Part 1 Part 2 gahou is a Japanese DDR player and commentator for the KONAMI Arcade Championship. He is a multi-KAC finalist and the DDR X3 vs 2ndMIX KAC 2012 champion.
DDR veteran “dimo” continues his “Breakdown” series, breaking down an individual song’s chart piece by piece to give players a better understanding on how to execute even the toughest patterns of a song. Episode 3 is breaking down F4SH10N Single EXPERT, and episode 4 is breaking down Magnetic Single CHALLENGE.
Dance games have come along way since Dance Dance Revolution was first introduced in 1998. New versions of DDR have been released, new games have been released, and finally the disappearance (and slow resurgence) of the American public arcade. This is meant to help new players get their head around the technology
This guide makes the assumption that you already know what the 6th KAC is and have registered for DDR A for your appropriate region. If you do not know what the 6th KAC is, go our post in the link below to learn about it. The 6th KONAMI Arcade Championship Now
DDR (DanceDanceRevolution) is a fun and addicting game that is also very physically challenging. As players play more and get better by developing their skills, there will come a point when they start hitting walls in their skill. That’s the point when getting and staying motivated to play becomes a
In a game like DanceDanceRevolution where you need to watch and follow what is shown on the screen, reading is fundamental. That is, being able to read notes on the screen as patterns. As you progress through the game and bump up the difficulty, you’ll notice that you need to
Author: Ryan “DukAmok” Iyengar 9/29/2006 Ever since DDR first came out, people have wanted to know how to improve their machine dancing skills. This generally comes in either of two forms: “How do I pass this song?” or “How do I score better on this song?” The first is, of