Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix Club Versions

Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix Club Versions

Around the time period of 2ndMix, Konami made several club versions of Dance Dance Revolution to link with the then recently released Beatmania IIDX series. These mixes featured songs from IIDX, and could be linked for a form of session with the IIDX machine.

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... Me "ちょっときいてな(ZANSHIN-NA MIX) " Laugh Peace (feat ... songs from beatmania games) "BRILLIANT 2U" NAOKI from Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMIX beatmaniaIIDX SUBSTREAM "KEEP ON MOVIN'" N.M.R ... from Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMIX as STEP BATTLE song and became a playable song in beatmaniaIIDX SUBSTREAM CLUB VERSiON 2 "PARANOiA MAX ~DIRTY MIX~" 190 from Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMIX ...

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