Dance Dance Revolution (TV Video Games)

Dance Dance Revolution (TV Video Games)

Dance Dance Revolution Family Mat (ダンスダンスレボリューション ふぁみマット) was released by Konami in 2001 to the Japanese video game market. It was designed as a plug-n-play game unit, requiring no video game console. However, unlike later plug-n-play units, the DDR Family Mat also had an expandable music library that allowed users to play different songs on separately purchasable cartridges.

Dance Dance Revolution Family Mat
Developer Konami
Release Date
  • August 9, 2001
Genre Music
Mode Single Player
Platform TV Plug-n-Play

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