DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution

DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution is the fifth home version of Dance Dance Revolution to be released in the United States. It was released by Konami on September 23, 2003, for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console. DDRMAX2 contains a total of 69 songs, 28 of which are hidden and unlockable.

The interface used is a recoloring and smoothing of the song wheel interface first introduced in the US in DDRMAX. The names of the difficulty modes are "Beginner," "Light," "Standard," and "Heavy," just as they were in DDRMAX.

The game received mostly favorable reviews from critics, and is one of the only three games in the Dance Dance Revolution series to have sold over a million copies, and is the first game in the series to have sold over a million copies in the US.

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