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Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection

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Title Screen

Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: December 11, 2003

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
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A second "compilation" Dance Dance Revolution game, featuring mostly songs from 1stMIX to 5thMIX, with a couple new ones thrown in.

Unused Graphics

Various unused graphics can be found in DATA/FILEDATA.BIN on the game's disc.

Mode Select

A graphic for Joint Premium, an arcade-only functionality. It also goes unused in the Japanese Dance Dance Revolution Extreme PlayStation 2 release.
DDREX EXACJointPremium.png

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.

The memory card icons from the arcade Dance Dance Revolution Extreme, although recolored to fit Party Collection's theme. Doesn't change its unused status, though.

Another leftover from the arcade release, in which are displayed edits saved in the machine's flash memory. It was also recolored for this game.

This sorting banner is a leftover from Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

While graphics for such a function exists, it's not possible to sort by series in this game.


The unused "Freeze" judgment makes another appearance in this installment.
DDREX Freeze.png

Demo Leftovers

These graphics are leftovers from the demo of the American release of DDRMAX.

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

Placeholder Banner

An obviously placeholder banner.

Max2jp dummy banner.png

(Source: leadbman)

Unused Charts

The game's .ssq files, which store chart data, hide filler and/or hidden charts, as cataloged below:

Song Difficulty(ies) Comment
DAM DARIRAM Single Challenge
Double Challenge
The unused "Give It Up" charts from the arcade Dance Dance Revolution Extreme are still here.
Freedom Single Challenge Consists of a repeated pattern: left, down, up-right-down. Likely used for sync purposes during development.
STARS (2nd NAOKI's style) Single Challenge
Double Challenge
(Source: SaxxonPike)