Hey, remember that hit rhythm game Dance Dance Revolution? It was a major breakthrough and a pioneer of rhythm games back in the glory days of the arcade. Developed and published by Konami, Dance Dance Revolution reigned as the number one arcade game from 1998 to 2003. Konami still releases DDR every year after that, but nothing beats the originals from its 6 years of peak. The latest DDR was released in 2019 titled Dance Dance Revolution A20 which you can only find in Japanese arcades.
But, what if you do not have the means to play the game in the arcade shop or even on the PS4? Well, guess what? Konami now lets you play DDR on the PC – specifically Dance Dance Revolution V. You can play the game via browser, using the arrow keys or a controller. If you happen to have a dance pad that you can connect to your PC, then why not?
How to Play Dance Dance Revolution V on PC
In order to play the game, you will need to register with a Konami ID through their official website. The pages are in full Japanese texts so you might need to use a translator tool for that. Once you registered, you can now play the game with its demo of 15 songs on your browser. The game works on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.
V is Not 5
People may mistake DDRV as DDR5 (which the latter was released years ago). The V is a literal letter; not implying as a Roman numeral. Also, DDRV is the latest from the long-running rhythm game. Konami has not released a statement on when the newest game in the arcade will arrive.
Other Games like DDR
Currently, the Rhythm genre includes a plethora of highly obscure musical games – mostly J-Pop, K-Pop and C-Pop. Games such as OSU!, Muse Dash and Beat Saber are among the crowd favorites.
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