Dance Dance Revolution Konamix

Dance Dance Revolution Konamix, DDR Konamix or simply Konamix for short, is a music video game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of games by Konami. It was released on April 23, 2002 for the Sony PlayStation in the United States and Canada as the third DDR console game in those countries and the last game for the system. DDR Konamix contains 52 tracks and six courses consisting entirely of "Konami Originals" produced by Konami's in-house music staff.

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