A collaborative event between Armored Princess Battle Conductor and BEMANI will take place from December 24, 2020 through January 22, 2021. Players will have a chance to unlock a song for their favorite BEMANI game: 「ここからよろしく大作戦143 / BEMANI Sound Team “あさき隊”」 Play Armored Princess Battle Conductor one time to unlock
The 6th GOLDEN LEAGUE PLUS period will be held from December 24, 2020 through January 13, 2020. Players can accumulate EX points by just playing the game on a DDR 20th anniversary model cabinet. All Gold Rank players will get “Run The Show” by fazerock as the next song reward.
KONAMI has announced the 10th KONAMI Arcade Championship. Entries will open up on December 23, 2020, and the qualifying round will start on the same day. The finals, depending on the game titles, will be held at KONAMI’s Ginza esports Studio on March 6th, 7th, 13th, and 14th, 2021. There
The second part of the BEMANI MusiQ FES event will begin on December 16, 2020 and run through January 12, 2021. “CONNECT-” by BEMANI Sound Team “Sota Fujimori” will be unlocked after participating in the event. You must play Quiz Magic Academy in order to participate. For more information about
【再投稿/EXTRA SAVIOR PLUS新規楽曲追加！】11月26日(木)10:00(JST)より「バンめし♪ ふるさとグランプリ」から秋を彩る新規楽曲が「EXTRA SAVIOR PLUS」に追加されます！ぜひプレーしてみてください！#DDRA20PLUShttps://t.co/b1ZzYYxgPI pic.twitter.com/isEhEuq9rp — DDRチーム【公式】 (@DDR_573) November 25, 2020 Four Autumn-themed Banmeshi ♪ Furusato Grand Prix songs will be available to be unlocked through EXTRA SAVIOR PLUS on DDR A20 PLUS. 「ハラショー！おにぎりサーカス団☆ / Blanc Bunny Bandit」 「イノセントバイブル / Vanitas Lacrimosa」 「ウソツキ横丁は雨模様 / 夜叉姫神楽」 「Red Cape Theorem
The 5th GOLDEN LEAGUE PLUS period will run from November 26, 2020 through December 9, 2020. Players that end the period with a Gold Rank will be rewarded with a new song, “Lightspeed” by Tanukichi. This event is only available to play on DDR 20th anniversary edition golden cabinets. Rampage Hero by DJ Shimamura will be available to play outside of the 20th anniversary models.
It’s Fantastic! is a fan project helping preserve the history of Japanese arcade games and arcade culture, making it more accessible for an international audience. The blog now brings you a fully translated interview by Arcadia issue 34 from March 1, 2003 with the DDR series sound director, NAOKI MAEDA.