Dancing Stage

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Dancing Stage was a series of music video games developed and published by Konami. It was a spin-off of Dance Dance Revolution for the European market as well as a few Japanese titles. Games were released for the arcade, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Wii.


European arcade[edit]

Dancing Stage[edit]

This was the first release.

Dancing Stage EuroMix[edit]

This title used the Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix engine.

Dancing Stage EuroMix 2[edit]

This title used the DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix engine.

Dancing Stage Fusion[edit]

Dancing Stage Fusion was the first arcade release to be powered by the PlayStation 2 through a Bemani Python board.

Dancing Stage SuperNova[edit]

Dancing Stage SuperNova used the Bemani Python 2 board.


Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination[edit]

Dancing Stage Featuring True Kiss Destination (ダンシングステージフィーチャリングトゥルーキスデスティネーション?, Danshingu Suteji Fīcharingu Tourū Kisu Desutinēshon) is the first "Dancing Stage" title of the Dance Dance Revolution series released in Japan and other parts of Asia on July 27, 1999. The Dancing Stage games in Japan all deviate away from the main DDR series of games and for True Kiss Destination, it features a themed set of music by the Japanese group of the same name as well as original music from Konami's in house artists.

On December 9, 1999 Konami released the game on the Sony PlayStation. It was part of their "Dance Simulation" series of titles for the PlayStation.

This game notably includes the songs "Celebrate Nite" by N.M.R and "Sexy Planet" by Crystal Aliens, which also made it on Dance Dance Revolution Solo 2000 and later Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix Plus. The songs were subsequently kept in every main DDR release, including the current title, Dance Dance Revolution A.

Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True[edit]

Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True (ダンシングステージフィーチャリングドリームズカムトゥルー?, Danshingu Sutēji fīcharingu Dorīmuzu Kamu Tourū) is the second Japanese Dancing Stage video game. The gameplay is similar to Dance Dance Revolution and it has songs performed by the J-Pop group, Dreams Come True.

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