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Dance Dance Revolution Freedom

Dance Dance Revolution Freedom

Platforms: Apple IOS

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution Freedom was a rhythm game by Konami originally made available for the iOS, as part of the company's Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. The game was made available via Apple's App Store only in North America on February 11, 2011. The game is the second one in its series to be made available for the platform. It has since been pulled from the App Store for reasons unknown, but one factor may have been the poor syncing in the song's charts and the notoriety …

Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick

Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Playmates Interactive

Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick is a point-and-click adventure video game developed by the Illusions Gaming Company and published by Playmates Interactive, based on the American television series, Duckman. In the game, Duckman has been usurped by a similar-looking impersonator, whom the real Duckman must expose.

Dancing Stage

Dancing Stage

Publishers: Konami

Dancing Stage is a music video game, developed by Konami, released in European arcades on March 9, 1999. In North America, the game was released as Dance Dance Revolution on the same date, and it received a PlayStation port on March 6, 2001. It is the first international release of the game. The arcade version features 13 songs, with 11 of these available on the PlayStation port, while Dancing Stage Internet Ranking adds another three exclusive songs to arcades.

Deep Sleep

Deep Sleep

Publishers: Scriptwelder

Deep Sleep is a series of point-and-click adventure games, created by Polish indie developer Scriptwelder. The series consists of three free browser games in which the player attempts to navigate and eventually escape a dream world inhabited by shadow people. The first game, Deep Sleep, was designed for and won first place in the 2012 Jay Is Games Casual Gameplay Design Competition.

DJMax Portable Black Square

DJMax Portable Black Square

Platforms: PSP

DJMax Portable Black Square (Korean: 디제이맥스 포터블 블랙 스퀘어, dijeimaegseu poteobeul beullaeg seukweeo; abbr.: DMP:BS) is a music game for the PlayStation Portable developed by South Korean developer Pentavision released on December 24, 2008. This is the fourth major game of the DJMax series released for the PSP. The game includes various enhancements and new features built on from DJMax Portable 2 and DJMax Portable Clazziquai Edition. The original aim was to launch the game in November, however due t…

Dance Dance Revolution X

Dance Dance Revolution X

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution X (ダンスダンスレボリューションX, Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Ekkusu) (DDR X) is a music video game, part of the Dance Dance Revolution series. DDR X was announced by Konami in 2008 for Japan and on May 15, 2008 for the North American PlayStation 2. The arcade version was announced on July 7, 2008, July 9, 2008 in Europe, and July 10, 2008 for North America. Released to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Dance Dance Revolution, DDR X sports an improved interface, new music, and new modes of …

Dance Dance Revolution A

Dance Dance Revolution A

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution A (pronounced Ace) is a music video game, the 15th installment of the Dance Dance Revolution series, and the sequel to the 2014 release of Dance Dance Revolution. It was released on March 30, 2016 in Japan and Asia as a dedicated cabinet and as an upgrade kit, with Japan receiving a localized build, while the Korean release was delayed to the next week. This game was also released in North America later in 2016, in the form of new cabinets with e-Amusement connectivity, wh…

Donkey Konga

Donkey Konga

Platforms: GameCube

Publishers: Nintendo

Donkey Konga est un jeu de rythme mettant en vedette le personnage de jeu vidéo Donkey Kong (Konga est un jeu de mots entre Kong et Conga), sorti en 2003 (au Japon) sur GameCube. Il a été développé par Namco et édité par Nintendo. Ce jeu se joue avec des bongos (et non des congas) (le bongo DK, sorte de tambour), remplaçant la manette et permettant un gameplay original.

Dance Dance Revolution A20

Dance Dance Revolution A20

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution A20 (pronounced Ace Two Oh) is a music video game, the 16th installment of the Dance Dance Revolution series, and the sequel to Dance Dance Revolution A. The game was released on new, golden cabinets on March 20, 2019 in Japan. A software upgrade for older cabinets for Japan and Asia was released on July 24, 2019, with Korea receiving a localized release on August 1, 2019, and North America on September 24, 2019. A location test in Europe began on October 7, 2019, and it i…

Dance Dance Revolution II

Dance Dance Revolution II

Platforms: Wii

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution II, later released in Europe as Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 5, is a music video game in the Dance Dance Revolution series by Konami. It was released on October 11, 2011 for the Nintendo Wii in North America and on November 24, 2011 in Europe. Dance Dance Revolution II is the direct sequel to Dance Dance Revolution for the Wii. This game shares songs with the arcade version of Dance Dance Revolution X3 vs 2ndMix. It features characters from the arcade versions of D…

