Japanese DanceDanceRevolution Games

From RemyWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
DanceDanceRevolution
History - Gameplay (Scoring - GROOVE RADAR) - Trivia - Glossary
AC releases (Info - All region) - CS releases (JP - US - EU - Other)
List of DDR characters - List of DDR artists - List of DDR songs (CS exclusives)

This page is under heavy construction.

Japanese DanceDanceRevolution Games

This page is a list of every Japanese DanceDanceRevolution console game releases. Games are listed by system in order of release.

PlayStation

  • DanceDanceRevolution 2ndReMIX
    • A port containing all the new songs from the arcade version, plus the arcade KONAMI originals from the first game. Also includes the songs from the LINK VERSION.
  • DanceDanceRevolution BEST HITS
    • A compilation of 29 songs from the first three DDR arcade/CS releases (sans the CLUB VERSiON games). Uses the 3rdMIX game engine.
  • DanceDanceRevolution 4thMIX CS
    • A port of the original arcade version, containing all the new songs from 4thMIX arcade, plus the three missing licenses from 3rdMIX. Also includes the new Dancemania licenses from 3rdMIX PLUS. First of the only two Japanese CS releases with Solo Mode.
  • DanceDanceRevolution EXTRA MIX
    • A collection containing all the new licenses/KONAMI originals from both DDR Solo games (Solo BASS MIX) and Solo 2000) and 4thMIX PLUS (except the NONSTOP songs and PETIT LOVE). Only Japanese CS release with the Solo announcer, and the last CS Japanese release with Solo Mode. Uses the 4thMIX PLUS engine.
  • DanceDanceRevolution 5thMIX CS
    • Last Japanese DDR release on the PlayStation. Contains all the new songs from the arcade version. Also contains a large image gallery and a DATA BANK filled with over 2000 charts submitted by fans.

PlayStation 2

  • エアロビクスレボリューション
    • Fitness software aimed at women, using the DDR mat as way to do several exercises. Includes a "DDR Mode" for standard DDR gameplay. The songs are longer than the average DDR song at around 3 minutes in length and there's no licenses.
  • DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME CS (Japan)
    • Contains all of the new licenses (except SENORITA (Speedy Mix)), KONAMI originals and BEMANI crossovers from the arcade version (except for the CS crossover remixes, which were already featured in the previous game), an assortment of old DDR songs from 1st through MAX2, the new originals / BEMANI crossovers from MAX 2 US CS, and 4 new CS songs.
  • DanceDanceRevolution Party Collection
    • The second best hits package, including Dancemania licenses spanning from 1st through EXTREME, an assortment of KONAMI originals, and 5 new CS songs. Game engine is a reskinned EXTREME with new menu music by Sota Fujimori.
  • ダイエットチャンネル
    • Sequel to エアロビクスレボリューション, using the same engine. ダイエットチャンネル features a larger songlist with several licenses, all of them covers. Songs also now have more unique (but still limited) background animations, graphics and on-screen lyrics.
  • DDR FESTIVAL -DanceDanceRevolution-
    • A compilation of the new KONAMI originals (and some of the licenses) from DDR EXTREME US CS, all the new original DDR ULTRAMIX songs (and all the new KONAMI originals from the first six Ultramix song packs), some old DDR KONAMI originals, a few exclusive Japanese licensed covers, and two new original remixes. All the Ultramix songs have new Heavy charts, but no Beginner charts. Uses the EXTREME US interface and engine.
  • DanceDanceRevolution STR!KE
    • Another compilation game. Contains all the new KONAMI originals / BEMANI transplants from both DDR EXTREME2 and DDR ULTRAMIX2 (though not including the song packs), some of EXTREME2's new licenses, and 4 new licenses. Also contains 4 new KONAMI originals / BEMANI crossovers. None of the Ultramix 2 crossovers have new charts, unlike in Festival. Uses the DDR EXTREME2 interface and engine.
  • DanceDanceRevolution X CS (Japan)
    • Final Japanese PlayStation 2 DDR release. Contains nearly all the arcade version's new licenses (save for Put 'Em Up), all the new KONAMI originals / BEMANI crossovers, some of the US licenses, some old DDR KONAMI originals, and 2 new CS songs. However, it's missing all the X-Special charts and HOTTEST PARTY crossovers from the arcade version. It is also the only JP CS release to feature A Different Drum licenses.

Sega Dreamcast

Nintendo 64

Nintendo GameCube

  • DanceDanceRevolution with MARIO
    • Only Gamecube DDR game. Most of the songs are remixes of songs from Nintendo's Mario games, as well as classical remixes. Uses the DDRMAX-SuperNOVA2 announcer.

Nintendo Wii

Game Boy Color

Game Boy Advance

  • みんなの王子様
    • A mini-game collection game based on The Prince of Tennis (テニスの王子様) franchise. One of its mini-games is named Rhythm Rhythm Revolution, based on the DanceDanceRevolution series but with 7 songs from The Prince of Tennis.

PC

  • Dancing Karaoke DKara
    • A free karaoke game that has a DDR mode. Songs must be purchased online, and a limited amount of songs are compatible with the DDR mode.
  • DanceDanceRevolution V
    • A freely playable game that runs on the Unity engine in a web browser. An open alpha test period began on May 14th, 2020 and ended on August 24th, 2021.

Mobile

  • DanceDanceRevolution S
    • A collection of 26 songs. First Japanese DDR game for iOS. Shake Mode is introduced, where you have to move the device as shown on-screen. Unlike its next iteration, the first S title has no downloadable song packs.
  • DanceDanceRevolution S+
    • A collection of 3 songs. DanceDanceRevolution S+ has the lowest amount of default songs in any DanceDanceRevolution CS title. There are 67 song packs available for download.
  • DanceDanceRevolution Pocket Edition
    • Requires Apple TV to play. Audio quality is 60 kbps and charts are randomly generated. DanceDanceRevolution Pocket Edition has 310 downloadable songs, the largest song list in any DDR home release.

Other