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DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution

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Title Screen

DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in US: October 28, 2002

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.

ProtoIcon.png This game has a prototype article

The North American release of DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution contains another songlist heavily focused on original songs, even taking some from obscure releases, and also has some features from DDRMAX2. And unlike the Japanese PS2 and Arcade versions, it has the difficulty scales.

Also, Darude Sandstorm.


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info

Unused Graphics

Attract Sequence

A graphic used in a screen promoting Dancemania albums in the original Japanese release.


Style Select

As Joint Premium is an arcade-only functionality, this graphic goes unused.


Song Select

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.


Although Oni/Challenge is a gamemode in this game, it's also the name of a difficulty. As none of the songs in this game have such charts, this graphic goes unused.


CD titles used in the original Japanese release. Notice that the darkened ones are unused even in that release.


Two indicators for long songs, despite there being none in this game.



A "Freeze!" judgement, which would have likely appeared when holding a Freeze arrow.


These 5thMix-styled Game Over and Danger graphics don't seem to be used.


Staff Roll

A presumably placeholder image related to the game's Staff Roll.


This Intercord Japan logo is displayed in the Japanese release, and was left unused here.


Dummy Graphic

A clearly placeholder banner.

Max2jp dummy banner.png

Demo Leftovers

These graphics are leftovers from the game's demo.

Ddrmax2 banner comingsoon unused.png
DDREX-Coming Soon Title.png

(Source: tikal.)

Unused Sound

DATA/SOUND/SD.BIN, which has among its content announcer and song preview files, also has the snippet of BYE BYE BABY BALLOON only heard in the Dancemania promotion sequence in the original Japanese release.

(Source: tikal.)