Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2

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Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2
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Cover art
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Distributor(s) Konami
Series Dance Dance Revolution
Bemani
Engine Custom
Platform(s) Xbox
Release date(s)
  • NA November 18, 2004
Genre(s) Music, Exercise
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer, Online play
Distribution DVD (1), Downloadable content

Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2, or simply Ultramix 2, is a music video game released on November 18, 2004 by Konami in North America for the Microsoft Xbox.

Gameplay[edit]

Party Mode[edit]

Attack Mode[edit]

Bomb Mode[edit]

Quad Mode[edit]

Synch Mode[edit]

Battle Mode[edit]

Challenge Mode[edit]

Edit Mode[edit]

Training Mode[edit]

Workout Mode[edit]

Xbox Live[edit]

Interface and graphics[edit]

Modes[edit]

Modifiers[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Music[edit]

Ultramix 2 has a unique songlist compared to previous releases on other console systems. Rather than focusing on songs pulled from specific arcade versions, there is more emphasis on completely new material. This is also the first DDR release to feature licenses from A Different Drum records, a trend that would continue on throughout the Ultramix and DDR Universe series, as well as the arcade release of DanceDanceRevolution X. This is also the very first DDR game to utilize downloadable content, allowing users to download song packs off of Xbox Live.

A large portion of the new songs were ported over to the Japanese PlayStation 2 release, Dance Dance Revolution Strike.

Song Artist Other Information
New Licensed Songs
"After All (Svenson & Gielen Remix Edit)" Delerium
"Brick House" The Commodores
"Burn For You" Kreo
"Don't Stop" Freestylers
"I'm In Heaven (Radio Version)" Jason Nevins Presents Holly James
"Jam On It" Newcleus
"Life Is A Game" Arctic Blue
"Play My Game" Lightning
"Rubberneckin' (Paul Oakenfold Remix Radio Edit)" Elvis Presley
"Sleepwalker" Perfect Ending
"Tough Enough" Vanilla Ninja
"Wherever You Are" Laava
A Different Drum Collaboration Songs
"Standing Still in Time" Neuropa
"Close Your Eyes" daybehavior
"Looking For You" BOYJAZZ
"skulk" echo !mage
"Mello" Alien #Six13
"C Squared" Alien #Six13
"Superstar (Nevarakka Mix)" daybehavior
Returning Dancemania Songs
"DAM DARIRAM" JOGA
"DREAM A DREAM (MIAMI BOOTY MIX)" CAPTAIN JACK
"Flashdance...What a Feeling" MAGIKA
"MOONLIGHT SHADOW (New Vocal Version)" MISSING HEART
"NIGHT IN MOTION" Cubic 22
"VOL.4" RAVERS CHOICE
Returning Konami Originals
"321 STARS" DJ SIMON
"A" DJ Amuro
"Air" DJ SIMON
"B4U" NAOKI
"Dead End" N&S
"DROP OUT" NW260
"Leading Cyber" dj TAKA
"Love ♥ Shine" Kosaka Riyu
"MACHO GANG" ANAL SPYDER
"MAKE A JAM!" U1
"Make Your Move" good-cool feat. JP Miles
"My Summer Love" Mitsu-O! with Geila
"V (for EXTREME)" TAKA
"MAXX UNLIMITED" Z
New Original Songs and BEMANI Crossovers
".59 Remix" Jesper Kyd
"19, November" good-cool
"Altitude" Kause & Konception
"Baile le Samba" Big Idea
"Catch It!" Total Science
"Disco Break" Art of Hot
"EyeSpy" or-if-is
"Fly Through the Night" Mr. T
"Gyruss -Full Tilt-" JT. 1Up
"Hit n' Slap" ASLETICS
"I feel... (T.O.Y. Remix)" T.O.Y.
"In My Eyes (Midihead Remix)" Midihead
"Istanbul Café" Jesper Kyd
"La Cucaracha" Big Idea
"Love is Dreaminess" L.E.D.-G vs Guhroovy fw/ Asuka
"Luv to Me (Ucchie's Edition)" tiger YAMATO
"Make a Jam! (Dub/House)" Big Idea
"Midnight Special" Love Machineguns
"Monkey Punk" Big Idea
"R10K" tiger YAMATO
"Red Room" Jesper Kyd"
"Ride on the Light (Hi Great Mix)" Mr. T
"Route 80s" Sampling Masters MEGA
"Starmine" Ryu*
"The Big Voyager -Infinite Prayer Reinterpretation-" L.E.D.
"Tittle Tattle" ZONK
"TOE JAM" Big Idea
"VJ Army" good-cool
"Zero-One" Mr. T
"G2" Aya
"MAX 300 (Super-Max-Me Mix)" Jondi & Spesh

Downloadable content[edit]

Reception[edit]

Promotions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Neko Neko. "Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX 2 for XBOX (NTSC NA)" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-05-06. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f Konami. DanceDanceRevolution ULTRAMIX 2 XBox. Konami. Level/area: Song select screen. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix
Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2
2004
Succeeded by
Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3