Only two dance levels can be selected: BASIC and ANOTHER (DIFFICULT). The Beginner and Challenge chart were added in DDR X3 VS 2ndMIX. Yellow represents licensed music, white represents Konami Originals (music developed within Konami by their own in-house artists), and blue represents Boss Songs (DDR terminology for the hardest songs available).

In the original DanceDanceRevolution, it's only possible to have an EXTRA STAGE by playing BASIC Single Play which give access to one song on ANOTHER. In the later games, the version folder for DanceDanceRevolution is called. In the later games, the version folder for DanceDanceRevolution is called DDR 1st. The arcade release of Dancing Stage Fusion was made available to the public several months after the console versions. MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) is a remix of MAKE IT BETTER from Dance Dance Revolution Internet Ranking Ver. Same music selection as Normal.

The following three lists are playable songs in each respective version of Dancing Stage Fusion. "Make It Better" Mitsu-O! https://dancedancerevolution.fandom.com/wiki/MAKE_IT_BETTER_(So-REAL_Mix)?oldid=16132, MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) is a remix of. MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) is the third song with a Shock Arrow Challenge chart where the notecount is higher than the Expert chart, after. None of the songs contain Freeze Arrows and there are no unlocks. During gameplay, the selected character appears on screen dancing in front of animations. MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) by mitsu-O!

The song has been cosmetically altered in, The album art has been changed to the background rather than the CD image & album art.

The arcade release marked a total game engine upgrade from the old PlayStation-based boards to a new system built on top of an off-the-shelf PlayStation 2. This hardware upgrade would be later featured in the global release of Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova in 2006. MANIAC (EXPERT) was added with the Internet Ranking Version. SUMMER. (EU): April 2005PlayStation:(EU): November 5, 2004PlayStation 2:(EU) November 5, 2004(AU) October 1, 2004, PEGI = 3+PEGI = 4+ PTPlayStation 2:PEGI = 3+PEGI = 4+ PTOFLCA = G AU. MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) was revived for DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMIX, as part of the game's 2ndMIX mode.

The arcade version of Fusion was the first arcade machine in Europe since Dancing Stage EuroMix 2 and set a milestone as the first Dance Dance Revolution arcade machine produced by Konami since Dance Dance Revolution Extreme in 2002.

For the song of the same title, please see Dance Dance Revolution (song). Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (North America), https://dancedancerevolution.fandom.com/wiki/Dancing_Stage_Fusion?oldid=21793. Full credits list: DanceDanceRevolution credits. VERSUS: After inserting 2 coins, press and hold both the Left and Right arrow and then press Start.

For the 2013 arcade game of the same title, please see DanceDanceRevolution (2013). A few songs can be found in both modes.

The Internet Ranking Version update is the most common version, and includes two new songs and some interface updates. In the Internet Ranking Version, this was expanded to also include ANOTHER Single Play granting a song on MANIAC and BASIC Double Play giving a song on ANOTHER to play.
The music selection screen is a jukebox-like menu with 6 CD covers, each representing a song available to play. Make It Better Remix – Fastforward Written-By – Naoki Maeda: 2-16 – Bus Stop Featuring Carl Douglas: Kung Fu Fighting Featuring – Carl Douglas: 2-17 – KC & The Sunshine Band: That's The Way (I Like It) 2-18 – N.M.R.

MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) was revived for DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMIX, as part of the game's 2ndMIX mode. It was made available for play on X3 mode on August 2, 2012.

Successfully hit arrows disappear and display a flash on the receptors. Summer: Mitsu-O!

37 "Orion.78 (Civilization Mix)" 2MB 38 "Paranoia Max (Dirty Mix)" 190: 39 "Still In My Heart" Naoki 40 "Sync (Extreme Version)" OutPhase: 41 "Tomorrow Perfume" DJ Taka 42 "Trip Machine" De-Sire 43 "Trip Machine (Luv Mix)" 2MB De-Sire 44 "Try 2 Luv.

