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Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Mix (PlayStation)

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Title Screen

Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Mix

Also known as: Dance Dance Revolution: Disney's Rave (JP), Dancing Stage: Disney Mix (EU)
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: November 30, 2000
Released in US: September 18, 2001
Released in EU: September 28, 2001
Released in AU: September 28, 2001


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
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Quite possibly the only Disney Dance Dance Revolution game one can take seriously. In Japan, it was released for arcades the same day.

Unused Graphics

Question Marks

DdrdisneyPS1-question.png

Several question marks found within the VRAM data of the song selection screen. They are very likely leftovers from Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True.

(Source: tikal.)

Build Date

Starting from offset 0x824 (JP/US)/0x82C (EU) in the ELF are identifier strings, which include a build date:

Japan US Europe
DISNEY GROOVE
PROJECT P06270013
2000.06.07 VERSION
DISNEY US VERSION
PROJECT P06270013
2000.10.16 VERSION
DISNEY EURO VERSION
PROJECT P06270013
2000.10.24 VERSION
(Source: tikal.)

Regional Differences

General

  • The unlock method for the Maniac difficulty was simplified in the overseas releases, only requiring to clear all songs on the Trick difficulty rather than a series of inputs using two controllers.
  • The DJ Selection mode was removed in the overseas releases, though its selection graphics are still loaded in the main menu's VRAM.
(Source: WindyFairy)

Title Screen

The title screen's background is completely different between the Japanese and American/European releases, with the latter actually featuring Disney characters as opposed to a bland stage backdrop. Additionally, the copyright year was bumped up and had its font changed, and was placed lower in the European release to accomodate the slightly taller aspect ratio, said aspect ratio also making more of the art visible.

Japan US Europe
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As the game's subtitle is different between the Japanese and American/European releases, the logo graphic in the main menu was altered as well. The Japanese graphic is in the same style as the title screen logo.

Japan US/Europe
DdrdisneyPS1-logoJP.png Yes, it actually has this weird transparency in-game.

How To Play

The Japanese release showed a video in the left side of the playfield during the How To Play sequence. It was replaced with a 2D animation in the American/European releases, though the video is still present in the data.

Japan US/Europe
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Song List

The American release removed eleven of the licensed songs present in the Japanese version, replacing them with several Konami originals. Below is a list of exclusive songs for each region.

Japan US/Europe
Disco inferno
ELECTRICAL PARADE (Retro Future MIX)
I Want You Back
Johnny B. Goode
Let's Groove
Macarena
Superstition
Surfin' U.S.A.
The Bump
Twilight Zone
Vacation
B4U
HIGHER
Let the beat hit em!
Midnite Blaze
MY SUMMER LOVE
Share My Love

Score Grades

Several score grades were renamed in the American and European releases.

Japan US/Europe
DdrdisneyPS1-S.png DdrdisneyPS1-AA.png
DdrdisneyPS1-SS.png DdrdisneyPS1-AAA.png
DdrdisneyPS1-SSS.png DdrdisneyPS1-AAAperfect.png