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Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA
Box artwork for Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA.
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Release date(s)
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Arcade
Flag of the United States.svg May, 2006
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PlayStation 2
Genre(s) Music
System(s) Arcade, PlayStation 2
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB E.png Everyone
CERO: CERO A.jpg All ages
Followed by Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA 2
Series Dance Dance Revolution
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Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA is a music game in Konami's Dance Dance Revolution series. Marketed towards North America and Europe, this game attempts to bring the DDR arcade community back together by delivering new songs and modes for arcades.

Information[edit]

  • Skin: Bright red wireframe-inspired theme based on Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2.
  • Styles: Single, Versus, Double styles all available for play, another unknown mode to be discovered.
  • Difficulties: All Musics, Tutorial, Easy, Medium, Difficult
  • Grading: This game uses the 5th Mix grading system, so grading will be less strict than games in MAX-Extreme in arcades.
  • Over 300 new songs.

New Songs[edit]

  • Long Train Running - X-Treme
  • A Love Like This - Pandera
  • Toxic (Company Edit) - Helen
  • What A Wonderful World - Beatbox ft. DJ Miko
  • Curus - D-Crew
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's Pop'n Music game series.
  • Dragon Blade - Kozo Nakamuro
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Drummania 10th Mix.
  • Happy*Angel - Jun
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's latest Beatmania IIDX game, Beatmania IIDX Happy Sky.
  • Mugen - Terra
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Pop'n Music 12 Iroha.
  • Nijiro - DJ Yoshitaka feat. G.S.C License
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Pop'n Music 13 Carnival.
  • Red Zone - Tatsh and Naoki
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's 11th Beatmania IIDX game, Beatmania IIDX RED. Fans of B4U will enjoy this song as it is VERY similar.
  • Xepher - Tatsh
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's latest Beatmania IIDX game, Beatmania IIDX Happy Sky.
  • Konako no Nanatsu no Okwaini - Asaki
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Drummania 9th Mix.
  • Moon - DJ Taka ft. Erika
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's latest Pop'n Music game, Pop'n Music 13 Carnival.
  • No. 13 - Taka (Respect for JSB)
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's 10th Beatmania IIDX game, Beatmania IIDX 10th Style. This song is based off a song from Bach and is in a similar style to V.
  • Centaur - Jimmy Wekcl
    Editor's note: Konami went old-school and picked up this song from Drummania 2nd Mix.
  • Ska Ska No. 3 - Anettai Maji-Ska Bakudan
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Pop'n Music 6.
  • Murmur Twins - yu.tokiwa.djw
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's 8th Beatmania IIDX game, Beatmania IIDX 8th Style.
  • Fly Away - Chiyotio
  • Innocence of Silence - NC ft. NRG Factory
    Editor's note: This song is rumored to be the background music to Dancing Stage Max's mode selection screens.
  • Ki-Se-Ki - BeForU
    Editor's note: This song isn't NEW if you've played DDR Festival, but it's new for arcades.
  • DoLL - Terra
    Editor's note: This song was taken from Konami's 10th Beatmania IIDX game, Beatmania IIDX 10th Style. This song's video is anime-inspired and has fans all over the world since its appearance in IIDX 10th Style. This song is also known to be on Dance Dance Revolution STR!KE.
  • iFuturelist (DDR Version) - Akira Yamaoka
    Editor's note: Akira Yamaoka's album was released a few weeks ago and iFuturelist, the title track also has a huge following. This song is also going to be on Beatmania IIDX DistorteD when it will be released in March.
  • Paranoia Respect - .3k
    This song was a consumer software exclusive song for Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection until now.
  • Fascination MaXX - 100-200-400
    For editor's note, see Extra Stage section.

Extra Stage[edit]

Fascination MaXX is the song most DDR fans have been waiting for the past 2 years. Since the last DDR arcade game, Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME delivered the hardest song on DDR by far, Paranoia Survivor MAX, to the community. Sadly, since that time, most of the good players have AAAed that song and all of the other songs on the game. Most have given up on DDR and decided to move on to In The Groove or other music games due to lack of challenge in the game.

This song is brand new and of course, has BPM jumps as the artist name suggests and over 600 steps, even if it is 2 minutes and 5 seconds. According to people on location, this Max song has over 600 steps.

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