pop'n music 5 (PlayStation)
|pop'n music 5|
The PlayStation port of pop'n music 5, (in)famed for its rather difficult unlocking methods.
The extensionless Z_DUMMY, when read as signed 16-bit PCM audio, reveals itself to be a long version of the track Life, which was playable in the very first pop'n music home release.
Loaded in the title screen's VRAM is a graphic leftover from the original Arcade release, from when it was still undergoing location tests. The palette was reduced to accomodate the 16-color limit, though.
The Pop'n Music series
|Arcade||pop'n music • pop'n music 2 • pop'n music 3 • pop'n music 4 • pop'n music 5|
pop'n music Animelo • pop'n music Mickey Tunes • pop'n music Animelo 2gou
pop'n music 6 • pop'n music 8
|PlayStation||pop'n music 3 Append Disc|
pop'n music Disney Tunes • pop'n music 5 • pop'n music 6
|Dreamcast||pop'n music • pop'n music 2 • pop'n music 3 Append Disc • pop'n music 4 Append Disc|
|Game Boy Color||Pop'n Music GB • Pop'n Music GB Animation Melody • Pop'n Music GB Disney Tunes|
|Windows||pop'n music DA!!|
|Arcade||pop'n stage (ex)|
|Xbox 360||Beat'n Groovy|