Sound like a foolhardy idea? Sure, until you realize they're not talking about Ms. Pac-Man or Mortal Kombat, but the ubiquitous, inexplicably addictive and downright exhausting game Dance Dance Revolution. Even if you're not a video game fan, you may have wandered by an arcade and wondered "Why are the kids in there moving so much? Shouldn't they be frozen, zombie-like, in front of their joysticks?" Welcome to the Revolution.
The game is played on a metal dance pad with four arrow panels: left,... READ ON