Practice Dance Dance Revolution steps X for the arcades

By Spencer . July 9, 2008 . 8:07am

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Konami announced Dance Dance Revolution X at their Gamer’s Day as a PlayStation 2 game. In Japan, an arcade version is due out in the future too. A teaser page for the arcade machine is online without any song list. Confirmed songs in the US PS2 release include “Poseidon” from Naoki underground, “Taj He Spitz” by DC Crew, and the TimeHollow theme from Masanori Akita. Of course, song lists vary from country to country, but TimeHollow is likely to be in the Japanese arcade game. Don't miss the instantaneous revolution.

 

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  • SteveJ

    I’ve got the Japanese version of Supernova 2, and it would seem likely that DDR X will primarily just be a catch-up release for the US, and contain many of the songs in SN2 JP, so I don’t know if I’ll pick it up. But to the point, Time Hollow is one of the weakest tracks on the Japanese version of SN2. The song is plain and so are the steps. All IMHO, of course, but I really can’t imagine anyone finding it all that good.

  • http://www.ncix.com/index.php?affiliateid=3577512 Oscar

    Someone forgot to tag “PlayStation 2″ to this article ;)

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