Konami's original dancing game series steps on to Wii Walt Disney style, in a Dance Dance Revolution game featuring danceable mixes of 40 well-known Disney songs, such as "It's A Small World," "A Spoonful of Sugar," and "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah." The game is played using special floor mat controllers with arrow buttons that players step on in time to the music. As a song plays, arrow symbols move up the screen, and the goal of the game is to step on the corresponding floor mat buttons -- left, right, up, or down -- in time with the scrolling symbols. In the Wii edition of Dance Dance Revolution, dancers also use their hands, holding the motion-sensitive Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers and keeping the beat.

Dancers play as themselves, taking the role of their own Mii in the game, and they are joined by Disney favorites such as Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie, and Daisy. The player's Mii's appearance can be customized from a collection of as many as 60 unlockable Disney-themed outfits and accessories, and players can change the looks of ten in-game Disney characters as well. Available modes of play include a single-player campaign with increasingly difficult dancing challenges, a multiplayer mode for up to four, and a workout function that estimates the number of calories the player burns while dancing. The initial retail release of Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Grooves for Wii includes two Dance Dance Revolution floor mats for use with the console. ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide