DDR Disney Channel Edition (DCE) marks the second time Konami has made a DDR game with a Disney theme. This time, instaed of putting in Super Eurobeat remixes, Konami opted to make the game relevant to today's youth with songs taken from some of the most popular Disney Channel IPs of today from High School Musical, Hannah Montana, Cheetah Girls (minus Raven), The Suite Life . . ., to Kim Possible. More than half of the game's 37 songs are devoted to the Disney stuff while the rest are Konami Original tracks repeated from previous DDR mixes such as DoLL, B4U, HIGHER, Baile La Samba, Sockem (DDR UM4), There 4 You, etc. Developed by German studio Keen Games, there are some minor quirks to the game's performance. Some of the Disney songs feel offsync a little, banner designs are attrocious, load times are longer, and the inerface is pretty ugly. Overall this is a smaller scalled DDR title that really should only be bought for fans of the modern Disney Channel and completionists such as I.