Difference between revisions of "BEMANI Timeline"

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* [[2011]]: the end of console BEMANI
 
* [[2011]]: the end of console BEMANI
 
* [[2012 (year)|2012]]: the rise of the [[AC SDVX|doujin scene]]
 
* [[2012 (year)|2012]]: the rise of the [[AC SDVX|doujin scene]]
* [[2013]]: always online
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* [[2013]]: always online, and good bye [[Naoki Maeda|NAOKI]] and [[Junko Karashima|jun]]
 
* [[2014]]: [[beatnation Records]] RHYZEs
 
* [[2014]]: [[beatnation Records]] RHYZEs
 
* [[2015]]: hi, [[AC_MSC|MÚSECA]], and the rise of BEMANI in コナステ
 
* [[2015]]: hi, [[AC_MSC|MÚSECA]], and the rise of BEMANI in コナステ

Revision as of 22:42, 11 October 2019

This list is under VERY heavy construction.

BEMANI Timeline
1997 - 1998 - 1999
2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009
2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016 - 2017 - 2018 - 2019
2020

BEMANI Timeline

In late 1997, KONAMI launched beatmania, the very first BEMANI arcade game. While not the first rhythm game, its colorful graphics, variety of music, and then high challenge captivated players, and spawned a music game multimedia franchise that has spawned over a dozen different series, and still continues to thrive in Japan to this day over 20 years later.

This timeline will cover the following BEMANI-related events by year:

  1. Release dates of arcade and home BEMANI games.
  2. Release dates of game soundtracks.
  3. Release dates of any BEMANI game events.
  4. Release dates of various KONAMI-published soundtracks.
  5. Various things that happen to in-house staff members (i.e. Akira Yamaoka's quitting KONAMI in 2009.)

It will NOT cover:

  1. Releases of albums not directly from KONAMI. (There are far too many of these to cover.)
  2. Commission artists, unless they are strongly tied to KONAMI (for example, kors k and Ryu*).
  3. Any music game from KONAMI not under the BEMANI label (i.e. Rock Revolution).
  4. Karaoke Revolution, as the Japanese releases don't consider it a BEMANI franchise.

With that said, click on a year to begin looking up history.

The 1990's

The 2000's

The 2010's

The 2020's