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.
Arrow Eclipse presents: Eclipse East After 3 years since its inception with just a handful of members, the DMV Based Rhythm Gaming Community is ambitiously hosting it’s very first official rhythm gaming tournament in the East Coast from December 10th – December 12th, 2021. The first event will be proudly hosted
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.
What better way to kick off a new decade of dance gaming excellence than with a triple-header of tournaments? On Saturday, January 18, 2020 at Round1 Eastridge Shopping Center in San Jose… Freestyle Takeover, in conjunction with Infinity Stage and Valkyrie Dimension, will usher in a New Decade! Kicking things
In 2000, KONAMI offered a limited run of 100 total units of a hard, stainless steel Dance Dance Revolution Arcade-Style Controller sold to customers on konamistyle.com for about ¥198,000. There was not much information about the controller since its release, but a Japanese rhythm game enthusiast @gc_hisakunchi had one in possession and wrote
Ever find yourself getting ready to play an unfamiliar song in DDR and not know what speed mod to use? Some charts in the game have a bunch of speed changes that may force you into reading a faster or slower speed. Instead of whipping out the calculator or making