Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix

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Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix North American PlayStation cover art.png
North American PlayStation cover art
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Distributor(s) Konami
Series Dance Dance Revolution
Bemani
Engine Disney's Rave, Disney's Rave PlayStation
Platform(s) Arcade, PlayStation
Release date(s) Arcade
  • JP November 30, 2000
PlayStation
Genre(s) Music, Exercise
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Cabinet Custom
Arcade system Bemani System 573 Digital
CPU R3000A 32 bit RISC processor
Sound PlayStation SPU
Display 29" CRT (Raster, 256x224 & 740x480)

Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave (ダンシングステージフィーチャリングディズニーズレイブ Danshingu Sutēji fīcharingu Dizunīzu Reibu?) is a music video game released in Japan in arcades on November 30, 2000. On the same day, it was also released for the PlayStation, but under the name Dance Dance Revolution Disney's Rave (ダンスダンスレボリューションディズニーズレイブ Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Dizunīzu Reibu?). It was later released in September 2001 North America as Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix and in Europe and Australia as Dancing Stage Disney Mix. It is based on Konami's popular Dance Dance Revolution series with animated Disney characters and electronic dance music remixes of past Disney songs. They also include a few non-Disney songs that were popular at the time of the game's release. It is considered to be one of the rarest DDR game released in arcades.

Gameplay[edit]

Gameplay is typical to other 4th Mix generation DDR games. The game also features Dance Magic mode, an item battle mode using a tug of war style lifebar, where combos increase a gauge which sends modifiers to the other player. The mode was not seen on any future DDR game until it was revived as Battle mode on SuperNOVA.

PlayStation version[edit]

The PlayStation version was the only version officially released outside Japan. The non-Japanese versions had slightly different song lists and included an unlockable "Maniac" difficulty level that could be reached once "Basic" and "Trick" difficulties were completed for each song. A Game Boy version of the game was also released in Japan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "PlayStation Release Dates". Retrieved 2013-10-08.