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This article is about the 2013 arcade game named DanceDanceRevolution. For other uses, see: Dance Dance Revolution (disambiguation)

DanceDanceRevolution (2013)
DDR2009Logo

Platform(s)

Arcade

Publisher

Konami Digital Entertainment

Developer

Konami Digital Entertainment

Release Date(s)

March 14, 2013
March 20, 2013 (Singapore)
March 21, 2013 (ver.UP)
Q1-Q2 2013 (Asia)
Feb 7, 2014 (South Korea)

Arcade System

BEMANI PC Type 4
(Windows XP Embedded)

Display

37" HD LCD display (DDR X cabinets), 32" CRT/LCD display (Pre-DDR X cabinets), 42" HD LCD display (new cabinets)

DanceDanceRevolution, also known as DanceDanceRevolution 2013, DDR 2013, or colloquially NEWDDR, is the fourteenth entry in the arcade series and successor to 2011's DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMIX, DanceDanceRevolution was officially announced on October 24, 2012, with a location test scheduled from October 26 to 28 in Akihabara, Tokyo, and later released on March 14, 2013, with upgrade cabinets being released a week later. It later received a South Korean version of the game, which was released on February 7th, 2014.

DevelopmentEdit

DanceDanceRevolution had its only location test from October 26, 2012 to October 28, in Akihabara, Tokyo, with a release date slated for March 2013. Among the new changes and features revealed were:

  • The up/down buttons on the cabinet change sort modes or categories.
  • Good judgments increase the combo.
  • Synchro bonus.
  • TAG Play Mode.

The design for the new cabinet for the game was revealed after the location test. DanceDanceRevolution was later shown in the Japan Amusement Expo 2013 (formerly known as Arcade Operators Union (AOU for short)). In this event that started on February 15, 2013 and ended on February 16, the new cabinet was shown, showing the new changes:

  • A white cabinet color and blue/pink color scheme.
  • Larger screen (now 42 inches).
  • Lack of LED lightstrip and LED sidelights.
  • Larger storage space for players to put their belongings in.

After the event, it was revealed that a few arcades in Japan would be getting DDR 2013 on March 19, 2013. The game was later released on March 14, with upgrade kits being released the following week.

A Korean version of the game underwent location tests in June and July 2013. DDR 2013 is the first DDR game since DDR 3rdMIX to have a Korean version.

A North American version will be release in the summer of 2016, and the first North American DDR arcade game to support e-Amusement.

