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Dance Dance Revolution is one of the first U.S. releases in the developing genre of dancing simulations. Gameplay follows the basic design common to most music and rhythm games (also known as "Bemani" games), as onscreen cues direct the player to hit different buttons in time with the music. While it can be played with a regular PlayStation controller, the game also supports a special "dancing pad" that allows players to move their feet to the beat instead of just pressing buttons.
A selection of nearly 30 songs from the various Japanese releases of the Dance Dance Revolution series is featured in the U.S. version:
20, November, N.M.R. feat. DJ Nagureo Afronova, Re-Venge AM-3P, KTZ Boom Boom Dollar, King Kong & D. Jungle Girls Brilliant 2u (Orchestra-Groove), Naoki Brilliant 2u, Naoki Drop The Bomb, Scotty D. Dub I Dub, Me & My Dynamite Rave, Naoki El Ritmo Tropical, Dixies Gang Get Up'N Move, S&K Have You Never Been Mellow, The Olivia Project I Believe In Miracles, Hi-Rise If You Were Here, Jennifer Keep On Movin', N.M.R. La Senorita, Captain T Let Them Move, N.M.R. Make It Better, Mitsu-O! My Fire, X-Treme Paranoia (Dirty Mix), 190 Paranoia (KCET Clean Mix), 2MB Paranoia, 180 Put Your Faith In Me (Jazzy Groove), UZI-LAY Put Your Faith In Me, UZI-LAY Smoke, Mr. Ed Jumps The Gun SP-Trip Machine (Jungle Mix), De-Sire Trip Machine, De-Sire ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide