Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
December 25, 2002
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By reaching an ENJOY LEVEL of 120 in Dance Dance Revolution X2, a new Challenge Chart is unlocked for the Dance Dance Revolution Extreme Song "bag". While it appears identical to the Expert Chart, every triplet (12th, 24th, 48th note) step is rounded to the nearest 64th note, making it harder to time. This references how, in its debut game of Extreme, triplet notes were improperly quantized due to hardware limitations, further exacerbated by "bag"'s BPM of only 65. The Expert Chart's timing was previously corrected in Dance Dance Revolution X.
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Video of bag's Expert Chart (corrected):

Video of bag's Challenge Chart (contains quantization errors):

Comparison of the two charts:
Due to Memory Limitations on the arcade version, the sound quality had to be reduced 112 kbps. The quality of the background videos had to be reduced for the same reason.
This game was originally intended to be the last of the DDR franchise. The song "MAX. (period)" reflects this, as the video is a tribute to the first boss song "Paranoia", and the final lyrics are 'Thank you for playing.'

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