General Information/New Features/ChangesEdit

  • TAG Play Mode. Similar to UNISON Mode from DDR 3rdMIX. If players get the same timing on the same notes (can be a different difficulty for each player), then they get bonus points. This is called a "synchro bonus".
  • The up/down buttons on the new cabinets and DDR X cabinets now allow the player to change sort modes or categories.
  • A new interface. New interfaces will be added every six months.
  • A new cabinet design. Changes include:
    • Screen size increase, from 37 inches (diagonally) to 42 inches.
    • A larger space for players to put personal belongings in.
    • White color. DDR 2013 is the first arcade DDR game to have a white color for its cabinet, similar to DanceEvolution ARCADE.
    • Removal of the lightstrip on the cabinet and the sidelights to the sides of the machine.
    • Pad sensors do not light up when stepped on, similar to home version dance pads. Pad sensors also receive a new design.
    • Handle bars are colorcoded for each player: P1 is blue, P2 is pink.
    • The USB slot for edits is now gone.
    • A new software type (Software Type C).
  • New songs will be added every month, with boss songs being added every six months.
  • The Good judgment now counts towards the combo. Goods also no longer reduce the player's lives by one when on Extra Stage.
  • First game without any songs with Challenge charts in the default songlist (excluding Enjoy Level unlocks).
  • The judgments receive a new font and have slightly changed:
    • Marvelous→Marvelous!!!
    • Perfect→Perfect!!
    • Great→Great!
    • Miss→Miss...
    • O.K.→O.K.!!!
      • The Miss judgment has returned to its red color.
      • However, the FULL COMBO! font is still the same as the one used in DDR X3 VS 2ndMIX (Medfly).
  • In the music select screen, each player now has their own Groove Radar and UI instead of sharing one Groove Radar and UI.
  • Cut-ins now appear for Double Style play. However, this only applies to the new white cabinets and the DDR X upgrade cabinets.
  • LOVE IS THE POWER -Re:born-'s background video was removed.
  • PARANOiA Revolution and TRIP MACHINE EVOLUTION now have their background videos in fullscreen.
  • ヘビーローテーション's audio has been changed to the original version (albeit shorter than the cut used in other BEMANI games), and so the steps have been changed. However, the artist is still not credited to AKB48 presumably because the album art hasn't changed.
  • Course Mode and Happy Mode are absent this time, much like DDR 1stMIX.
  • 女々しくて and the remaining 2ndMIX mode songs (BAD GIRLS, Boom Boom Dollar, KUNG FU FIGHTING, Stomp to my beat, MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix), and PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME (Jazzy Groove)) from DDR X3 VS 2ndMIX now have different album arts (in Memeshikute's case, it is now the album art used in DanceEvolution ARCADE and jubeat saucer), while the 2ndMIX mode songs have their album arts are now based on their background.
  • Remaining 2ndMIX mode songs have been moved to their respective 1stMIX and 2ndMIX folders.
  • First installment in the arcade series since DDR 1stMIX in which no non-human character is available as a playable character.
  • Character models are now more smoothened and less jagged compared to past installments.
  • Series debut of S-C-U, REDALiCE, WALL5, Akhuta, Yoshihiko Koezuka, DJ TOTTO, Starving Trancer, Hideyuki Ono, and 日向美ビタースイーツ♪ (Hinata Bitter Sweets♪).
  • First arcade game since DDR X to feature Harmony Machine, Tommie Sunshine, and Jena Rose in the default songlist.
  • eAMUSEMENT Participation. DDR 2013 uses the eAMUSEMENT Participation system to account part of the player's credits to Konami and the arcade using eAMUSEMENT. Therefore, it requires a constant Internet connection in order to work; disabling the connection will render the machine inaccessible. Also, due to the new eAMUSEMENT Participation system, the ENCORE EXTRA STAGE has been temporally removed. Every non-human character (including Rena) has been removed as well, making the character roster the current smallest of any post-2008 generation DDR arcade game, at 12 characters.
  • The music section of the official website now has album arts for new songs sized at a resolution of 280x280 instead of 256x256.
  • The opening movie is from the CS DanceDanceRevolution games released in 2009.
  • Edits are now loaded through the Select Music screen, not the Data Entry screen.
  • BE LOVIN now has its background video from DDR EXTREME 2.

Groove Radar ChangesEdit

For the complete list of Groove Radar changes, please see: DanceDanceRevolution (2013 arcade game)/Groove Radar Changes

Character RosterEdit

All characters from DanceDanceRevolution X2 and DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMIX return with the exception of all non-human characters (Rinon, Victory-Concent, Geisha Zukin, and PiX) and DDR HOTTEST PARTY staple character Rena, as well as 2ndMIX characters Dread Snake and Janet. All returning characters keep the same outfits from DDR X2.

Returning CharactersEdit

Removed CharactersEdit

There are currently 12 playable characters.

Private BEMANI Academy (私立BEMANI学園)Edit

The Private BEMANI Academy (私立BEMANI学園) is a collaboration event that was announced on April 11, 2013 and started on April 24, 2013. These songs also appear on beatmaniaIIDX 20 tricoro, GITADORA, jubeat saucer, pop'n music Sunny Park, and REFLEC BEAT colette -Spring-. To unlock each song, get 100% on Friendship to each artist duo. You can play DanceEvolution ARCADE or SOUND VOLTEX II -infinite infection- to receive bonus Friendship degrees. Some songs may be easy to unlock in DDR 2013, while the rest (except Elemental Creation) are harder. In order to unlock them more quickly, play their dominant games (e.g. to unlock GAIA, you would have to play beatmaniaIIDX 20 tricoro).

WARNING: Some songs may be dominant in two games (e.g. Empathetic). To unlock those songs quickly, play the two games they're dominant in (e.g. Empathetic is dominant in DDR 2013 and pop'n music Sunny Park).

You can watch the official video showcasing the event here: [1]

New SongsEdit

The new songs are (listed in ABC order):

Boss SongEdit

To unlock, all nine collaboration songs must be unlocked in order to unlock the boss song. The boss song is:

By playing either beatmaniaIIDX 20 tricoro, DanceDanceRevolution, GITADORA, jubeat saucer, pop'n music Sunny Park, and REFLEC BEAT colette, a 2.5% of Friendship will be awarded towards unlocking Elemental Creation (in GITADORA's case, Elemental Creation -GITADO ROCK ver.-). As of April 24, 2013, a Challenge chart for Elemental Creation can be unlocked through EXTRA STAGE. You must clear all 私立BEMANI学園 songs on all difficulties (on Single, you have to clear all songs on all four difficulties: Beginner, Basic, Difficult, and Expert. On Double, you must clear all songs on Basic, Difficult, and Expert).