BABY BABY GIMME YOUR LOVE, CELEBRATE NITE, DYNAMITE RAVE, KEEP ON MOVIN', Let the beat hit em!, LOVE THIS FEELIN', MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix), PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME, Silent Hill, WILD RUSH received new BATTLE charts based on their old ones. Many of the songs contain Freeze Arrows and the songs listed with a padlock must be unlocked by meeting certain in-game requirements before players can access them. The EXTRA STAGE system gives access to one free song on the next dance level difficulty than the currently selected one by the player if it exists. DanceDanceRevolution is also known as "version 1.0", and the Internet Ranking Version as "version 1.5". This page was last edited on 19 March 2020, at 17:19.

The Dancing Stage Fusion arcade machine was featured in the music video for Madonna's hit single "Hung Up". Server Time: 2020-09-12 22:31:26 This page took 0.014 seconds to execute. Although, in reverse, the song "Hung Up" has never been featured in any Dance Dance Revolution game.

Only one modifier was available: the TURN option MIRROR, which required a step code to be entered on the dance stage.

It can only be changed using step codes after that. Versus play was added and it requires a code to activate.

– Mitsu-O! DanceDanceRevolution official english site, https://remywiki.com/index.php?title=AC_DDR_1st&oldid=433474, DanceDanceRevolution: September 26th, 1998 (Japan), 1999 (Asia), DanceDanceRevolution Internet Ranking Version: November 18th, 1998. Three play modes are available: Easy, Normal and Hard. The difficulty is selected at the same time as the play mode. The game features an announcer which was used until.

The game features promotional materials related to the Dancemania series during the opening credits. Single MANIAC and Double ANOTHER charts were added. The soundtrack of the PlayStation Dancing Stage Fusion release is a cut down list of the music available on the PlayStation 2 version. The PlayStation 2 release of Dancing Stage Fusion features a much larger list of licensed tracks and Konami Originals. The Couple difficulty (not included) is the same as the Single difficulty.
As the name suggests, Internet Ranking codes are displayed after the game.

DanceDanceRevolution has the first introduction video of the series during the opening credits. DanceDanceRevolution has the first introduction video of the series during the opening credits. The other condition is to clear a song on the FINAL STAGE with a full-gauge to either get TRIP MACHINE to appear when playing NORMAL mode or TRIP MACHINE or PARANOiA on HARD mode. Songs with a bolded chart (mostly Single MANIAC and Double ANOTHER) were added in DanceDanceRevolution Internet Ranking Version. This page is for the first DanceDanceRevolution game, released in 1998. ANOTHER: On Music Screen, press ↑↑↓↓↑↑↓↓ on the foot panels and then Enter. For the 2010 Wii/PS3/Xbox 360 game, please see DanceDanceRevolution (2010).

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MANIAC: On Music Screen, press ←←→→←←→→ on the foot panels and then Enter. The score is now displayed in red instead of blue. This would continue to be the case for several versions after that. MIRROR: On Music Screen, press ←→←→←→←→ on the foot panels and then Enter.

The possible step timing are Perfect! DOUBLE: On the Music Screen, press ↑↑↓↓←→←→ on the foot panels and then Enter. Server Time: 2020-11-10 17:16:27 This page took 0.05 seconds to execute. However, some of the videos are shared between the songs. DanceDanceRevolution is also known as "version 1.0", and the Internet Ranking Version as "version 1.5". MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix)'s Single charts. It also received a new Challenge chart. In April of the following year, Dancing Stage Fusion was released as an arcade game. 36 "Make It Better (So-Real Mix)" Mitsu-O! Fusion featured new gameplay features such as EyeToy support for the PlayStation 2 release as well as new music from hit pop artists.

EXORBITANT was added as feet level 8 and the feet levels 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 were changed to MODERATE, ORDINARY, SUPERIOR, MARVELOUS, PARAMOUNT respectively. The difficulty is rated in a foot rating scale of 1 to 7 (up to 8 in Internet Ranking Version) for all the dance levels available on each song: SIMPLE (1 foot), AVERAGE (2 feet), NOVICE (3 feet), EXPERT (4 feet), PROFESSIONAL (5 feet), GENUINE (6 feet), HERO (7 feet).