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I remember Dance Dance Revolution being in nearly every arcade as I grew up. Usually either at the front to draw a crowd, back entrance to bring people inside, or in the dark corner because its too loud LOL.
DDR has had a classically perfect song selection that was able to be passed on between new DDR games.
I got pretty good at DDR but never perfected it. Couldn't cross over into doubles mode. I didn't like to use the backbar back then but in hindsight I could have gotten better had I used the bar.

I have noted that they all have either been replaced with other games dance games or other things.

https://youtu.be/T2e1tsnKkiI
(The video is mislabeled DDR. It is Pump It Up due to its signature middle button and signature diagonal arrows versus DDR's up, down, left, and right arrows.)
Most popularly it's Korean brother "Pump It Up" has taken over many arcades in my area. Song selection was great but limited. The difficulty of the "dancing" feels higher but it may be due to me having grown up on straight up down left right buttons my whole childhood. Never got as good at this game as I did with DDR but I had a great run with it.

https://youtu.be/VDNlW-11LN0
I am actually super interested in some games that have never made it near me such as "Dance Rush Stardom"
It looks fun and kind of simple. I can kind of shuffle but I think this game would encourage me to go through a new faze of dancing.

So the point of this thread is a general discussion of dance arcade games.
Do you prefer the newer generations of dance games?
Memories of going to the arcade, standing in line, putting your quarter on the screen to claim your next turn?
Has anyone here ever entered some kind of dance arcade game tournament!?
ETC!
Lets dance away people!
https://youtu.be/jD7q-_nJNPQ
I remember Dance Dance Revolution being in nearly every arcade as I grew up. Usually either at the front to draw a crowd, back entrance to bring people inside, or in the dark corner because its too loud LOL.
DDR has had a classically perfect song selection that was able to be passed on between new DDR games.
I got pretty good at DDR but never perfected it. Couldn't cross over into doubles mode. I didn't like to use the backbar back then but in hindsight I could have gotten better had I used the bar.

I have noted that they all have either been replaced with other games dance games or other things.

https://youtu.be/T2e1tsnKkiI
(The video is mislabeled DDR. It is Pump It Up due to its signature middle button and signature diagonal arrows versus DDR's up, down, left, and right arrows.)
Most popularly it's Korean brother "Pump It Up" has taken over many arcades in my area. Song selection was great but limited. The difficulty of the "dancing" feels higher but it may be due to me having grown up on straight up down left right buttons my whole childhood. Never got as good at this game as I did with DDR but I had a great run with it.

https://youtu.be/VDNlW-11LN0
I am actually super interested in some games that have never made it near me such as "Dance Rush Stardom"
It looks fun and kind of simple. I can kind of shuffle but I think this game would encourage me to go through a new faze of dancing.

So the point of this thread is a general discussion of dance arcade games.
Do you prefer the newer generations of dance games?
Memories of going to the arcade, standing in line, putting your quarter on the screen to claim your next turn?
Has anyone here ever entered some kind of dance arcade game tournament!?
ETC!
Lets dance away people!
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A DDR type arcade game is in use at a local arcade, though it's not called Dance Dance Revolution. It's Step Maniax
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