According to Wikipedia these Pads are "a flat electronic game controller used for input in dance games. Most dance pads are divided into a 3×3 matrix of square panels for the player to stand on, with some or all of the panels corresponding to directions or actions within the game". Now you and me both know that these can be used for more than just dance games and on this page we'll show you how to hook up your favorite dance pad to your favorite console/game. Table of Contents:
The general rule is that if the Dance Pad has a USB port, you'll be good to go. Here are the dance pads we have used in the past
Pretty decent pads however if you really really want to use these you'll be in a world of pain setting this up for games that are not on the Wii. You'll have to also purchase a gamecube controller adapter plus install drivers and multiple programs to make it work. Not Our First Recommendation.
The word is that these pads are actually pretty solid. However $85 is too expensive in my opinion. Especially if you can get great performance from PS2 dance pads. The good thing about these pads is that they use a USB port to connect so it'll save you a few minutes to set it up.
How To Connect to PC
If you can't watch the video, here's a quick how-to:
Connect your Dance Pad to your PC (via USB or Converter)