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Score Breakdown Based on 185 ratings
  1. 10 (64)
  2. 9 (49)
  3. 8 (44)
  4. 7 (15)
  5. 6 (0)
  6. 5 (3)
  7. 4 (1)
  8. 3 (4)
  9. 2 (0)
  10. 1 (5)

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  • User Rating 10

    Step Rhythm to Beyond the Next Level.

    Rated on July 17, 2006 by discobiscuits0

    Step aside, DDR. In the Groove provides a sense of uniqueness to almost every aspect of the rhythm-based games. The first thing I noticed were the graphics. The colors of everything just work tog...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 9.8

    better then ddr. faster songs, better songs. the best songs are already unlock. better then ddrmax2. better then ddrmax2

    Rated on December 28, 2005 by juego

    this game is way better then ddr cause it has faster hardcore techno which ddr has sorry a#$ songs. which puts you alseep. Im not saying all ddr games are like that, but the only ddr game that is like...

    1 out of 4 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 10

    itg best game ever

    Rated on August 03, 2006 by Bloodgnome10

    itg is the best dancing game ever well that I'v played it has about 80 songs in it so what im trying to say it is a vary good game it is hard but if you are good at it. It is a awsome game it has 5 se...

    0 out of 3 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.4

    DDR is better by a lot.

    Rated on January 12, 2006 by B-Boys4Life

    I'm not saying this game is bad but look it gets boring really I dont like how really you can't aim for anything on this game like DDR which is AAAs. I play this game on controller because it a waste ...

    0 out of 3 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 3.3

    Indie dancing games suck. . .<br /> This game should be called &quot;In The Dork&quot;

    Rated on February 06, 2007 by 2deluxe

    Good: Lots of challenging step patterns that the hardcore folk will enjoy. Bad: Nerd factor through the roof; lame American style song selection; Kyle Ward is an untalented artist (just like fellow...

    1 out of 8 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.2

    Great Dancing Game...Better than DDR

    Rated on February 11, 2006 by corbaddusa

    In the Groove is a dancing game where you have to hit the arrows with your feet when they pass over the cue bar. It has a great song selection, from rap to classical. BPM ranges from about 100-320. ...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.9

    Any hardcore player should be pleased, and the game is as good as any to start with, too.

    Rated on June 29, 2005 by GredegHeado-san

    Here in North America, dancing games are a budding genre that is starting to gain popularity. It's an odd genre, in that hardcore players must spend hundreds on a high-quality pad before getting the m...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 8.9

    DDR is high school. ITG is College.

    Rated on June 26, 2005 by Gear-Box

    If you first look at In the Groove (ITG), it seems like a rip-off of DDR. Roxor and Konami even went to court to discuss this matter, but that didn't stop ITG from reaching home pads everywhere. While...

    6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 6.9

    It's certainly full of changes, but it's not revolutionizing anything but player's attitudes.

    Rated on June 30, 2005 by goodcooljas

    So here it is, the game that was supposed to revolutionize the dancing video game genre which is currently controled by Konami. While the game certainly is different from the acclaimed Dance Dance Re...

    2 out of 5 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 10

    One of the best music/rhythm games out there.

    Rated on March 10, 2006 by maxerAA

    If you didn't know, ITG is just like DDR. you have 4 arrows at the top of the screen, and you have to hit arrows as they come up. DDR started this, and ITG made it better. I already described the...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.