Dance Revolution Extreme

Dance Revolution Extreme

Dance Revolution Extreme (ダンスダンスレボリューションエクストリーム, Dansu Reboryūshon Ekusutorīmu) is a music computer game by Konami and is the eighth delivery in the principle Dance Revolution (DDR) arrangement.

It was delivered on December 25, 2002 for Japanese arcades, on October 9, 2003 for the Japanese PlayStation 2, and on September 21, 2004 for the North American PlayStation 2. This game is the 10th delivery in North America, yet in spite of having similar name as its Japanese partner, its interactivity and soundtrack is fundamentally different and won the Video Music Awards in 2005 on MTV for Best Video Game Soundtrack.

While the PlayStation 2 rendition turned out in North America, the arcade adaptation was restrictive to Japan. In spite of this, the arcade adaptation was sent out to numerous arcades around the world, the vast majority of them being smuggled. Dance Revolution Extreme was the last game in the primary DDR arcade establishment for just about four years, until the overall arrival of Dance Revolution SuperNova (marked Dancing Stage SuperNova in Europe) in 2006. The arcade arrival of Extreme contains perhaps the biggest soundtrack of any DDR game, highlighting 240 melodies, just as music from different Bemani music titles. Konami gave an in-game thank you to the devotees of Dance Revolution and declared a revival of the whole arrangement, yet didn’t delve into subtleties. Konami’s declaration persuaded that DDR Extreme may be the last DDR discharge, or that the arrangement may be on rest or rebooted in a similar way as Beatmania and Beatmania IIDX.

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