RewardEdit

Upon unlocking Elemental Creation, you can Graduate. Doing so will unlock GRADUATION ~それぞれの明日~'s background video from Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME. However, the video has been altered to remove references to Naoki Maeda.

私立BEMANI学園 Original SoundtrackEdit

An album featuring all 10 私立BEMANI学園 songs plus the GITADORA versions of some songs and the opening theme was announced on May 27, 2013. It was released on July 17, 2013.

jubeat, GITADORA, DDR's Triple Journey (jubeat, GITADORA, DDRの Triple Journey)Edit

The jubeat, GITADORA, DDRの Triple Journey event was announced on July 25, 2013 and started on August 1, 2013. This was a crossover event with DDR 2013, GITADORA and jubeat saucer. Each day, you were sent a mail from either Baby-Lon, Otobear, or Smith. The mail had a hint as to what you should do. If you fullfilled the condition, you would unlock a song for either DDR 2013, GITADORA, or jubeat saucer.

The event ended on September 2, 2013, 5 AM JST.

The songs are (listed in order of appearance):

To other gamesEdit

Fight! BEMANI StadiumEdit

EXTRA STAGEEdit

The same EXTRA STAGE requirements from DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMIX and DanceDanceRevolution X2 are still used in this game. To access the Extra Stage, you must fulfill these requirements:

Conditions Color Stars
Daily Star Dark Blue 1
AAA White 3
AA Yellow 2
A Yellow 1
B, C, D Blue 1
Full Combo Green

※The number of stars earned for a full combo is the number of stars earned for the grade (see table above) plus one star

Once 9 stars have been obtained, on the Final Stage, they disappear, and the player is allowed to access the Extra Stage. However, these stars must be earned back if the player wants to access the Extra Stage again.

The difficulties available for New Generation depending on the total sum of the difficulty ratings and number of stages on credit:

# of Stages SP Beginner only Beginner→Basic Beginner→Difficult Beginner→Expert
DP Basic only
2 1(20)~12(2×6) 13(2×6+1)~20(2×10) 21(2×10+1)~26(2×13) 27(2×13+1)~38(2×19)
3 1(30)~18(3×6) 19(3×6+1)~30(3×10) 31(3×10+1)~39(3×13) 40(3×13+1)~57(3×19)
4 1(40)~24(4×6) 25(4×6+1)~40(4×10) 41(4×10+1)~52(4×13) 53(4×13+1)~76(4×19)
5 1(50)~30(5×6) 31(5×6+1)~50(5×10) 51(5×10+1)~65(5×13) 66(5×13+1)~95(5×19)

Challenge charts for boss songs can be unlocked through EXTRA STAGE by meeting this condition:

  • The sum of your total difficulty ratings must be:
    • 2 Stages: 31+
    • 3 Stages: 46+
    • 4 Stages: 61+
    • 5 Stages: 76+

As with the previous games, the Extra Stage is played with a battery dance meter starting out at 4 lives. Missing a note or getting an N.G. on a Freeze Arrow or Shock Arrow will reduce your lives by one. When you run out of lives, the game is over.

TimelineEdit

Note that starting with EXTRA STAGE Level 2 (04/24/2013), Elemental Creation's Challenge charts cannot be accessed outside of EXTRA STAGE.

EXTRA STAGE Level 1 (03/14/2013~04/24/2013)Edit

Monkey Business is the EXTRA STAGE song. Only certain difficulties can be accessed depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit.

EXTRA STAGE Level 2 (04/24/2013~06/12/2013)Edit

Another Phase is the EXTRA STAGE song. Only certain difficulties can be accessed depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Monkey Business is available on all difficulties, but is still EXTRA STAGE only.

EXTRA STAGE Level 3 (06/12/2013~06/26/2013)Edit

Air Heroes is the EXTRA STAGE song. Only certain difficulties can be accessed depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Monkey Business and Another Phase are available on all difficulties, but are still EXTRA STAGE only.

