Dance Dance Revolution Strike

Dance Dance Revolution Strike is the eleventh home version of Dance Dance Revolution in Japan. It was released on February 16, 2006, for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game system by Konami. It features over 50 songs, most of which derive from other BEMANI franchises that the North American Xbox release, Ultramix 2 used for its music. This mix uses the same engine and looks as Extreme 2 US. On the same day, a soundtrack was released by Toshiba-EMI. It features all the songs from DDR STR!KE and DDR Festival Dance Dance Revolution.

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