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Dance Dance Revolution (PlayStation, USA)

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Title Screen

Dance Dance Revolution

Based on: Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PlayStation
Released in US: March 6, 2001


AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


Dance Dance Revolution's first foray into the American market.
It is based on Japan's Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits release, and has most of its same features.

Unused Songs

Throughout READ_DT.BIN are graphical files for seven songs that do not appear at all in normal gameplay. Most of them also feature steps, which were converted to a readable format in the downloads below.
Note that, save for the songs' backgrounds, the files are compressed under Bemani-LZ, and that the listed offsets apply to each file's first instance.

BAD GIRLS

Notably has a censored variant of the song's background, without the gun graphic.

Banner
0x792C0
Background
0x3FBE1C
CD
0x24E1A4
DDRUSPS1-badgirlsbn.png DDR-unused-BG-1.png DDRUSPS1-badgirlsCD.png
Small Banner
0x10D79F1
DDRUSPS1-badgirlsSMALL.png

Steps - 0x3FB9C4
Contains an unique Single Beginner chart. While the offset is slightly different from the arcade releases, the other steps should match the data as of Dance Dance Revolution 4thMIX PLUS.

Arcade Unused
Offset -4.306 -4.32
Download.png Download BAD GIRLS (step data)
File: DDRUSPS1-badg.zip (1.76 KB) (info)


BUTTERFLY

Banner
0x7BC52 / 0x7C180
Background
0x501CD8
CD
0x246DBD
DDRUSPS1-butterflybn.png DDR-unused-BG-2.png DDRUSPS1-butterflyCD.png
Small Banner
0x10D555E
DDRUSPS1-butterflySMALL.png

Steps - 0x501988
Data matches that of Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits.

END OF THE CENTURY

Has the distinction of not having background and small banner graphics, as well as steps, hinting it was scrapped early in development.

Banner
0x88683 / 0x88FB6
CD
0x257F65
DDRUSPS1-endofthecenturybn.png DDRUSPS1-endofthecenturyCD.png

HERO

Banner
0x7E035
Background
0x766CA4
CD
0x250CDF
DDRUSPS1-herobn.png DDR-unused-BG-3.png DDRUSPS1-heroCD.png
Small Banner
0x10D85B7
DdrUSPS1-heroSMALL.png

Steps - 0x76684C
Contains an unique Single Beginner chart. While the offset is slightly different from the arcade releases, the other steps should match the data as of Dance Dance Revolution 4thMIX PLUS.

Arcade Unused
Offset -5.613 -5.627
Download.png Download HERO (step data)
File: DDRUSPS1-hero.zip (1.76 KB) (info)


LET'S GET DOWN

Banner
0x7F2E2
Background
0x9344CC
CD
0x24ADDA
DDRUSPS1-letsgetdownbn.png DDR-unused-BG-4.png DDRUSPS1-letsgetdownCD.png
Small Banner
0x10D6702
DdrUSPS1-letsgetdownSMALL.png

Steps - 0x9340C4
Data matches that of Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits.

ROCK BEAT

Banner
0x8C16B
Background
0xB98BE4
CD
0x253145
DDRUSPS1-rockbeat.png DDR-unused-BG-5.png DDRUSPS1-rockbeatCD.png

Steps - 0xB98748
While the data should match that of Dance Dance Revolution 4thMIX PLUS, there is an additional Single Beginner chart.

Download.png Download ROCK BEAT (step data)
File: DDRUSPS1-rock.zip (1.99 KB) (info)


THAT'S THE WAY (I LIKE IT)

Banner
0x8591A
Background
0xCC028C
CD
0x245FB5
DDRUSPS1-thatsthewaybn.png DDR-unused-BG-6.png DDRUSPS1-thatsthewayCD.png

Steps - 0xCBFF60
Data matches that of Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits.

Unused Graphics

All of these are leftovers from either Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMIX or Dance Dance Revolution Best Hits, and can be found within READ_DT.BIN.

Dancemania Sequence

Assorted images used in the Dancemania sequence in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMIX. They can be found starting from 0x1C48BC.

DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaSEQ1.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaSEQ2.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaSEQ3.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaSEQ4.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaSEQ5.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaSEQ6.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA01.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA02.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA03.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA04.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA05.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA06.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA07.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA08.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA09.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA10.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA11.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA12.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA13.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA14.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA15.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA16.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA17.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA18.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA19.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA20.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA21.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA22.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA23.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA24.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA25.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA26.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA27.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA28.png
DDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA29.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA30.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA31.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA32.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA33.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA34.pngDDRUSPS1-dancemaniaA35.png

(Source: tikal.)

Placeholder Banner

Alongside the small banners seen in the game's Ranking Mode is this placeholder design.

DdrUSPS1-fillerSMALL.png

Edit Mode Leftovers

Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: Is there a way to access this?

Assorted graphics relating to Edit Mode, a feature absent in this game. They can be found starting from 0x1104A80.

DDRUSPS1-edit1.pngDDRUSPS1-edit2.pngDDRUSPS1-edit3.png
DDRUSPS1-edit5.pngDDRUSPS1-edit6.pngDDRUSPS1-edit7.png
DDRUSPS1-editguide1.pngDDRUSPS1-editguide2.pngDDRUSPS1-editguide3.png

A main menu option to access this mode is also loaded on VRAM.

DDRUSPS1-menuEDIT.png

(Source: tikal.)