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For detailed information about this series, see: Dance Dance Revolution on Wikipedia

Dance Dance Revolution, also known as Dancing Stage, is a series of music video games produced by Konami.

Released games:

Main games and revisions

  • Dance Dance Revolution (November 21, 1998), Arcade. Originally released worldwide, released for PlayStation only in Japan in 1999.
  • Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix (January 29, 1999), Arcade. Only released in Japan (as well as all revisions).
    • Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix Link Version (April 21, 1999), Arcade.
    • Dance Dance Revolution 2ndRemix (August 26, 1999), PlayStation.
    • Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix DreamCast Edition (February 17, 2000), DreamCast.
    • Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix with Beatmania IIDX Club Version (April 21, 1999), Arcade. Originally supposed to link with a Beatmania arcade game, it mainly includes tracks from the Beatmania series.
    • Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix and Beatmania IIDX Substream Club Version 2 (July 27, 1999), Arcade.
      • Dance Dance Revolution 2ndReMix Append Club Version Vol.1 (November 25, 1999), PlayStation.
      • Dance Dance Revolution 2ndReMix Append Club Version Vol.2 (December 22, 1999), PlayStation.
      • Dance Dance Revolution Club Version Dreamcast Edition (April 27, 2000), DreamCast.
  • Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix (October 30, 1999), Arcade. Released for PlayStation on June 1, 2000. Only released in Japan (as well as all revisions).
    • Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix verKorea (March 2000), Arcade.
      • Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix verKorea2 (March 2000), Arcade.
    • Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix Plus (June 21, 2000), Arcade.
  • Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix(August 24, 2000), Arcade. Released for PlayStation on March 15, 2001. Only released in Japan (as well as all revisions).
    • Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix Solo(August 24, 2000), Arcade.
    • Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix Plus (December 28, 2000), Arcade.
      • Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix Plus Solo (December 28, 2000), Arcade.
  • Dance Dance Revolution (March 20, 2001), PlayStation. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix (March 27, 2001), Arcade. Released for PlayStation on September 20, 2001. Only released in Japan.
  • DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix (October 19, 2001), Arcade. Released for PlayStation 2 on May 16, 2002. Only released in Japan.
    • DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution (October 29, 2002), PlayStation 2. Only released in North America.
  • DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix (March 27, 2002), Arcade. Released for PlayStation 2 on April 24, 2003. Only released in Japan.
    • DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution (September 23, 2003), PlayStation 2. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (October 9, 2003), Arcade. Released for PlayStation 2 on April 24, 2003. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (April 28, 2006), Arcade. Released worldwide, known as Dancing Stage SuperNova in Europe. Released for PlayStation 2 in Japan on January 25, 2007.
    • Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (September 26, 2006), PlayStation 2. American version.
    • Dancing Stage SuperNova (April 27, 2007), PlayStation 2. European version.
  • Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2 (August 22, 2007), Arcade. Only released in Japan.
    • Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2 (September 25, 2007), PlayStation 2. Originally only released in North America, also released in Japan on PlayStation 2 and worldwide in arcades in 2008.
  • Dance Dance Revolution X (September 16, 2008), PlayStation 2, Arcade. Released worldwide.
    • Dance Dance Revolution X2 (October 27, 2009), PlayStation 2. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution X2 (July 7, 2010), Arcade. Released worldwide.
  • Dance Dance Revolution X3 VS 2ndMIX (November 16, 2011), Arcade. Only released in Japan.

