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Hooky-i-vanisher/Dance Dance Revolution X3
Developer(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Japan
Publisher(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Japan
Series Dance Dance Revolution, Bemani
Platform(s) Arcade
Genre(s) Music & exercise
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Cabinet Custom
Arcade system Bemani PC Type 4 (Windows XP Embedded)
Display High definition LCD display

Dance Dance Revolution X3, abbreviated DDR X3 or simply X3, is a music video game, and a part of the Dance Dance Revolution series. The arcade version of DDR X3 was revealed by Konami on June 2, 2011. A sequel to Dance Dance Revolution X2, X3 began public beta testing on June 8, 2011.


Development on X3 began shortly after X2 was released. From June 8 to June 10 2011, a location test was held in Akihabara, Tokyo. This location test revealed new songs and other features. These features include:

  • Target Score, which allows players to view machine and e-Amusement records without playing the song.[1]
  • "BEMANI Title" sort, which allows songs to be sorted by the BEMANI title they originally appeared in.[1]

The menu screens also got an update; they are now blue instead of green. Other enhancements to the theme were also made.


At the first public beta test that started on June 8th, 2011 and ended on June 10, 2011, the following songs were confirmed to be added to/removed from the game:[1][2]

Song Artist Other Information
New Licensed Music (0 total)
None confirmed yet
New Konami Original Music (5 Total)
"Get Back Up!" EB Runners from DDRII (Wii)
"Haunted Rhapsody" Architecht ft. Jasmine Nii from DDRII (Wii)
"HEARTBREAK (Sound Selektaz remix)" NAOKI ft. Becca Hossany from DDRII (Wii)
"Take A Step Forward" TAG feat. Sydney Powers from DDRII (Wii)
"The Heavens Above" U1 /F Anneliese from DDRII (Wii)
From Console Releases (9 total)
"dreaming can make a wish come true" jun & NRG Factory feat. Anna Kaelin from the DDR 2010 series(*)
"ever snow" TЁЯRA From the DDR 2010 series
(Cover of the Yoma Komatsu song, originally from DDRMAX2)
"IN THE ZONE" U1 (NPD3 style) & KIDD KAZMEO from the DDR 2010 series
"Let's Get Away" NAOKI feat. Brenda Burch from the DDR 2010 series
"MAGIC PARADE" Lea Drop feat. Katie Dellenbach from the DDR 2010 series
"Private Eye" atomsoak ft. cerol from the DDR 2010 series
"Rhythms Inside" DKC Crew from the DDR 2010 series
"Seasons" TOMOSUKE feat. Crystal Paloa from the DDR 2010 series
"Wicked Plastik" nc ft. Electric Touch from the DDR 2010 series
From Other BEMANI Titles (1 Total)
"Diamond Dust" TAG from Reflec Beat
Special Music (1 Total)
"CRAZY♥LOVE" jun Accessible as FINAL STAGE - from the DDR 2010 series
Removed Music (16 Total)
"Always On My Mind" Pet Shop Boys from DDR X
"ANGELUS" Hitomi Shimatani from DDR SuperNOVA2
"Big Girls Don't Cry" Purefocus from DDR X (Cover of the Fergie song)
"Feel" Neuropa from DDR X
"Ghetto Blasta Deluxe" Audio Magnetics from DDR X
"Happy" Fischerspooner from DDR X
"Here It Goes Again" OK Go from DDR X
"Put 'Em Up" Edun from DDR X
"Reach Up" Alien Six from DDR X
"Swingin'" Bill Hamel & Naughty G. from DDR X (Cover of the Blu Cantrell song)
"U Can't Touch This" MC Hammer from DDR X
"We Come Alive" Alien Six from DDR X
"We've Got To Make It Tonight" Babamars from DDR X
"Suki☆Melo" Ogura Yuko from DDR X
"Sekai ha Odoru" BREAKERZ from DDR X
"Tabibito" Satomi Takasugi from DDR X

(*) The DDR 2010 series consists of the shared songlist between DDR 2010/Hottest Party 4 (Wii version), and DDR 2010/New Moves (PS3 version).


  1. ^ a b c "DanceDanceRevolution X3 Location Test". Bemanistyle. June 7, 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "DanceDanceRevolution X3 稼動前情報". Bemani Wiki. 10 June 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2011.  (in Japanese)

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[[Category:2011 video games]] [[Category:Arcade games]] [[Category:Dance Dance Revolution games]] [[Category:Video games developed in Japan]] [[Category:Upcoming video games]]