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DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution
DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution for the North American PlayStation 2
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s) September 23, 2003[1]
Genre(s) Music
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone (E)[2]
Media DVD

DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution is the fifth home version of Dance Dance Revolution to be released in the United States. It was released by Konami on September 23rd, 2003, for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console. DDRMAX2 contains a total of 69 songs, 28 of which are hidden and unlockable.

The interface used is a recoloring and smoothing of the song wheel interface first introduced in the US in DDRMAX. The names of the difficulty modes are "Beginner," "Light," "Standard," and "Heavy," just as they were in DDRMAX.

Contents

Gameplay

The core gameplay of DDRMAX2 is the same as the previous Dance Dance Revolution games. The 2-tiered scoring system which debuted on DDRMAX is still utilized on DDRMAX2.

Changes from the Japanese DDRMAX2

Unlike the Japanese arcade version of DDRMAX2, the dancing characters which were removed on DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix are present as an unlock on DDRMAX2. Select songs even feature their original music videos, such as:

  • Conga Feeling
  • Days Go By
  • Dream a Dream
  • In The Navy '99 (XXL Disaster Remix)
  • Love at First Sight
  • Take Me Away (Into the Night) (radio vocal)
  • The Whistle Song

DDRMAX2 also features the Beginner mode which was introduced by Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

Extra Stage

If, on the final stage, a player gets the grade of AA or better on any Heavy step routine, the game gives the message "Try Extra Stage." The song wheel on the Extra Stage is locked to MAXX UNLIMITED, which is played with the Reverse Scroll modifier, the Dark modifier and a x1.5 Speed modifier. The Extra Stage is also played in "Pressure" mode, where health bar starts full and does not regenerate if it depletes with missed steps.

If the player scores a grade of AA or better, then they are forced to play "One More Extra Stage." This time, the Song Wheel is locked on 革命 (KAKUMEI).. The player is forced to play its Oni steps in a Reverse Scroll modifier, a Dark modifier and a x3 Speed modifier. On One More Extra Stage, it is in sudden-death mode, which means just one step that is not scored "Perfect" or "Great" or one freeze that is scored "NG" ends the game.

Nonstop Modes

Unlike the arcade version of DDRMAX2, Nonstop Mode appears instead of Challenge Mode. Nonstop Mode, a feature from DDR KONAMIX, allows the player to play one of several set courses without stopping. The game also features an Endless mode, which allows the player to play through all of the songs on the game. DDRMAX2 as with other home versions, features a Workout Mode, which can track calories burned.

Music

Licensed Tracks

Song Title Artist
A Little Bit of Ecstasy Jocelyn Enriquez
Busy Child The Crystal Method
Days Go By Dirty Vegas
Conga Feeling Vivian
Dream a Dream Captain Jack
Drifting away Lange feat. Skye
Heaven DJ Sammy & Yanou ft. Do
Get Down Tonight KC and the Sunshine Band
Ghosts (Vincent De Moor Original Mix) Tenth Planet
In The Navy '99 (XXL Disaster Remix) Captain Jack
Let's Groove Tips & Tricks vs. Wisdome
Long Train Runnin' Bus Stop
Love at First Sight Kylie Minogue
Lovin' You (Rob Searle Club Mix) Vinyl Baby
So Deep (Perfect Sphere Remix) Silvertear
Take Me Away (Into the Night) (radio vocal) 4 strings
The Whistle Song (Blow My Whistle Baby) DJ Alligator Project
Twilight Zone (R-C Extended Club Mix) 2 Unlimited
Will I? Ian Van Dahl

New Bemani Songs

Song Title Artist
Bad Routine DJ. Spugna
Forever Sunshine Chel Y.
I Need You Supa Fova feat. Jenny F.
Keep On Liftin' DJ Nagureo
More Deep (ver.2.1) Togo Project feat. Sana
Tomorrow Perfume DJ Taka
Try 2 Luv. U S.F.M.P.

Konami Originals

Song Title Artist
Afronova Re-Venge
AM-3P KTZ
AM-3P (AM EAST mix) KTZ
BRE∀K DOWN! BeForU
Burning Heat! (3 Option Mix) Mr.T with Motoaki.F
Can't Stop Fallin' In Love Naoki
Celebrate Nite N.M.R.
Celebrate Nite (Euro Trance Style) N.M.R.
D2R Naoki
Destiny Naoki feat. Paula Terry
DIVE (More deep & Deeper Style) BeForU
Do It Right Sota feat. Ebony Fay
Do It Right (80's Electro Mix) Sota feat. Ebony Fay
Don't Stop! -AMD 2nd Mix Dr.VIBE feat. JP Miles
End Of The Century NO.9
Feeling Of Love Youhei Shimizu
Groove Sho-T feat. Brenda
Hysteria Naoki 190
Hysteria 2001 N.M.
I Feel... Akira Yamaoka
I Was The One Good-Cool
Jam & Marmalade Final Offset
Kakumei DJ Taka with Naoki
Kind Lady Okuyatos
Kind Lady (interlude) Okuyatos
Maxx Unlimited Z
PARANOiA (Kcet Clean Mix) 2MB
Put Your Faith In Me Uzi-Lay
Radical Faith TaQ
Rain of sorrow NM feat. Ebony Fay
Secret Rendezvous Divas
Silent Hill Thomas Howard
Silent Hill (3rd Christmas mix) Thomas Howard
SP-Trip Machine (Jungle Mix) De-Sire
Spin the Disc Good-Cool
Still In My Heart Naoki
Super Star DJ.Rich feat. Tail Bros.
Super Star (From Nonstop Megamix) DJ.Rich feat. Tail Bros.
The Shining Polaris L.E.D. feat. Sana
Think Ya Better D sAmi
Tsugaru De-Sire vs. RevenG
Vanity Angel Fixx
Xenon Mr.T

Note: All Boss Songs Notified in Bold., and All Challenge Remixes are notified in Italics. Except that The Challenge remix of Super Star is DJ Nikaido & E.Isomura Remix became Nonstop Megamix.

References

External links

Preceded by
DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution
DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution
2003
Succeeded by
Dance Dance Revolution Extreme

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DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution
Box artwork for DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution.
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Music
System(s) PlayStation 2
Players 1-2
Rating(s)
ESRB: Everyone
Preceded by DDRMAX
Followed by Ultramix
Series Dance Dance Revolution

DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution is the fifth home version of Dance Dance Revolution to be released in the United States. It was released by Konami on September 23, 2003, for the PlayStation 2 video game console. DDRMAX2 contains a total of 69 songs, 28 of which are hidden and unlockable.

The interface used is a recoloring and smoothing of the song wheel interface first introduced in the US in DDRMAX. The names of the difficulty modes are "Beginner," "Light," "Standard," and "Heavy," just as they were in DDRMAX.

The core gameplay of DDRMAX2 is the same as the previous Dance Dance Revolution games. The 2-tiered scoring system which debuted on DDRMAX is still utilized on DDRMAX2.

Table of Contents

Songs
Appendices
  • Unlockables

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