Mail has been fixed; you should now be able to confirm your e-mail address, watch pages, and the like.
Please report any issues on Discord.

Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave

From The Cutting Room Floor
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Title Screen

Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave

Developer: Konami AMD
Publisher: Konami
Platform: Arcade (Konami System 573)
Released in JP: November 30, 2000


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.


Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: Verify the existence of unused graphics

Quite possibly the only Disney Dance Dance Revolution game one can take seriously. The same day, it was also released for the PlayStation in Japan.

Development-Related Text

Build Date

A build date can be found in the very end of GAME.DAT.

2000/10/07 09:08

Masterlist

Starting from offset 0x64FFC in GAME.DAT, is a masterlist of some sorts, in which are mentioned five scrapped songs:

Offset Text Comment
0x650A0 Night Fever A cover of the Bee Gees song.
Featured in the album Tokyo Disneyland: Club Disney Super Dancin' Mania -Disco Fever-.
0x65290 New York City Boy A cover of the Pet Shop Boys song, by New York Rappers.
Featured in the album Tokyo Disneyland: Club Disney Super Dancin' Mania -Mega Beat-.
0x652BC 5.6.7.8 A song by Steps, which would later appear in Dancing Stage EuroMIX 2.
Featured in the album Tokyo Disneyland: Club Disney Super Dancin' Mania -Mega Beat-.
0x652E0 How Gee A song by Black Machine. Also has unused music. (see below)
Featured in the album Tokyo Disneyland: Club Disney Super Dancin' Mania -Mega Beat-.
0x652E8 Boom!Boom!Boom!Boom! A song by Vengaboys.
Featured in the album Tokyo Disneyland: Club Disney Super Dancin' Mania -Mega Beat-.

Unused Music

File D0008.DAT and D0034.DAT, when decrypted, are preview and BGM tracks for the aforementioned scrapped song How Gee. It is unknown if chart data exists.