DJMax Technika

DJMax Technika

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Pentavision

DJMax Technika (Korean: 디제이맥스 테크니카; abbr.: DMT) is an arcade music game published and developed by Pentavision in South Korea. This was the first game announced as part of the DJMax METRO PROJECT. An international version of the game was released in North America by PM Studios. A sequel to the game, DJMax Technika 2, was announced on March 4, 2010. DJMax Technika Tune is an adaptation of the game for the PlayStation Vita. DJMax Technika Q for the iOS and Android platforms was announced on Septem…

Dance Dance Revolution X2

Dance Dance Revolution X2

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution X2 is a music video game released by Konami for the North American PlayStation 2. It is the direct sequel to the North American PlayStation 2 release of Dance Dance Revolution X. Released on October 27, 2009 alongside Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3, DDR X2 was one of the first Dance Dance Revolution games released to use songs from the 2009-10 soundtrack. It contains a unique soundtrack, a new master mode, additional modes of play and minor changes and refinements …

Deemo

Deemo

Platforms: Nintendo Switch,PS Vita,Android,Apple IOS

Deemo is a rhythm video game developed by Rayark, an independent game developer in Taiwan. The game was released on iOS and Android mobile platforms on November 13, 2013. An enhanced port for the PlayStation Vita, titled Deemo: Last Recital (Japanese: DEEMO~ラスト・リサイタル~), first announced late 2014, was released in June 2015. A Nintendo Switch port was released worldwide in September 2017. A remake of the entire game in 3D, titled Deemo -REBORN- was announced in October 2017 for PlayStation 4 with …

Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back

Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back

Publishers: Digital Dreams Multimedia

Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back (Spanish: Dráscula: El Vampiro) is a 1996 graphic adventure game developed by Alcachofa Soft. It was created in Spain, and was the first adventure game released by Alcachofa. In 1999, Midas Interactive Entertainment released an English version of the game in the United Kingdom. Dráscula tells the story of John Hacker, a realtor who attempts to help "Count Drascula" sell real estate in Transylvania.In 2017, HobbyConsolas declared Dráscula one of the nine-best Sp…

Dancing Stage

Dancing Stage

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Dancing Stage is a series of music video games developed and published by Konami. It is a spin-off of Dance Dance Revolution for the European market as well as a few Japanese titles. Games were released for arcade, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Wii.

Dance Factory

Dance Factory

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Codemasters

Dance Factory is a PlayStation 2 game developed by Broadsword Interactive and published by Codemasters. It has been compared with Dance Dance Revolution, but unlike the Dance Dance Revolution series Dance Factory can generate dance moves from any music CD. It can be played with any PlayStation controller and allows input from the EyeToy camera, but the majority of gameplay is done with a foot-operated Dance pad and is available with or without a pad in the package.

DJ Hero

DJ Hero

Platforms: PlayStation 2,XBox 360,Wii,PlayStation 3

Publishers: Activision Blizzard

DJ Hero est un jeu vidéo de rythme sur PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Wii et Xbox 360. Le jeu est basé sur le même principe que Guitar Hero avec, à la place d'une réplique de guitare, une réplique de platine vinyle sur laquelle il faut scratcher. Le jeu comporte 93 titres et est sorti en France le 29 octobre 2009. DJ Hero comporte des styles musicaux variés : de l'électro au rock en passant par le hip-hop et la dance.

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

Publishers: Konami

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix is the 6th game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was released in the arcades by Konami on October 19, 2001 and for the PlayStation 2 on May 16, 2002 in Japan. 6thMix contains a total of 42 songs, all which made their first arcade appearance on this release. 11 of these songs were previewed in various console releases prior to 6thMix.

DJMax Portable 2

DJMax Portable 2

Platforms: PSP

Publishers: Pentavision

DJMax Portable 2 (DJMAX Portable 2, DMP2; Korean: 디제이맥스 포터블 2) is a music video game published and developed by Pentavision, for the PlayStation Portable which was released on March 30, 2007. This is the second installment of the DJMax Portable series. While the first installment, DJMax Portable, never reached distribution outside of South Korea until the release of DMPi, DJMax Portable 2 was released in Japan along with English packaging and manuals.

DJMax Portable 3

DJMax Portable 3

Platforms: PSP

DJMax Portable 3 (Korean: 디제이맥스 포터블 3; abbr.: DMP3) is a music game for the PlayStation Portable published and developed by Pentavision in South Korea, and is a sequel to the earlier DJMax Portable games. DJMax Portable 3 was announced shortly after DJMax Technika 2 was announced. The official trailers from PM Studios and Pentavision quickly followed. It is the seventh installment of the game for the PlayStation Portable, and regarded as the actual sequel to DJMax Portable 2 since Clazziquai and…