Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition is a home version of Dance Dance Revolution released in the United States. It was released by Konami on January 8, 2008 for the PlayStation 2 video game console. Unlike other DDR games, it was developed by Keen Games and not directly by Konami. It is the 4th Disney themed DDR game.

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... Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition is the first game based on the Disney Channel shows ... Core gameplay remains mostly the same on Disney Channel Edition, until the songlist consists mostly of songs from Disney Channel programming, including songs from Hannah Montana, The Cheetah Girls ...

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