Minor games

  • Dance Dance Revolution Best of Cool Dancers (February 11, 1999), Arcade. Used solely for ranking Dance Dance Revolution players prior to a company-held tournament.
  • Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination (July 27, 1999), Arcade. Released for PlayStation on December 9, 1999. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Solo Bass Mix (August 19, 1999), Arcade. Only released in Japan.
  • Dancing Stage EuroMix (September 1999), Arcade. Released for PlayStation in September 2001. Only released in Europe.
  • DDR Pocket-Finger Step (September 9, 1999), Bemani Pocket.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Solo 2000 (December 16, 1999), Arcade. Only released in Japan.
  • DDR Hello Kitty (December 23, 1999), Bemani Pocket. A crossover with the Hello Kitty series.
  • Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True (December 25, 1999), Arcade, PlayStation.
  • DDR Dear Daniel (February 3, 2000), Bemani Pocket.
  • Dance Dance Revolution GB (August 3, 2000), Game Boy Color. Only released in Japan.
  • Oha Suta Dance Dance Revolution (September 14, 2000), PlayStation. Featuring music from the Oha Suta TV show.
  • Dance Dance Revolution USA (October 2000), Arcade. Only released in North America.
  • DDR Winnie the Pooh (October 26, 2000), Bemani Pocket. A crossover with the Winnie the Pooh series.
  • Dance Dance Revolution GB2 (November 16, 2000), Game Boy Color. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix (November 30, 2000), Arcade, PlayStation. Known as Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave in Japan and Dancing Stage Disney Mix in Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Disney Dancing Museum (November 30, 2000), Nintendo 64. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Kids (December 2000), Arcade. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits (December 21, 2000), PlayStation. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution GB Oha Super Kids Station (February 8, 2001), Game Boy Color. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution GB3 (March 15, 2001), Game Boy Color. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution GB Disney Mix (March 29, 2001), Game Boy Color. Basically a Game Boy version of Dance Dance Revolution Disney Dancing Museum, only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Extra Mix (June 7, 2001), PlayStation. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Family Mat (August 9, 2001), TV Plug-n-Play. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Konamix (April 23, 2002), PlayStation. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution (May 24, 2002), Windows. Only released in North America.
  • Dancing Stage EuroMix 2 (August 7, 2002), Arcade. Only released in Europe.
  • Dancing Stage Party Edition (November 15, 2002), PlayStation. Only released in Europe.
  • Dancing Stage MegaMix (May 30, 2003), PlayStation 2. Only released in Europe.
  • Dancing Stage Fever (October 24, 2003), PlayStation, PlayStation 2. Only released in Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix (November 19, 2003), Xbox. Only released in North America.
    • Dancing Stage Unleashed (March 12, 2004), Xbox. Only released in Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection (December 11, 2003), PlayStation 2. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (September 21, 2004), PlayStation 2. Only released in North America.
  • Dancing Stage Fusion (October 1, 2004), PlayStation 2, PlayStation and, later, arcade. Only released in Europe.
  • DDR Festival Dance Dance Revolution (November 18, 2004), PlayStation 2. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2 (November 18, 2004), Xbox. Only released in North America.
  • Dancing Stage Unleashed 2 (May 13, 2005), Xbox.
  • Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix (July 14, 2005), GameCube. Released worldwide.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2 (September 28, 2005), PlayStation 2. Only released in North America.
    • Dancing Stage Max (November 25, 2005), PlayStation 2. Only released in Europe.
    • Dance Dance Revolution Strike (February 16, 2006), PlayStation 2. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3 (November 15, 2005), Xbox. Only released in North America.
  • Dancing Stage Unleashed 3 (March 17, 2006), Xbox. Only released in Europe.
  • My First Dance Dance Revolution (November 9, 2006), TV Plug-n-Play. Released in Japan and North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4 (November 14, 2006), Xbox. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Strawberry Shortcake (November 14, 2006), TV Plug-n-Play. A crossover with the Strawberry Shortcake series.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix (December 5, 2006), TV Plug-n-Play.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Universe (February 27, 2007), Xbox 360. Only released in North America.
    • Dancing Stage Universe (December 12, 2007), Xbox 360. Only released in Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution DVD Game (September 2007), DVD player. Released in Europe and North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party (September 25, 2007), Wii. Released worldwide.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Universe 2 (December 4, 2007), Xbox 360. Only released in North America.
    • Dancing Stage Universe 2 (November 18, 2008), Xbox 360. Only released in Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition (January 8, 2008), PlayStation 2. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Universe 3 (October 21, 2008), Xbox 360. Only released in North America.
    • Dance Dance Revolution Universe 3 Chinese Music Special Edition (May 12, 2009), Xbox 360. Only released in Asia.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 (September 16, 2008), Wii. Only released in North America.
    • Dance Dance Revolution FuruFuru Party (December 18, 2008), Wii. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution S (February 27, 2009), iOS. Released worldwide.
    • Dance Dance Revolution S+ (October 5, 2009), iOS. Released worldwide.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves (April 2, 2009), Wii. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Winx Club (March 13, 2009), Wii. A crossover with the Winx Club series, only released in Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3 (October 27, 2009), Wii. Released in North America and Europe.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Music Fit (January 28, 2010), Wii. Only released in Japan.
  • Dance Dance Revolution New Moves (November 16, 2010), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Released in Europe and North America, where it's simply known as Dance Dance Revolution.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 4 (November 16, 2010), Wii. Released in Europe and North America, where it's simply known as Dance Dance Revolution.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Freedom (February 11, 2011), iOS. Only released in North America.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 5 (October 11, 2011), Wii. Released in Europe and North America, where it's known as Dance Dance Revolution II.


