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Dancing Stage Fusion (PlayStation 2)

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Title Screen

Dancing Stage Fusion

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in EU: November 5, 2004


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One of three versions of Dancing Stage Fusion. This version is essentially a reskin of the american Dance Dance Revolution Extreme release, sharing many of its minigames and modes.

Unused Graphics

Note: All of the following graphics can be found in DATA/FILEDATA.BIN.

Freeze!

The unused Freeze! judgement makes another appearance here.

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Placeholder Banners

Two placeholder banners.

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Japanese Version Credits

The graphical assets for the Japanese Dance Dance Revolution Extreme's credits sequence can still be found, as seen below:

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Prototype Leftovers

Between the game's graphical data lie remains of an earlier build of the american release of Dance Dance Revolution Extreme which was closer to the Arcade/Japanese PlayStation 2 releases.

Game Menus

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Diet Mode

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Results Screen

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(Source: tikal.)

Unused Charts

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

Song Difficulty(ies) Comment
Chihuaua 2002
Come Into My World
HEAVEN AND EARTH
SEXIEST MAN IN JAMAICA
Double Standard
Double Difficult
Double Expert
Direct copies of the Single charts.
Danger! High Voltage
GOOD LUCK
Gotta Get Thru This
I BELIEVE IN A THING CALLED LOVE
OK
Somebody Like You
Single Challenge
Double Standard
Double Difficult
Double Expert
The Single Challenge chart is a copy of an unknown chart, in various stages of completion.
The Double charts are copies of its respective Single charts.
Familiar Feeling
Promises
Superstar
Single Challenge
Double Standard
Double Difficult
Double Expert
The Single Challenge charts are copies of AM-3P's Single Difficult chart, in various stages of completion.
The Double charts are copies of its respective Single charts.
Rapper's Delight Single Challenge
Double Standard
Double Difficult
Double Expert
The Single Challenge chart is a copy of a different, possibly placeholder chart.
The Double charts are copies of its respective Single charts.
Your Rain (RAGE MIX) Single Challenge An incomplete copy of AM-3P's Single Difficult chart.
(Source: SaxxonPike)

Unused Sounds

There are pieces of unused audio found in DATA/FILEDATA.BIN and DATA/SOUND/SD.BIN on the game disc:

FILEDATA.BIN

A segment of the song BYE BYE BABY BALLOON, used in the Dancemania logo sequence in DDRMAX.

The How To Play music from DDRMAX.

The Ranking Screen music from DDRMAX.

The menu music from DDRMAX.

SD.BIN

Three announcer samples not heard anywhere in the game.

(Source: tikal.)