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Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix (PlayStation)

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Title Screen

Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: March 15, 2001

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A port of the Arcade game of the same name. It includes a few songs absent from the console release of 3rd Mix, such as Xanadu and Follow The Sun.

Unused Graphics

Unused Banners

A set of small banners for four songs not present in this game; AFTER THE GAME OF LOVE, CUTIE CHASER, DROP THE BOMB and La Señorita Virtual.

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(Source: tikal.)

Unused Backgrounds

Backgrounds for the 7 Korean licenses seen in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMIX ver.KOREA, and for the Solo series' 7 original songs. While none of the former made appearances in any console release, all of the latter later appeared in Dance Dance Revolution Extra Mix.

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(Source: tikal.)

Data Bank

An unused graphic for a Data Bank mode. The first game with this mode was Dance Dance Revolution Extra Mix, released several months later.


(Source: tikal.)


Unused graphics for "Easy", "Normal" and "Hard" modes. They are present in the VRAM data of the song selection screen...


...and in the gameplay screen. Note that this variant, besides the palettes, seems to be a leftover from the arcade release of Dance Dance Revolution 3rd Mix.


(Source: tikal.)

Early Guide Graphics

Somewhat "plain" graphics for some of the sections in the Guide menu. It's worth noticing that all of them have finalized versions.

Unused Used
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Assorted placeholder banner graphics. The text on the latter graphic seems to be "ぼー" [Bou].

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(Source: tikal.)