EXTRA STAGE Level 4 (06/26/2013~07/18/2013)Edit

Monkey Business receives a new Challenge chart, accessible on EXTRA STAGE only. Air Heroes is still accessible only on certain difficulties depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Another Phase is available on all difficulties, but is still EXTRA STAGE only.

EXTRA STAGE Level 5 (07/18/2013~08/01/2013)Edit

Spanish Snowy Dance is the EXTRA STAGE song. Only certain difficulties can be accessed depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Monkey Business, Another Phase, and Air Heroes are available on all difficulties, but are still EXTRA STAGE only (Monkey Business's Challenge chart is still EXTRA STAGE only, but accessible only through certain conditions).

EXTRA STAGE Level 6 (08/01/2013~09/04/2013)Edit

Another Phase receives a new Challenge chart, accessible on EXTRA STAGE only. Spanish Snowy Dance is still accessible only on certain difficulties depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Air Heroes is available on all difficulties, but is still EXTRA STAGE only. Monkey Business is unlocked for regular play.

EXTRA STAGE Level 7 (09/04/2013~09/18/2013)Edit

New Generation is the EXTRA STAGE song. Only certain difficulties can be accessed depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Another Phase, Air Heroes, and Spanish Snowy Dance are available on all difficulties, but are still EXTRA STAGE only (Another Phase's Challenge chart is still EXTRA STAGE only, but accessible only through certain conditions).

EXTRA STAGE Level 8 (09/18/2013~10/02/2013)Edit

Air Heroes receives a new Challenge chart, accessible on EXTRA STAGE only. New Generation is still accessible only on certain difficulties depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Spanish Snowy Dance is available on all difficulties, but is still EXTRA STAGE only. Another Phase is unlocked for regular play.

EXTRA STAGE Level 9 (10/02/2013~10/08/2013)Edit

Blew My Mind is the EXTRA STAGE song. Only certain difficulties can be accessed depending on the sum of the difficulty ratings on the credit. Another Phase is unlocked for ENCORE EXTRA STAGE, req. AA on Blew My Mind in EXPERT first and only is played in EXPERT.

EXTRA STAGE Level 10 (10/08/2013~xx/yy/2013)Edit

Blew My Mind is available on all difficulties, but is still EXTRA STAGE only. Another Phase is removed from ENCORE EXTRA STAGE.

Update HistoryEdit

As with past DDR games, DanceDanceRevolution 2013 is updated occassionally. Carried with these updates are bug fixes and new features. Version of the game can be identified with MDX:X:X:A:YYYYMMDD00.(eg.MDX:A:C:A:2014070100 identifies an Asian machine running on a DDR 2013 cabinet & is the latest version). Identifier codes: First letter (region) J:Japan A:Asia K:Korea Second Letter (cabinet type) A:Pre-DDR X cabinets B:DDR X cabinets C:DDR 2013 cabinets

2013031000Edit

First version.

2013032800Edit

  • Fixed a bug where the announcer was late announcing multiples of 100 combos when there were Goods in the combo.
  • Fixed bug where getting a Full Combo on Challenge charts with Shock Arrows (0 Goods and Misses) wouldn't display properly.
  • Fixed occasional crashing on upgrade cabinets (non-X cabinets)
  • Fixed general sluggishness of interface (X cabinets)
  • Fixed bug where timing display (Fast/Slow) would all be displayed as "N.G."

2013040400Edit

  • All songs with special stages now use generic dance stages instead to fix crashing issue (excluding TRIP MACHINE EVOLUTION and PARANOiA Revolution, whose videos are now fullscreen in order to evade this issue).

2013041600Edit

  • Announcement of 私立BEMANI学園 event.
  • Timing fixes on the DDR X and pre-DDR X cabinets to fix overall problems with syncing that did not appear on the newer white dedicated cabinets. The timing issues occured on songs not in the DDR 2013 folder (e.g. songs from the DDR X2 folder).
  • The "GuitarFreaks XG DrumMania XG" BEMANI folder has been renamed to GITADORA.

2013041900Edit

2013050600Edit

  • Intro movie from DDR HOTTEST PARTY 3 and DDR X2 CS added.
  • CANDY♥ now has its background video from DDR EXTREME 2 again.
  • Full combo ring added to full combo scores imported from DDR X3 VS 2ndMIX.
  • Demo play now is shown.