Links to other series

Note: characters appearing in the series as dancers create an in-universe link, since they're considered to be in the game's universe; playable songs featured create a sub-universe link, because the charachters dancing to those songs supposedly means the relative series to be fictional within their universe.

Mascot link: Miis appear in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2.

Direction Series Date Description Type


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Beatmania19990421 April 21, 1999Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix with Beatmania IIDX Club Version and later games include music traks from the Beatmania series; music from the Dance Dance Revolution series is featured in some Beatmania games.2
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Hello Kitty19990909 September 09, 1999DDR Hello Kitty and DDR Dear Daniel are crossover between the two series.1
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Winnie the Pooh20001026 October 26, 2000DDR Winnie the Pooh is a crossover between the two series.1
4Arrow L Mickey Mouse20001130 November 30, 2000Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix, Disney Dancing Museum and Disney Grooves feature Mickey Mouse and other characters from his stories as dancers.1
4Arrow L Donald Duck20001130 November 30, 2000Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix, Disney Dancing Museum and Disney Grooves feature Donald Duck and other characters from his stories as dancers.1
4Arrow L Mary Poppins20001130 November 30, 2000Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix, Disney Dancing Museum and Disney Grooves feature music tracks from Mary Poppins.2
4Arrow L Enter the Dragon20001228 December 28, 2000Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix Plus includes a cover of the theme song of Enter the Dragon.2
4Arrow L Para Para Paradise20031009 October 09, 2003Dance Dance Revolution Extreme includes music tracks from Para Para Paradise.2
4Arrow L Pop'n Music20031009 October 09, 2003Dance Dance Revolution Extreme and later games include music tracks from the Pop'n Music series.2
4Arrow L GuitarFreaks20031009 October 09, 2003Dance Dance Revolution Extreme and later games include music tracks from the GuitarFreaks series.2
4Arrow L DrumMania20031009 October 09, 2003Dance Dance Revolution Extreme and later games include music tracks from the DrumMania series.2
4Arrow L Keyboardmania20031009 October 09, 2003Dance Dance Revolution Extreme includes music tracks from Keyboardmania.2
4Arrow L Mambo a Go Go20031009 October 09, 2003Dance Dance Revolution Extreme includes music tracks from Mambo a Go Go.2
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Mario20050714 July 14, 2005Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix is a format crossover featuring storyline elements from the Mario series and gameplay elements from the Dance Dance Revolution series.3
4Arrow L Wrecking Crew20050714 July 14, 2005Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix includes a track from Wrecking Crew.2
4Arrow L Yoshi20050714 July 14, 2005Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix includes a track from Yoshi's Cookie.2
4Arrow L Donkey Kong20050714 July 14, 2005Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix includes a track from Donkey Kong.2
4Arrow L Wario20050714 July 14, 2005Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix includes a track from Wario World.2
4Arrow L Antarctic Adventure20050714 July 14, 2005Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix includes a track from Antarctic Adventure.2
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Strawberry Shortcake20061114 November 14, 2006Dance Dance Revolution Strawberry Shortcake is a crossover between the two series.1
4Arrow L Kim Possible20080108 January 08, 2008Kim Possible is a selectable dancer in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
