Dance Dance Revolution Music Fit: Wikis

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Dance Dance Revolution Music Fit
Splash image from the Dance Dance Revolution Music Fit information page
Two Dance Dance Revolution characters demonstrating Balance Board, Wii Remote and Dancepad support.
Developer(s) Konami Digital Entertainment Co.
Distributor(s) Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
License Konami EULA
Series Dance Dance Revolution, Bemani
Engine Hottest Party 3
Aspect ratio 4:3
Native resolution Standard definition, NTSC-J
Platform(s) Nintendo Wii
Release date(s) JP January 28, 2010
Genre(s) Music, Exercise
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) CERO: A
Media DVD (1)
Input methods Balance Board, Dance pad (feet), Gamepad

Dance Dance Revolution Music Fit is an upcoming music video game by Konami for the Japanese Nintendo Wii.

Contents

Announcement

On October 30, 2009 Konami launched the information page for Dance Dance Revolution Music Fit. The game is expected to be released on January 28, 2010 and will only be available in Japan. Music Fit Will contain 27 mainstream tracks with 50 tracks total and support up to four players. Music Fit will use the same game engine as Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3 allowing for Balance Board support and other gameplay refinements over the previous Japanese release Dance Dance Revolution Full Full Party.

Music

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New songs

"Carmen" Zensoukyoku

""Carmen" Zensoukyoku"

"William Tell" Jokyoku Yori

""William Tell" Jokyoku Yori"

A Perfect Sky

"A Perfect Sky"

Ayumi

"Ayumi"

Bluebird

"Bluebird"

Butterfly

"Butterfly"

Cat's Eye

"Cat's Eye"

Climax Jump Pop'n Form

"Climax Jump Pop'n Form"

Hot Limit

"Hot Limit" is a song by High and Mighty Colors.

Journey Through the Decade

"Journey Through the Decade" is a song by Gackt.

Kun wo Mamotte Kun wo Itoshite

"Kun wo Mamotte Kun wo Itoshite"

Meikyuu Butterfly

"Meikyuu Butterfly"

My Boy

"My Boy"

Now's the Time

"Now's the Time"

Odoru Ponpokorin

"Odoru Ponpokorin"

Samurai Sentai Shinkenja

"Samurai Sentai Shinkenja"

Shangri-La

"Shangri-La"

Shizuku

"Shizuku"

Sorairo Days

"Sorairo Days"

Sou Hijiri no Aquarion

"Sou Hijiri no Aquarion"

Stairway Generation

"Stairway Generation"

Summer Rain

"Summer Rain"

Sunao Ninaretara

"Sunao Ninaretara"

Yamainu Temusoe

"Yamainu Temusoe"

Yume wo Kanae te Doraemon

"Yume wo Kanae te Doraemon"

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