2013061100Edit

  • Bug fixes.
  • Return of Edit Data (only on non-white cabinets).
  • Edit Data is now accessible through the select music screen.
  • Addition of Air Heroes, a new EXTRA STAGE song.
  • BE LOVIN now has its DDR EXTREME 2 movie.

2013070200Edit

  • eAMUSEMENT Ranking sort has been fixed.

2013071500Edit

2013073000Edit

  • Start of Triple Journey event.
  • bag now has its DDR EXTREME background video.
  • All songs with special stages (e.g. Replicant D-action songs) that were initially removed in DDR 2013 now have their special stages again (not including PARANOiA Revolution and TRIP MACHINE EVOLUTION).
    • However, some of the dance stages for certain songs have been changed (e.g. FIRE FIRE and Leaving...).
  • Spanish Snowy Dance's Double Expert chart has been fixed.
  • Air values above 100 are now calculated like this: (Number of jumps per minute + 36) × 100 / 91. (Single Play only)

2013091700Edit

New SonglistEdit

See: DanceDanceRevolution (2013 arcade game)/Songlist

Difficulty ChangesEdit

For the complete rerating list, see: DanceDanceRevolution (2013 arcade game)/Difficulty Changes

Removed SongsEdit

The following songs from DanceDanceRevolution X3 VS 2ndMIX have been removed in this game:

Song Artist Folder
more more more capsule DDR X2
TENSHI GOURYELLA DDR X2
Boys (2008 X-edit) SMiLE.dk DDR X
GET UP'N MOVE (2008 X-edit) S & K DDR X
Koko Soko SMiLE.dk DDR X
木星~組曲『惑星』より PLEIADES PRODUCTION DDR SuperNOVA 2
GOLDEN SKY smile.dk DDR SuperNOVA
Boys SMiLE.dk DDR 2ndMIX
DUB-I-DUB ME & MY DDR 2ndMIX
GET UP'N MOVE S & K DDR 2ndMIX
I Believe In Miracles (The Lisa Marie Experience Radio Edit) Hi-Rise DDR 2ndMIX
IF YOU WERE HERE JENNIFER DDR 2ndMIX
Smoke Mr.Ed Jumps The Gun DDR 2ndMIX
Butterfly SMiLE.dk DDR 1stMIX
Have You Never Been Mellow The Olivia Project DDR 1stMIX
LET'S GET DOWN JT PLAYAZ DDR 1stMIX
Little Bitch The Specials DDR 1stMIX
My Fire (UKS Remix) X-Treme DDR 1stMIX
That's The Way (I Like It) KC & The Sunshine Band DDR 1stMIX


Known Bugs / GoofsEdit

  • Somehow You Found Me's BPM is listed as 175. The actual BPM is 180.
  • ウッーウッーウマウマ(゚∀゚)(Speedcake Remix)'s correct spelling is ウッーウッーウマウマ(゚∀゚)(Speedycake Remix).
  • On non-widescreen cabinets, the album jacket of the selected song in the music select screen can sometimes disappear.
  • If Hidden+ and Sudden+ are used in Couple Play edits, only the Player 1 right and Player 2 left arrows remain uncovered.
    • This was fixed on an unknown date.

TriviaEdit

  • DanceDanceRevolution 2013 is the first DDR game since DDRMAX not to have a course mode.
  • DanceDanceRevolution 2013 is also the first DDR game since DDRMAX not to have an ENCORE EXTRA STAGE.

System BGMEdit

DanceDanceRevolution 2013 AC BGM - eAmusement Entry04:07

DanceDanceRevolution 2013 AC BGM - eAmusement Entry

eAMUSEMENT Entry BGM

DanceDanceRevolution 2013 AC BGM - Menu & Style Select04:05

DanceDanceRevolution 2013 AC BGM - Menu & Style Select

System BGM





External LinksEdit

DanceDanceRevolution Arcade Games
Main Arcade Series DDR (1998)DDR 2ndMIXDDR 3rdMIXDDR 4thMIXDDR 5thMIXDDRMAXDDRMAX2DDR EXTREMEDDR SuperNOVADDR SuperNOVA2DDR XDDR X2DDR X3 VS 2ndMIXDDR (2013)
Spinoffs DDR CLUB KITDDR 2ndMIX CLUB VERSIONDDR Solo BASS MIXDDR Solo 2000
Foreign Releases DS EuroMIXDS TKDDS DCTDancing StageDDR USADS Disney's RAVEDS EuroMIX2DS Fusion

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