Dance Dance Revolution (TV video games)

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There were several TV games similar to the dancing game, Dance Dance Revolution. 1 was released in 2001, while 3 were released in 2006.

Gameplay[edit]

Dance Dance Revolution Family Mat[edit]

Dance Dance Revolution Family Mat (ダンスダンスレボリューション ふぁみマット) was released by Konami in 2001 to the Japanese video game market. It was designed as a plug-n-play game unit, requiring no video game console. However, unlike later plug-n-play units, the DDR Family Mat also had an expandable music library that allowed users to play different songs on separately purchasable cartridges.

Dance Dance Revolution Family Mat
Developer Konami
Release Date
  • JP: August 9, 2001
[1]
Genre Music
Mode Single Player
Platform TV Plug-n-Play

Music[edit]

The game features up to 52 playable songs, with a base set of 12 songs and the capacity to use as many as 4 expansion library cartridges of 10 songs each.

My First Dance Dance Revolution[edit]

My First Dance Dance Revolution was released by Konami in 2001 to the Japanese video game market. In 2006 it was re-released in North America.

My First Dance Dance Revolution is a TV Plug-n-Play version, which requires no video game console. It plugs directly into the television set. This DDR version is intended for younger users.[2]

My First Dance Dance Revolution
Developer Konami
Release Date
  • JP: November 9, 2006
[3]
Genre Music
Mode Single Player
Platform TV Plug-n-Play

Music[edit]

The game features 20 songs in both the North American and Japanese releases, with 19 available from the start and 1 unlockable song. The two versions share 15 songs in common and remaining 5 songs are exclusive to either one release or the other.

Dance Dance Revolution Strawberry Shortcake[edit]

Strawberry Shortcake Dance Dance Revolution box art.png

Dance Dance Revolution: Strawberry Shortcake is a TV Plug-n-Play version, which requires no video game console. It plugs directly into the television set. This DDR version is intended for younger users.[4]

Dance Dance Revolution Strawberry Shortcake
Developer Konami
Release Date November 14, 2006
Genre Music
Mode Single Player
Platform TV Plug-n-Play

Music[edit]

The game features 10 songs:

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix[edit]

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix Plug n Play box art.png

Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Mix is a TV Plug-n-Play version of the Dance Dance Revolution dancing video game. It requires no video game console, as it plugs directly into the television set. This version of Dance Dance Revolution is intended for younger users.[5]

This game was originally sold exclusively in Disney Theme Parks.

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix
Developer Konami
Release Date December 5, 2006
Genre Music
Mode Single Player
Platform TV Plug-n-Play

Music[edit]

The game features 9 songs:

References[edit]