Dance Dance Revolution Super Nova 2

Dance Dance Revolution Super Nova 2

Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA 2 is an arcade game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was produced by Konami and released through Betson Enterprises. The game was released in Japan in August, 2007, while the North American version was released several months later. The Japanese version is its 10th traditional arcade release. A European arcade release was canceled due to a EU sanction preventing the export of the original PlayStation 2 (which SuperNOVA utilized as its hardware).

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... The following is for the Japanese PlayStation 2 version ... Klayton (Celldweller) from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2) "Burn Baby Burn" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat ... American PS2) Hilary Duff cover "EternuS" Sanxion7 from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2) "Fevah" Nightriders from DDR SuperNOVA 2 (NA PS2) "My Favorite Things" SLOTH MUSIC PROJECT feat ...

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