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Post #1 · Posted at 2023-04-14 11:27:52pm 10.8 months ago

Offline step-t5uru9i
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I might not understand why, but I don't see the full songlist for these specific releases. The reason I asked was, well, I'm trying to stick to Japanese DDR releases as much as possible. Even though I'm an actual American who was born and raised there, I sometimes find the American console releases a lil off for not being very close to the mainline releases in Japan.

From what I know of, DDR FESTIVAL is the closest to CS EXTREME NA, and STR!KE is the closest to EXTREME 2, which from what I know of, is a follow-up to CS EXTREME NA.

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Post #2 · Posted at 2023-04-14 11:31:16pm 10.8 months ago

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If you mean you're just trying to view a list of what songs are in the game, then here:

https://remywiki.com/CS_DDR_FESTIVAL

https://remywiki.com/CS_DDR_STRIKE

Post #3 · Posted at 2023-04-14 11:32:52pm 10.8 months ago

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Well, I do know that the songlists are on RemyWiki, but... the big question is...

Do I retrieve them by downloading the songs from their specified songpacks? That was what I initially came up with.
Or, do I download the whole songpacks for CS EXTREME NA, Ultramix, EXTREME2, and Ultramix 2?

Post #4 · Posted at 2023-04-15 12:13:44am 10.8 months ago

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Oh. Then the latter. You'd have to download packs for Extreme, Festival, Extreme 2, Strike and Ultramix 1 and 2 since each category only contains the songs new to that specific mix. Of course, this means some songs will appear twice because some Ultramix songs were given new charts when brought over the the PS2 games.

Post #5 · Posted at 2023-04-15 01:46:15am 10.8 months ago

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Quote: Burtzman
Oh. Then the latter. You'd have to download packs for Extreme, Festival, Extreme 2, Strike and Ultramix 1 and 2 since each category only contains the songs new to that specific mix. Of course, this means some songs will appear twice because some Ultramix songs were given new charts when brought over the the PS2 games.

Okay, thanks for telling me. I have a songpack of the arcade version of EXTREME, but I'd gladly download the other songpacks.

Post #6 · Posted at 2023-04-15 02:23:34am 10.8 months ago

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If you’re looking for them in the arcade drop down menu of the simfiles section, they never had arcade releases. You want to go to the PS2 section for their unique songs. Some are also from Xbox games as mentioned. A lot are also in the SuperNOVA arcade category as that’s where the arcade debut of those games was and it’s how they’re sorted in arcade DDR.
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