Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2

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Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2
Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2 Japanese PlayStation 2 cover art.jpg
PlayStation 2 cover art
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Distributor(s)
Series Dance Dance Revolution
Bemani
Platform(s) Arcade, PlayStation 2
Release date(s) Arcade
  • JP August 22, 2007
  • NA January 17, 2008
PlayStation 2
  • JP February 21, 2008
Genre(s) Music, exercise
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Cabinet Custom
Arcade system Bemani Python 2
CPU 128 Bit Emotion Engine
Sound SPU2 & CPU
Display 29" flat CRT (Raster, 740x480)

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2 (ダンスダンスレボリューションスーパーノヴァ2 Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon SūpāNova Tsū?) is an arcade game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was produced by Konami and released through Betson Enterprises. The game was released in Japan on August 22, 2007, while the North American version was released several months later. The Japanese version is its 10th traditional arcade release. A European arcade release was cancelled due to an EU sanction preventing the export of the original PlayStation 2 (which SuperNOVA utilized as its hardware).

Gameplay[edit]

Core gameplay in DDR did not change much from previous versions, although the scoring system received another major overhaul:

The maximum points available for a song is 1,000,000 points in multiples of 10 (In multiples of 1 when in NonStop or Challenge). The value of each step, jump, or freeze is equal to 1,000,000 divided by (Number of steps [A jump will be considered a step in scoring] + Number of freezes [A pair of freeze that starts and ends at the same time will be considered as one freeze in scoring]). Marvelous/O.K. are each worth this value. Perfects are worth that value minus 10, and Greats are worth that value divided by 2 minus 10; or roughly half the value of perfects. Country ranking has disappeared, but personal ranking and machine ranking is still displayed. The Marvelous step judgment, which was previously only used in Nonstop and Challenge mode, is now used in regular play, and the count for missed freezes (N.G.) is also shown on the results screen. Stars, which previously appear when the player score past 100 combos are now only shown when the player score Marvelous (which was not used on the North American PlayStation 2 port)

Additionally, the requirements for a 'AAA' grade have changed. Previously, a player was required to get all possible O.K.s and to obtain a Perfect or Marvelous on every step. Now, all that is required is for the player to obtain 990,000 points; thus, it is possible to get a 'AAA' with greats, or even steps that break combo. A 'AAA' is still obtained for getting all perfects or better, but underneath the 'AAA' graphic a message of "Perfect Full Combo!" is displayed. Getting all possible O.K.s is not a requirement of getting a Perfect Full Combo however.

Also, several songs have had their step charts re-rated; the 10-foot Expert singles chart for Sakura is now a 9, and the 9-foot Challenge chart is now an 8. The doubles charts have been re-rated from 10 to 9 for Expert and from 9 to 10 for Challenge (this is generally regarded to be an error, although it is present in the final build of the game). Flow (Jammin' Ragga Mix) has also been changed from 8-feet to 9 on Single Expert.

A separate Doubles Premium option similar to what was offered by In the Groove 2 has been added, charging one credit per player (allowing doubles for one credit), but still requiring 2 credits for 2 player play. The ability to change UI text based on payment method (coins, token, swipe cards or keys) has also been added.

Extra stages[edit]

SuperNOVA 2 features a completely new system for Extra Stages. If the player earns an A during the first or second stage, the song Unreal by Black Rose Garden is unlocked for play on the final stage for whatever difficulty the player earned the A on (e.g. earning an A on Difficult will unlock the song on Difficult). Earning AA or higher will unlock the song for all difficulties instead. This special final stage songs can be played to earn the Extra Stage.

If the player scores an AA or higher on Unreal or any song chosen by Random with difficulty same as what Unreal the player earns the Extra Stage. At this point, the song NGO by Keiichi Nabeshima becomes available for play. As above, earning an AA or above will unlock with the difficulty same as the final stage. Any song can be chosen as Extra Stage, but only NGO or any other song chosen by Random will earn the Encore Extra Stage.

Unlocking Final Stage boss songs can also be obtained in the Beginner Mode. Fulfilling the requirements in the Beginner Mode opens up Peace, PARANOiA and Flowers as "Boss" songs, even they are not hidden or normally are boss songs.

