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Dance Dance Revolution Club Version Dreamcast Edition

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Game Description:

This is one of the two Dance Dance Revolution games released for the dear departed Dreamcast. If you don’t know how to play, you have to press arrows as they come up on-screen. Hitting the arrows exactly when you’re supposed to gets you points, and doing it a lot leads to combos, and stuff. Naturally this doesn’t sound like much fun with a controller, but you’re supposed to play with a special mat, and you hit the arrows with your feet. It’s like you’re REALLY DANCING!@%

The Club Version here is different from all the others in that, uhh, it has a bunch of, um, Clubby songs in it. I guess people really dig Clubby songs if you’re going to have a whole game full of the things. Cough.

Translation Description:

Judging from the cryptic readme, it seems like only 10% of the game is translated, that 10% consisting of “a bunch of comments and stuff”. I have no way of playing this, so I can’t verify whether this is true, or indeed even if the translation works in the first place. Use at your own risk, I guess.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Japanese Disc
  • Product ID - T-9508M

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