bottom line: Kids will literally break a sweat with DDR.
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