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In Japan that summer KONAMI also did extensive location testing for a new BEMANI series - [[AC MSC|MÚSECA]]. After five location tests throughout the summer, the game finally launched in December, and was given a lukewarm reception at release, with much criticism given to its hard to see visuals and somewhat strict life bar. An [[AC MSC 1%2B1/2|update]] to the game the following year would address these issues.
 
In Japan that summer KONAMI also did extensive location testing for a new BEMANI series - [[AC MSC|MÚSECA]]. After five location tests throughout the summer, the game finally launched in December, and was given a lukewarm reception at release, with much criticism given to its hard to see visuals and somewhat strict life bar. An [[AC MSC 1%2B1/2|update]] to the game the following year would address these issues.
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beatmania IIDX returns to home versions with the release of [[CS INFINITAS|beatmania IIDX INFINITAS]].
  
 
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* December 1st: [[CS INFINITAS|beatmania IIDX INFINITAS]] is released in Japan for PC, requiring the コナステ service to run.
 
* December 2nd: ''DanceDanceRevolution ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Vol.2'' released.
 
* December 2nd: ''DanceDanceRevolution ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Vol.2'' released.
 
* December 10th: [[AC MSC|MÚSECA]] is released to Japanese arcades.
 
* December 10th: [[AC MSC|MÚSECA]] is released to Japanese arcades.

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2015

A location test for DanceDanceRevolution (2014) was held at various Round 1 and Dave & Buster's locations in California during the summer of 2015. The game had its interface translated into English, and included eAMUSEMENT support. Although the location test was a success, the game's release was cancelled following the announcement of DanceDanceRevolution A, which was released instead at next year.

In Japan that summer KONAMI also did extensive location testing for a new BEMANI series - MÚSECA. After five location tests throughout the summer, the game finally launched in December, and was given a lukewarm reception at release, with much criticism given to its hard to see visuals and somewhat strict life bar. An update to the game the following year would address these issues.

beatmania IIDX returns to home versions with the release of beatmania IIDX INFINITAS.

January

  • January 21st: SOUND HOLIC's KONAMI-published album, 斬 -ZAN-, is released. It consists of all the BEMANI original songs they had composed at the time, plus four new songs.
  • January 28th:
    • GITADORA OverDrive Original Soundtracks released.
    • jubeat saucer ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK -7 Bros.- released.

February

  • February 20th: jubeat prop is released to Japanese arcades.

March

April

  • April 20th: EXIT TUNES DANCE PARTY -beatnation RHYZE music council- is released.
  • April 21st: GITADORA Tri-Boost is released to Japanese arcades.

July

  • July 1st:
  • July 29th:
    • pop'n music ラピストリア Original Soundtrack Vol.2 released.
    • GITADORA Tri-Boost Original Soundtrack Volume.01 released.
  • July 31st: e-amusement support for ミライダガッキ FutureTomTom Ver.2 ends, marking the end of the series.

September

  • September 16th:
    • beatmania IIDX 22 PENDUAL ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK VOL.2 album released.
    • EXIT TUNES DANCE PARTY -beatnation summit 2015- DVD released.

October

  • October 21st: BEMANI SUMMER DIARY 2015 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK released.
  • October 28th: REFLEC BEAT VOLZZA is released to Japanese arcades.

November

December

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