There is an updated DDR A3 Difficulty Tier List powered by data submitted to 3icecream that ranks all songs by subdifficulties relative to each other. Songs with a certain level are broken down into different tiers, marked from X.00 to X.95 (X.0 to X.90 for Level 17-19). The higher the
The DDR A3 Scoring Difficulty Tier List powered by Skill Attack, showcases songs and charts’ comparative difficulties to one another within the same difficulty level. Songs with a certain level are broken down into different tiers, marked from X.00 to X.99 (X.0 to X.9 for Level 19). The higher the
Building off from the DDR A Difficulty Tier List, the DDR A20 PLUS Scoring Difficulty Ranking List maintains the idea that some songs within a difficulty level are easier or more difficult than others within the same level. Unlike the previous lists, the new revised lists for DDR A20 PLUS
So you got the chance to play DanceDanceRevolution at the arcade and you want to know how you can play it at home. The old soft foam pad that you got bundled with the console version of DDR isn’t cutting it anymore and you’re longing for a more arcade-like experience.
Now that DanceDanceRevolution GRAND PRIX has been made available to play, there will be many questions about how to get the game set up and running. To start, if you do not already have a KONAMI ID, you will need to register for a KONAMI ID set to the Japan
Now that KONAMI has begun work on a proper arcade-like home version of DanceDanceRevolution similar to beatmania IIDX INFINITAS and SOUND VOLTEX III eAcloud, I want to write out a quick guide on how to get DanceDanceRevolution PC set up and what the game offers. Unlike DDR V, the first
A person posting to the Twitter account @_987123879113 discovered through MAME a way to unlock MANIAC mode in Dancing Stage featuring Disney’s RAVE arcade version, something that was previously thought to have not existed in this version of the game and in the Japanese PlayStation console release of “DanceDanceRevolution Disney’s