Konami announced today that their long running dancing series Dance Dance Revolution will be making its first appearence on the PS3 this fall. As the first iteration of the long standing franchise to be featured on Sony's current-gen console, DanceDanceRevolution will attempt to breathe some new life into the series by incorporating Move support and new game modes alongside some of the features which made the game an arcade staple.
The biggest change coming to DDR this year will be the implementation of Move controls. No longer will your feet be only worry, as now there will be movements mapped out for both your hands and feet at the same time. The implementation of the EYE will also allow you to satisfy your inner Steven Spielberg With the EYE, you'll be able to control various effects on screen and record your foot stomping, hand waving performance for the world to see (if you are so inclined, of course).
Other new features include 25 brand-new songs from Konami and 20 additional licensed tracks, with more promised via PSN. There will also be a new Dance-off mode, which allows you and your friends to take turns battling it out with each other to see who can rack up more points and club mode, which allows you to dance until your gauge is empty: anywhere from 4 to 20. Or, if you're really devoted, you can try the non-stop mode, which throws arrows your way until your gauge is empty.
All of this will compliment the classic DDR gameplay when Dance Dance Revolution is released for the PS3 this fall. Color us curious to see how this fares with the Kinect-compatible Dance Masters come this holiday season. Of course, we'll have a hands-on of both of them at the Konami press event on the 26th.