If the player scores an AA or higher on NGO at Extra Stage, the player earns the Encore Extra Stage, and the songs TRIP MACHINE PhoeniX by DE-SIRE alterative become available for play at whatever difficulty the player completed Extra Stage. However, the player may choose to play any song. Triggers over e-Amusement or through unlock codes unlocks new boss songs for Extra Stage and cycling the current available song on a stage into the previous one (e.g. when PARANOiA (HADES) becomes available for Encore Extra Stage, TRIP MACHINE PhoeniX becomes Extra Stage while NGO becomes Final Stage, etc.). PARANOiA (HADES) becomes available for EES on September 27, 2007, Pluto as of November 8, 2007, Pluto Relinquish as of December 20, 2007, and as of April 3, 2008, all extra stage songs becomes available for regular play

In addition to the new Extra Stage system, the modifier selections have changed. On Extra Stage, the player can choose any modifiers, but the player is given the Challenge Mode battery with "lives" to attempt the stage, instead of the previous "pressure mode" dance gauge (which could only decrease). The number of lives is determined by the score on the final stage as shown in the table.

Score range Quantity of lives
990,000 to 1,000,000 4
975,000 to 989,990 3
962,500 to 974,990 2
0 to 962,500 1

As with Challenge mode, any step judgment lower than "Great" causes a loss of life. In Versus, if the Extra Stage is earned by one player but not by the other, the other player will still be given a chance at Extra Stage with one life on the battery. Encore Extra Stage retains the Sudden Death mode and the player may not change any other modifiers. In addition, extra stages can now be played on any difficulty level.

Characters[edit]

DDR SuperNOVA 2 introduce 4 new characters, three of which are reworked version of characters from older games. All 8 characters from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA returned for this installment and still uses their old costume. Each character, old and new also has a new alternate costume.

New[edit]

  • Yuni (Returning)
  • Alice (Returning)
  • Concent Be-Fu (the alternate costume is Concent Kyo-Fu)
  • Julio

Returning[edit]

  • Afro (Disco on the US and EU version)
  • Emi
  • Rage
  • Baby-Lon
  • Gus
  • Jenny
  • Robo-Zukin (the alternate costume is Dark-Zukin)
  • Ruby

e-Amusement[edit]

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova2 retains e-Amusement information from SuperNOVA; in addition, e-Amusement is now able to keep track of weight and calories burned. When play is over, the player can see how many calories are burned in that session and how many Enjoy Points were received; Enjoy Points are a form of experience points, achieving specific Enjoy Levels can trigger unlocks for different features and songs. The player can also see their statistics before and after play, including a Groove Radar display indicating their strengths and weaknesses in the 5 Groove Radar categories.

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova2 is also the first e-Amusement game to provide the service outside of Japan, with the first and currently only publicly accessible e-Amusement enabled machine in North America located at a Brunswick Zone bowling alley in Naperville, Illinois. Konami's offices in El Segundo, California also have a machine on the e-Amusement network, as well as an unknown location listed on internet ranking pages as "Midtown 7F". For machines not connected to e-Amusement, unlock codes were released that could be executed on the title screen to unlock certain songs.

Zukin Wars[edit]

On September 5, 2007, Konami introduced the Zukin Wars "story" to SuperNOVA 2 with Zukin Wars - episode 1, a special event done over e-Amusement. Each player is assigned to one of three teams - Red, Yellow, and Green. Before the Final Stage, a special mission will appear with special instructions. If the player completes this mission with certain criteria, he or she will "defeat" a given number of "Dark Dancers" (which are just Robo-Zukins in a black shade with the letter D). The total number defeated dancers is kept in record. Defeating a specific amount of Dark Dancers will automatically unlock a new song, and anyone who was on the winning team also received the song. The song earned, became available for standard play when the next event begins.

The Zukin wars ended on September 27 and the winner was announced to be the Green Team. They, and anyone who had beaten more than 840 Dark Dances, were rewarded with the song: L'Amour et la liberté (Darwin & DJ Silver remix) by NAOKI in the MERCURE [1]

Episode 2 started on October 18, 2007 and L'Amour et la liberté (Darwin & DJ Silver remix) was unlocked for everyone to play. Episode 2 ended on November 8, and the winner was announced to be the Yellow team. They, and anyone who had beaten more than 380 Dark Dancers, were awarded STARS★★★ (Re-tuned by HΛL) -DDR Edition- for normal play.

