DDRMAX2: Dance Dance Revolution
|DDRMAX2: Dance Dance Revolution|
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
This game has unused areas.
The American home release of DDRMAX2, feature-wise, is a blend of its arcade counterpart with its sequel, Dance Dance Revolution Extreme, with additions such as the Beginner difficulty and the presence of official music videos.
Note: All of the following graphics can be found in DATA/FILEDATA.BIN.
While the Oni/Challenge mode was replaced by Nonstop Mode, some of its assets can still be found unused.
A leftover from the original Japanese release.
Graphics for this arcade-exclusive functionality can be found among the Mode Select assets.
Song Selection Screen
A shoshinsha mark graphic, possibly intended to be displayed in songs with a rating of 2 or lower in Basic, as is in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX and its home port.
Despite that no long versions exist in this game, a graphic that would have likely been used to denote one exists.
A graphic for an unused "Freeze!" judgement, which would have likely be seen while holding a freeze arrow.
These 5thMix-styled Game Over and Danger graphics don't seem to be used.
The game's .ssq files, which store chart data, hide filler and/or hidden charts, as cataloged below:
|AM-3P (AM EAST mix)
CELEBRATE NITE (EURO TRANCE MIX)
|Duplicates of DIVE TO THE NIGHT.|
Silent Hill (3rd christmas mix)
SUPER STAR (FROM NONSTOP MEGAMIX)
|Double Light and Double Standard are duplicates of THE REFLEX.|
Double Heavy seems to be an early version of ECSTASY (midnight blue mix)'s Double Challenge chart.
|i feel ...||Single Challenge
|Duplicates of MATSURI JAPAN (FROM NONSTOP MEGAMIX).|
|This needs some investigation.|
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Specifically: There should be some unused tracks in DATA/SOUND/SD.BIN.
The first 6 audio entries in DATA/FILEDATA.BIN are actually leftovers from both the Japanese and American home releases of DDRMAX:
|Track 1||A segment of BYE BYE BABY BALOON, used in the|
Dancemania promotion sequence in the Japanese version.
|Track 2||The One More Extra Stage ending track.|
|Track 3||The "music list" ending track.|
|Track 4||The How To Play background music.|
|Track 5||The Ranking Screen background music.|
|Track 6||The "Select" menu background music.|
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