Just 20 of the nearly 40 included songs actually come from the Disney Channel - the rest are culled from previous DDR releases, and several Konami originals make their first appearance on the PlayStation 2 here. But with only four songs each from High School Musical and Hannah Montana - a fraction of what's been produced - the track selection seems awfully conservative and not at all comprehensive. Already planning for the sequel, Disney?
And without video clips or other fanfare, Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Channel Edition is more a feature-light DDR title with Disney bits sprinkled on than a true melding of hot properties. Not that it's terrible, but we can only watch Kim Possible gyrate for so long before folding up our dance mats and moving on.