Dance Dance Revolution Extra Mix

Dance Dance Revolution EXTRA MIX is a music video game that is part of the Dance Dance Revolution and Bemani series. It was developed and produced by Konami, and released in Japan on June 7, 2001 for the PlayStation video game console. It does not have an arcade counterpart.

Many of the songs in the game are from the DDR Solo games, Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix, and preview songs from Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix, including music by BeForU.

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... Some songs in the game are from the DDR Solo games, Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix, and preview songs from Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix—such as "DIVE" by BeForU ... EXTRA MIX features the sneak peek video of the J-pop group BeForU seen only in the ending credits of the console ... CAFE" D.D.SOUND from Dancemania Super Classics 3 "CAT'S EYE (Ventura Mix)" E-ROTIC from Dancemania EURO☆MIX "CLUB TROPICANA" CYDNEY-D from Dancemania BASS#4 "CONG ...

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