Episode 3 started on November 29, 2007 and STARS★★★ was unlocked for everyone to play. Episode 3 ended on December 20, 2007, and the winner was announced to be the Green Team. They, and anyone who had beaten more than 320 Dark Dancers were awarded 木星~組曲『惑星』より by PLEIADES PRODUCTION (Jupiter (The Bringer of Jollity) when translated) for normal play.

Episode 4 started on January 10, 2008 and 木星~組曲『惑星』より was unlocked for everyone to play. Episode 4 ended on January 31, 2008, and the winner was announced to be the Yellow Team. They, and anyone who had beaten more than 330 Dark Dancers were awarded Uranus by Tatsh SN2 Style for normal play.

Zukin Wars events were later done for North America, even though there was still only 1 machine connected.

Music[edit]

The following is the complete list of new songs on SuperNOVA 2.[1]

This song list is based on the Japanese arcade version's songlist.[2] Some songs may not be immediately available on all North American machines, as some songs require either access to e-Amusement or entry of special step codes to unlock them. All songs present on Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA except for the 8 songs mentioned (all of them from the Japanese PS2 version of SuperNOVA) at the end of the article are also present. The American PlayStation 2 release of SuperNOVA 2 also features a completely different songlist. Songs with clapperboard indicates it has a special background video

Song Artist Other Information
Licensed Songs (14 total)
"Unbelievable" EMF DANCEMANIA License
"Angelus -アンジェラス-" 島谷ひとみ Avex License, Opening theme for InuYasha anime
"Sunrise (Jason Nevins Club Mix)" Duran Duran EMI Records License
"Me Against the Music" Helen DANCEMANIA License

(Britney Spears cover)

"Ain't No Mountain High Enough" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat. MALAYA (Diana Ross cover)
"Burn Baby Burn" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat. ANDY L (Ash cover)
"Come Clean" NM feat. Susan Z. from DDR SuperNOVA (North American PS2)

(Hilary Duff cover)

"Faint" PEGASUS (Linkin Park cover)
"My Favorite Things" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat. ALISON WADE (The Sound of Music cover)
"Two Months Off" TECHNO MASTERS (Underworld cover)
"Waiting for Tonight" P.A.T. from DDR Extreme (North American PS2)

(Jennifer Lopez cover)

