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Dance Dance Revolution Freedom

Dance Dance Revolution Freedom

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Apple IOS

Dance Dance Revolution Freedom was a rhythm game by Konami originally made available for the iOS, as part of the company's Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games.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 …

Death Jr.

Death Jr.

Genre: Action

Platforms: PSP

Death Jr. is a video game for the PlayStation Portable. The PSP iteration was the first PSP game shown publicly and advertised as a killer-app. It was released to a mixed reception and noted for numerous problems about the camera, gameplay and uninspiring graphics, but was praised for its Tim Burton-esque themes and quirky characters. Slightly better received was the comic book adaptation by Gary Whitta and Ted Naifeh, which includes two three-issue miniseries.

Dance Dance Revolution X

Dance Dance Revolution X

Genre: Musique

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

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

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Arcade

DanceDanceRevolution 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, although 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, while Europe received new offline cabinet…

Death Jr. and the Science Fair of Doom

Death Jr. and the Science Fair of Doom

Genre: Action, Aventure, Plate-forme

Platforms: Nintendo DS

Death Jr. and the Science Fair of Doom is a Nintendo DS platformer game developed by Backbone Entertainment, and is one of the sequels to the PlayStation Portable game Death Jr. released in 2005. The other is Death Jr. II: Root of Evil for the PSP. In this game, Death Jr. and Pandora are both playable. The game uses both screens, as well as the touch capabilities. It also features local wireless multiplayer.

Dancing Stage

Dancing Stage

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Arcade

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.

Deca Sports Extreme

Deca Sports Extreme

Genre: Sport

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS

Deca Sports Extreme is a sports video game for the Nintendo 3DS which is developed by Hudson Soft and published by Konami in the Deca Sports series. The first images of the game were leaked by the Official Nintendo Magazine in late December 2010.

Double Dribble

Double Dribble

Genre: Sport

Platforms: Amiga,Nintendo GameBoy,Commodore 64,Arcade,Apple IOS

Double Dribble, known in Japan as Exciting Basket (エキサイティング バスケット, Ekisaitingu Basuketto), is a basketball arcade game developed and released in 1986 by Konami. It was the second basketball arcade game by Konami, following Super Basketball. Much of the game's popularity came from its animation sequences showing basketball players performing slam dunks, as well as "The Star-Spangled Banner" theme during attract mode, which was the first arcade game to feature the national anthem. These were uncom…

Dancing Stage MegaMix

Dancing Stage MegaMix

Genre: Musique

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Dancing Stage MegaMiX is the fifth home release in the Dancing Stage series, a European version of the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. MegaMix was the first Dancing Stage game released on the Sony PlayStation 2 game console - and as with Dancing Stage EuroMix 2, MegaMix introduced many new features to Europe, such as Freeze Arrows, the Options menu, and a cleaner interface. Based largely on Dancing Stage EuroMix 2, MegaMiX was separated from the arcade game by a completely di…

Doremikko

Doremikko

Genre: Musique

Doremikko (ドレミッコ) is a music video game developed by Konami for the Family Computer Disk System, and published in 1987.The software's retail package included a musical keyboard-like input device for playing and composing music with various synthesized instruments. The 36-key keyboard comprises three-octaves. The game's title alludes to the first three solfège syllables, do, re, and mi.

Dancing Stage Fusion

Dancing Stage Fusion

Genre: Musique

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

Dancing Stage Fusion is a music video game released by Konami for the European PlayStation and PlayStation 2 on 5 November 2004. In April of the following year, Dancing Stage Fusion was released as an arcade game. The arcade version of Dancing Stage Fusion was the first arcade machine in Europe since Dancing Stage EuroMix 2 and set a milestone as the first Dance Dance Revolution arcade machine produced by Konami since Dance Dance Revolution Extreme in 2002. The arcade release marked a total game…

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Wii

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party (ダンスダンスレボリューションホッテストパーティー, Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Hottesuto Pātī), known as Dancing Stage Hottest Party in the European and Oceanic regions, is a video game released by Konami in 2007 and 2008 to several countries for the Wii console. Konami took the game beyond the traditional setup of Dance Dance Revolution by incorporating the Wii Remote and the standard dance pad into a full body motion game. It has two sequels, Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 and…

Driift Mania

Driift Mania

Genre: Course

Driift Mania (formerly titled Driift) is a WiiWare racing game developed by a French team and released by Konami. It was released in the PAL regions on July 31, 2009. and in North America on September 28, 2009.

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix

Genre: Musique

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

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.

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova

Genre: Musique

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova (ダンスダンスレボリューションスーパーノヴァ, Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Sūpānova), released in Europe as Dancing Stage SuperNova, is an arcade and PlayStation 2 game in the Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) series of music video games. It was produced by Konami and released through Betson Enterprises. The game was released in Europe on April 28, 2006, followed shortly by a North American release on May 15 and a Japanese release on July 12. Unlike previous DDR arcade releases, all versions ha…

Dance Dance Revolution

Dance Dance Revolution

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Arcade

Dance Dance Revolution (ダンスダンスレボリューション, Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon) (DDR), is a music video game, developed by Konami, released in arcades by on September 26, 1998 in Japan. Dance Dance Revolution is a unique game involving dance and rhythm that defined the genre. It involves timing and balance by having players use their feet instead of their hands like typical video games. In March 1999, the game was released for North American arcades, and for European arcades under the name Dancing Stage. Play…

Dance Dance Revolution

Dance Dance Revolution

Genre: Musique

Dance Dance Revolution is a music video game in the Dance Dance Revolution series by Konami for the PlayStation. It was released on March 6, 2001 as the third game in the series for North America, the first for any console system there. The game contains a soundtrack of 27 songs and eight courses consisting entirely of music featured in previous DDR games.

Dance Dance Revolution

Dance Dance Revolution

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Arcade

DanceDanceRevolution (ダンスダンスレボリューション, DansuDansuReboryūshon) (DDR) is a music video game, the 14th installment of the Dance Dance Revolution series, and the sequel to DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMix. The game was revealed by Konami on October 24, 2012. Public beta testing commenced on October 26, 2012. It was released in Japan on March 14 and 21, 2013 for dedicated cabinets and upgrade kits, respectively, and in Asia on March 28, 2013.After the release of Dance Dance Revolution in 2014, it was…

Death Jr. II: Root of Evil

Death Jr. II: Root of Evil

Genre: Action, Aventure

Platforms: Wii,PSP

Death Jr. II: Root of Evil is a 2008 action-adventure game developed by Backbone Entertainment the sequel to the PlayStation Portable video game Death Jr. The game has various differences from the first, including having a second playable character, Pandora.

Dance Dance Revolution A20

Dance Dance Revolution A20

Genre: Musique

Platforms: Arcade

DanceDanceRevolution 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, with upgrade kits for older cabinets available at a later time, and a United States release imported later in May 15, 2019.