Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix
Dance Dance Revolution Disney's Rave for the North American PlayStation
The cover art for the North American PlayStation port of Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave, the original arcade version.
Developer(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, Konami of America & Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH
Publisher(s) KCET, KoA & KDE GmbH
Distributor(s) KCET, KoA & KDE GmbH
Designer(s) KCET, KoA & KDE GmbH
Series Dance Dance Revolution & Bemani
Engine Disney's Rave & Disney's Rave PlayStation
Platform(s) Arcade & Sony PlayStation
Release date(s) Arcade:
  • JP November 30, 2000


  • JP November 30, 2000

  • NA September 18, 2001

  • EU September 28, 2001

  • AU September 28, 2001
Genre(s) Music & Exercise
Mode(s) Single-player & Multiplayer
Rating(s) PlayStation:
Media/distribution CD-ROM
Cabinet Custom
Arcade system Bemani System 573 Digital
CPU R3000A 32 bit RISC processor
Sound PlayStation SPU
Display 29" CRT (Raster, 256x224 & 740x480)

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix, known as Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave in Japan and Dancing Stage Disney Mix in Europe, is a music video game based on Konami's popular Dance Dance Revolution series with animated Disney characters and electronic dance music remixes of past Disney songs. They also include a few non-Disney songs that were popular at the time of the game's release.



Gameplay is typical to other 4th Mix generation DDR games. The game also features Dance Magic mode, an item battle mode using a tug of war style lifebar, where combos increase a gauge which sends modifiers to the other player. The mode was not seen on any future DDR game until it was revived as Battle mode on SuperNOVA.

Console versions

Versions for the original PlayStation gaming system were released in North America, Japan and Europe. European and US versions had slightly different song lists than the Japanese version, and included an unlockable "Maniac" difficulty level that could be reached once "Basic" and "Trick" difficulties were completed for each song. A Game Boy version of the game was also released in Japan.

Arcade version

An arcade version, Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave (one of the few non-European releases using the Dancing Stage name, normally used for DDR games in Europe), was also released in Japan. It is considered one of the rarest arcade versions of DDR.


The game features the following 20 songs:

Artist Song Title
Club Disney Are You Ready Do The Bus Stop
Domino Chim Chim Cher-ee
The Alfee feat. Donald Duck D.D.D! - (Happy 65th Anniversary for Donald Duck)
Combined Fire
Tomosuke/U1-Asami IT'S A SMALL WORLD (Ducking Hardcore MIX)
Chubby Checker Let's Twist Again
Stone Bros. Let the beat hit em!
Domino Macho Duck
Domino Mickey Mouse March (Eurobeat Version)
Domino Mickey Mouse March (SUMMERTIME EXTENDED Version)
U1 Jewel Style Midnite Blaze
Club Disney (sampling the 1963 Johnny Cymbal song "Mr. Bass Man") Mr. Bassman
Niko Night Of Fire
Julie Frost Share My Love
Go Go Girls Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Domino Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah

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