"stealth" Daisuke Asakura KONAMI Special Collaboration
"switch" Daisuke Asakura ex. TERRA KONAMI Special Collaboration
"Trust -Dance Dance Revolution mix-" This song has a music video Tatsh feat. ヨーコ Konami Special Collaboration
Konami Original (11 songs)
"A thing called LOVE" This song has a music video D-Crew 2 US New Konami Original
"dream of love" Kaori Nishina New Konami Original
"Electrified" SySF. New Konami Original
"Every Day, Every Night (NM Style)" LEA DROP feat. Ant Johnston New Konami Original
"Freeway Shuffle" This song has a music video dj TAKA New Konami Original
"GIRIGILI 門前雀羅" Cheki-ROWS New Konami Original
"Music In The Rhythm" This song has a music video nc ft. 触電 New Konami Original
"Shades of Grey" Fracus New Konami Original
"Vem brincar" This song has a music video Caldeira feat. Téka Penteriche New Konami Original
"volcano" Yasuhiro Abe New Konami Original
"Why not" Darwin New Konami Original
From Home Version (8 songs)
"Baby's Tears (スカイガールズ・オープニングテーマ)" This song has a music video 小坂りゆ from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (JP PS2)
"Feelings Won't Fade (Extended Trance Mix)" SySF. from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (US PS2) (Online Play)
Ending song of DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix
"Flow (Jammin' Ragga Mix)" Scotty D. revisits U1 from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (US PS2)
"Fly Away -mix del matador-" Shawn the Horny Master feat. ChiyoTia from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (US PS2)
"Silver Platform -I wanna get your heart-" U1 Reincarnates w/ Leah from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (US PS2) (Online Play)
"SOUL CRASH" nc ft. HARDCORE NATION from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (JP PS2)
"Star Gate Heaven (Future Love Mix)" SySF. feat. Donna Burke from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (US PS2)
"Trim" kobo from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (US PS2) (Online Play)
BEMANI Crossovers (7 total)
"Blind Justice ~Torn souls, Hurt Faiths~" This song has a music video Zektbach from Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold
"Raspberry♥Heart (English Version)" This song has a music video jun feat. PAULA TERRY from Beatmania IIDX 11 IIDXRED
"FIRE" 泉 陸奥彦 from GuitarFreaks
"Arrabbiata" Reven-G 改 from Pop'n Music 10
"Bloody Tears (IIDX EDITION)" This song has a music video DJ YOSHITAKA from Beatmania IIDX 13: Distorted
"CaptivAte ~誓い~" DJ YOSHITAKA feat. A/I from Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold
"Votum stellarum ~forest #25 DDR RMX~" iconoclasm from Pop'n Music 15 ADVENTURE
GRAND CROSS Series (10 total)
"SUNKiSS♥DROP" jun with Alison represents Sun
"MOONSTER" kobo uniting Marsha & D. represents Moon
from Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (JP PS2)
"L'amour et la liberté (Darwin & DJ Silver remix)" NAOKI in the MERCURE represents Mercury
"Venus" This song has a music video Tatsh+RayZY represents Venus
from GuitarFreaks V3 / Drummania V3
"STARS★★★ (Re-tuned by HΛL) -DDR EDITION- This song has a music video TЁЯRA represents Earth
from Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold
"MARS WAR 3" JET GIRL SPIN represents Mars
from Pop'n Music 13 Carnival
"木星~組曲『惑星』より" PLEIADES PRODUCTION represents Jupiter
"Saturn" Mr. Saturn represents Saturn
"Uranus" Tatsh SN2 Style represents Uranus
"Poseidon" NAOKI underground represents Neptune
Ending song of this game
Boss Songs (5 Total)
"Unreal" This song has a music video Black Rose Garden New Konami Original
accessible as FINAL STAGE
"NGO" 鍋嶋圭一 New Konami Original
default EXTRA STAGE
accessible as FINAL STAGE#2
"TRIP MACHINE PhoeniX" This song has a music video DE-SIRE 改 New Konami Original
default ENCORE EXTRA STAGE
accessible as EXTRA STAGE#2
accessible as FINAL STAGE#3
"PARANOiA HADES" This song has a music video αTYPE-300 New Konami Original
accessible as ENCORE EXTRA STAGE#2
accessible as EXTRA STAGE#3
accessible as FINAL STAGE#4
"Pluto" Black∞Hole represents Pluto
accessible as ENCORE EXTRA STAGE#3
accessible as EXTRA STAGE#4
accessible as FINAL STAGE#5
"Pluto Relinquish" 2MB represents Pluto's status demotion
accessible as ENCORE EXTRA STAGE#4
accessible as EXTRA STAGE#5
accessible as FINAL STAGE#6
Groove Radar Special Songs (6 Total)
"BRILLIANT 2U("STREAM" Special)" NAOKI maxing out STREAM
"AM-3P("CHAOS" Special)" KTz maxing out CHAOS
"D2R("FREEZE" Special)" NAOKI maxing out FREEZE
"DYNAMITE RAVE("AIR" Special)" NAOKI maxing out AIR
"B4U("VOLTAGE" Special)" NAOKI maxing out VOLTAGE
"DEAD END("GROOVE RADAR" Special)" N&S maxing out all aspects
Removed Songs (9 Total)
"Beautiful Life" ARIA from DDR SuperNOVA
"20, November" DJ Nagureo from DDR Club Version
"Be in my Paradise" JJ COMPANY from DDR Club Version
"Celebrate" JJ COMPANY from DDR Club Version
"Dr. Love" baby weapon feat. Asuka. M from DDR Club Version
"Gentle Stress (AMD Sexual Mix)" MR. DOG feat. DJ SWAN from DDR 3rd Mix
"Jam Jam Reggae" jam master '73 from DDR Club Version
"Jam Jam Reggae (AMD Swing Mix)" Rice. C feat. Jam master 73 from DDR 3rd Mix
"Ska a go go" THE BALD HEADS from DDR Club Version

Course[edit]

Home version[edit]

On February 21, 2008 Konami released Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2 in Japan on the Sony PlayStation 2. The PlayStation 2 game is a direct port of the arcade release.[3] An American home version was released on September 26, 2007. As with other recent DDR games in North America, it is not a direct port of the Arcade version, and features a mixture of songs from SuperNova 2 and other previous versions, and other licensed music.

