Konami Digital Entertainment – America, a division of Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., today announced that Dance Dance Revolution EXTREMEâ„¢ (DDR EXTREME) won the best video game soundtrack award at this year's MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), which occurred on Sunday, August 28, 2005 in Miami, Florida.
"It's a great honor to receive this prestigious award, especially among all the other top video games in this category," said Jason Enos, product manager for Konami Digital Entertainment – America. "DDR is all about the music and that is why Konami spends so much time and effort ensuring that each new DDR game includes the best possible collection of songs. We are deeply appreciative of the recognition from MTV as well as the fans of DDR."
DDR EXTREME is part of Konami's multi-million selling Dance Dance Revolution series of video games. Dance Dance Revolution is an interactive game that is sweeping through living rooms across the nation. The brand has received tremendous acclaim due to its simple concept, high energy music, and fun-filled gameplay that gets users off the couch and provides a healthy and energetic workout. The premiere dancing game in which players move their body to upbeat tunes while allowing them room to exhibit their own innovative flare and original dance moves, DDR combines quick reflex action with pulsating dance music for intense ‘get-up-and-play' fun. Players are challenged to match their dance steps with the flashing arrows on the screen while keeping up with the high-energy beat of the music.
DDR EXTREME contains a diverse roster of over 65 songs totaling more than 100 minutes of hit music.