4Arrow L High School Musical20080108 January 08, 2008Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez are selectable dancers in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
4Arrow L The Suite Life20080108 January 08, 2008Maddie, Zack and Cody are selectable dancers in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
4Arrow L Jump In20080108 January 08, 2008Izzy Daniels is a selectable dancer in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
4Arrow L Hannah Montana20080108 January 08, 2008Hannah Montana and Lilly Truscott are selectable dancers in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
4Arrow L The Cheetah Girls20080108 January 08, 2008Aquanette, Chanel and Dorinda are selectable dancers in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
4Arrow L That's So Raven20080108 January 08, 2008Eddie Thomas and Cory Baxter are selectable dancers in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.1
5Arrow R Super Smash Bros.20080131 January 31, 2008Super Smash Bros. Brawl features a sticker from Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix.2
5Arrow R Code Monkeys20080803 August 03, 2008The Code Monkeys episode "The Great Recession" features a game based on Dance Dance Revolution.2.5
4Arrow L Jubeat20080916 September 16, 2008Dance Dance Revolution X and X2 include music tracks from the Jubeat series.2
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Winx Club20090313 March 13, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Winx Club is a crossover between the two series.1
4Arrow L Disney's Cinderella20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from Cinderella.2
4Arrow L The Lion King20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from The Lion King.2
4Arrow L Disney's The Jungle Book20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from The Jungle Book.2
4Arrow L 101 Dalmatians20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from One Hundred and One Dalmatians.2
4Arrow L The Aristocats20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from The Aristocats.2
4Arrow L Disney's Peter Pan20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from Peter Pan.2
4Arrow L Lilo & Stitch20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features music tracks from Lilo & Stitch.2
4Arrow L Lady and the Tramp20090402 April 02, 2009Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves features a music track from Lady and the Tramp.2
5Arrow R Pink Panther20100328 March 28, 2010In the episode "Pinxillated" of the Pink Panther and Pals TV show, there's an arcade game similar to Dance Dance Revolution.2.5
5Arrow R Scott Pilgrim20100720 July 20, 2010Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour and the movie Scott Pilgrim vs. the World feature references to Dance Dance Revolution.2
4Arrow L Toaru Kagaku no Railgun20111116 November 16, 2011Dance Dance Revolution X3 includes a track from Toaru Kagaku no Railgun.2
4Arrow L IS: Infinite Stratos20111116 November 16, 2011Dance Dance Revolution X3 includes a track from IS <Infinite Stratos>.2
4Arrow L Hanamura Daisuke20111116 November 16, 2011Dance Dance Revolution X3 includes a track from Hanamura Daisuke.2
5Arrow R Video Game High School20120531 May 31, 2012The fictional game Dance Ex Machina from Video Game High School, first shown in the episode "Any Game in the House" is based on Dance Dance Revolution.2.5
5Arrow R Frogger20120706 July 06, 2012Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition features a game mode based on Dance Dance Revolution.1
5Arrow R Gravity Falls20120713 July 13, 2012The Gravity Falls episodes "The Inconveniencing" and "Fight Fighters" feature videogames based on Dance Dance Revolution.2.5
5Arrow R Wreck-It Ralph20121102 November 02, 2012Yuni from Dance Dance Revolution X2 makes an appearance in Wreck-It Ralph.1
4Arrow L Star vs. the Forces of Evil20150118 January 18, 2015In the episode "Party with a Pony",Marco Diaz plays to Dance Dance Revolution.2

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