Music List[edit]

The following is for the Japanese PlayStation 2 version. Songs with padlock require you to unlock them first through the game's Hyper Master Mode. Songs with clapperboard indicate it has a special background video

Song Artist Note
Licensed Songs
"AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat. MALAYA Diana Ross cover
"Angelus -アンジェラス-" 島谷ひとみ Avex License, Opening theme for InuYasha anime
"Beginning of the End" Klayton (Celldweller) from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"Burn Baby Burn" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat. ANDY L (Ash cover)
"Come Clean" NM feat. Susan Z. from DDR SuperNOVA (North American PS2)

Hilary Duff cover

"EternuS" Sanxion7 from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"Fevah" Nightriders from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"My Favorite Things" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat. ALISON WADE The Sound of Music cover
"stealth" Daisuke Asakura KONAMI Special Collaboration
"Sunrise (Jason Nevins Club Mix)" Duran Duran EMI Records License
"switch" Daisuke Asakura ex. TERRA KONAMI Special Collaboration
"The World Around Me" DJ Micro from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"Two Months Off" TECHNO MASTERS (Underworld cover)
"Unbelievable" EMF DANCEMANIA License
"Until Forever" Beatdrop from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"Waiting for Tonight" P.A.T. from DDR Extreme (North American PS2)

(Jennifer Lopez cover)

CS-Exclusive songs
"dazzle" This song must be unlocked kobo feat. kr:ague from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"LEAVE ME ALONE" This song must be unlocked TUT1026 New Konami Original
"Malacca" This song must be unlocked nc ft. NRG factory from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2)
"puzzle" This song must be unlocked 日本少年 New Konami Original
"S-A-G-A" This song must be unlocked Veeton New Konami Original
"The flower in your smile" This song must be unlocked TACOS NAOMI feat.小久保裕之 New Konami Original
"TimeHollow" This song has a music video Masanori Akita Theme song of Time Hollow
New Konami Original from AC Ver.
"A thing called LOVE" This song has a music video D-crew 2 US from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"dream of love" Kaori Nishina from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"Electrified" SySF. from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"Every Day, Every Night (NM STYLE)" LEA DROP feat. Ant Johnston from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"Freeway Shuffle" This song has a music video dj TAKA from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"GIRIGILI門前雀羅" Cheki-ROWS from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"L'amour et la liberte (Darwin & DJ Silver Remix)" This song must be unlocked NAOKI in the MERCURE from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series
"木星 ~組曲『惑星』より~" This song must be unlocked PLEIADES PRODUCTION from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series

remix of Gustav Holst's composition

"Music In The Rhythm" This song has a music video nc ft. 触電 from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"Poseidon" This song must be unlocked NAOKI underground from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series
"Saturn" This song must be unlocked Mr. Saturn from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series
"Shades of Grey" Fracus from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"SUNKISS ♥ DROP" This song must be unlocked jun with Alison from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series
"Trust -DanceDanceRevolution mix-" This song has a music video Tatsh feat.ヨーコ Special Collaboration
"Uranus" This song must be unlocked Tatsh SN2 Style from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series
"Vem brincar" This song has a music video Caldeira feat. Teka Penteriche from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"volcano" Yasuhiro Abe from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"Why not" Darwin from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
New BEMANI Crossovers (from AC ver.)
"Arrabiata" This song must be unlocked Reven-G改 from Pop'n Music 10
"Blind Justice ~Torn Souls,Hurt Faiths~" This song has a music video Zektbach from Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold
"Bloody Tears (IIDX EDITION)" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video DJ YOSHITAKA from Beatmania IIDX 13: DistorteD
"CaptivAte ~誓い~" This song must be unlocked DJ YOSHITAKA feat.A/I from Beatmania IIDX 14 : Gold
"FIRE" This song must be unlocked 泉陸奥彦 from GuitarFreaks
"MARS WAR 3" This song must be unlocked JET GIRL SPIN from Pop'n Music 13 : Carnival

as part of GRAND CROSS series

"Raspberry ♥ Heart (English version)" This song has a music video jun feat. PAULA TERRY from Beatmania IIDX 11 IIDXRED
"STARS★★★ (Re-tuned by HΛL) (DDR Edition) This song must be unlocked This song has a music video "TЁЯRA" from Beatmania IIDX 14 : Gold

as part of GRAND CROSS series

"Venus" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video Tatsh+RayZY from GuitarFreaks & DrumMania V3

as part of GRAND CROSS series

"Votum stellarum -forest #25 DDR RMX-" This song must be unlocked iconoclasm from Pop'n Music 15 : Adventure
Returning songs
"AFRONOVA" RE-VENGE from DDR 3rd Mix
"AM-3P" This song must be unlocked KTz from DDR 2nd Mix
"B4U" This song must be unlocked NAOKI from DDR 4th Mix
"BRILLIANT 2U" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video NAOKI from DDR 2nd Mix
"CAN'T STOP FALLIN' IN LOVE" NAOKI from DDR Solo 2000
"CANDY☆" Luv UNLIMITED from DDRMAX DDR 6th Mix
"D2R" This song must be unlocked NAOKI from Beatmania IIDX 7th Style
"DEAD END" This song must be unlocked N&S from DDR 3rd Mix
"DROP THE BOMB" Scotty D. from DDR 3rd Mix (JP PS)
"DYNAMITE RAVE" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video NAOKI from DDR 3rd Mix
"Groove" Sho-T feat. Brenda from DDR 4th Mix (JP PS)
"INSIDE YOUR HEART" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video AKIRA YAMAOKA from DDR EXTREME 2 (NA PS2)
"Kind Lady" OKUYATOS from DDRMAX DDR 6th Mix (JP PS2)
"Look To The Sky" SySF. feat. ANNA from DDR 5th Mix (JP PS)
"PARANOiA" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video 180 from DDR
"STILL IN MY HEART" NAOKI from DDR 5th Mix
"Sweet Sweet ♥ Magic" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video jun from DDRMAX2 DDR 7th Mix
"TOMORROW" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video nc ft. Dreamscanner from DDR EXTREME 2 (NA PS2)
"TRUE ♥ LOVE" jun feat. Schanita from DDR SuperNOVA
"un deux trois" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video SDMS from DDR EXTREME (JP PS2)
GROOVE RADAR specials
"AM-3P ("CHAOS" Special)" This song must be unlocked KTz from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"B4U ("VOLTAGE" Special)" This song must be unlocked NAOKI from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"BRILLIANT 2U ("STREAM" Special)" This song must be unlocked NAOKI from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"D2R ("FREEZE" Special)" This song must be unlocked NAOKI from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"DEAD END ("GROOVE RADAR" SPECIAL)" This song must be unlocked N&S from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"DYNAMITE RAVE ("AIR" Special)" This song must be unlocked NAOKI from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
BOSS songs
"Unreal" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video Black Rose Garden from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"NGO" This song must be unlocked 鍋嶋圭一 from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"TRIP MACHINE PhoeniX" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video DE-SIRE改 from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"PARANOiA ~HADES~" This song must be unlocked This song has a music video αTYPE-300 from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC)
"Pluto" This song must be unlocked Black∞Hole from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series
"Pluto Relinquish" This song must be unlocked 2MB from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (AC) as part of GRAND CROSS series

An Official Soundtrack is available in Japan on compact disc, and also in the United States as an MP3 download on Amazon MP3, or as an AAC download on iTunes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ DDR Supernova 2 Arcade SN2 Category Songlist (Flash Video). Retrieved 2008-03-14. 
  2. ^ Dance Dance Revolution Supernova 2 Jap Song list (Flash Video). Retrieved 2008-03-14. 
  3. ^ "DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA 2". Dance Dance Revolution Gateway (in Japanese). Konami. Retrieved 2008-03-02. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova
Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2
2007
Succeeded by
Dance Dance Revolution X