Konami's DanceDanceRevolution S [App Store] has finally arrived in the U.S. App Store. Konami the Lite version back in January but the Paid version had been nowhere to be found.

The worldwide sensation that started the dance game craze – hits the iPhone/iPod touch!

Hear the rhythm and tap your touch screen on stage! The controls are simple – the challenge is rocking to the beat with the upcoming arrows coming from the bottom of the screen!

The game offers a remarkably authentic DDR experience and fans of the original will likely be pleased. The full version of the game is said to have 25 total songs which have been fully listed in the forum post. The default unlocked songs are listed here:

  • AFTER THE GAME OF LOVE 1/2/6/8 - 105bpm
  • Beautiful Inside (Cube::Hard Mix) 2/4/7/9 - 110bpm
  • Brilliant 2U 3/6/6/10 - 150bpm
  • escape 3/5/7/11 - 140bpm
  • A Geisha's Dream (Ruffage Remix) 3/6/9/10 - 140bpm
  • HANA RANMAN -Flowers- 3/5/7/11 - 160bpm
  • INTO YOUR HEART (Ruffage Remix) 2/4/8/11 - 135bpm
  • Mess With My Emotions 3/5/6/11 - 130bpm
  • SABER WING 4/8/10/13 - 74-222bpm
  • TRUE LOVE 4/4/8/10 - 188bpm

This gameplay video is from the Lite version which remains available in the App Store:

App Store Link: DanceDanceRevolution S Lite, Free, DanceDanceRevolution S, $6.99

  • cazure

    I. Want.

    Seven bucks is a bit steep, so I'll wait for now, but...seriously. The lite version played so well, and now...ugh. I am going to exercise self-control. Yes, yes.

  • cazure

    I. Want.

    Seven bucks is a bit steep, so I'll wait for now, but...seriously. The lite version played so well, and now...ugh. I am going to exercise self-control. Yes, yes.

  • Mokoto

    Same tacky songs as the original. Awesome!

  • Mokoto

    Same tacky songs as the original. Awesome!

  • http://www.fftrealm.com Noah

    Yeah, but have the framerate issues been fixed? Most people couldn't complete the Trial version on Hard due to the graphics not being synced up properly w/ the music.

  • http://www.fftrealm.com Noah

    Yeah, but have the framerate issues been fixed? Most people couldn't complete the Trial version on Hard due to the graphics not being synced up properly w/ the music.

  • Chad

    Are the framerate issues ever gone in any rhythm game on the iphone? That's why I don't take any of them seriously. If they ever lag, there goes a perfect combo.

  • Chad

    Are the framerate issues ever gone in any rhythm game on the iphone? That's why I don't take any of them seriously. If they ever lag, there goes a perfect combo.

  • AntAstrophY

    argh when are they planning to push this into the aus store im sick of waiting!
    >.<

  • AntAstrophY

    argh when are they planning to push this into the aus store im sick of waiting!
    >.<

  • Wulfsige

    Tap Tap 2 just came out right before this for completely free. Really bad timing on this thing, especially since Tap Tap 2 has 150 songs plus free downloads weekly.

    I think they need to add more songs or lower the price because I just don't see myself getting this now.

  • Wulfsige

    Tap Tap 2 just came out right before this for completely free. Really bad timing on this thing, especially since Tap Tap 2 has 150 songs plus free downloads weekly.

    I think they need to add more songs or lower the price because I just don't see myself getting this now.

  • Orion3G

    Please... Tap Tap 2 is horrid. All the tap tap games are. The timing is plagued by lag issues througout, even after a restart. Dance Dance Lite was so amazing because it had NO LAG. It was polished, which is something I'd expect from a large corporation developer (which sadly, we haven't been seeing with companies like Bandai Namco).

    So yes, it's completely worth it. Tap Tap is the poor man's music game. It's free, but it will be deleted almost instantly, no matter how good the songs are, but cause the lag is unforgiveable.

  • Orion3G

    Please... Tap Tap 2 is horrid. All the tap tap games are. The timing is plagued by lag issues througout, even after a restart. Dance Dance Lite was so amazing because it had NO LAG. It was polished, which is something I'd expect from a large corporation developer (which sadly, we haven't been seeing with companies like Bandai Namco).

    So yes, it's completely worth it. Tap Tap is the poor man's music game. It's free, but it will be deleted almost instantly, no matter how good the songs are, but cause the lag is unforgiveable.

  • Jeff

    well imo ddr requires more 'work' with your fingers than tap tap or other GH/amplitude style rhythm games. This looks promising though.

  • Jeff

    well imo ddr requires more 'work' with your fingers than tap tap or other GH/amplitude style rhythm games. This looks promising though.

  • Owl

    Orion3G, I agree. I dislike TTR2, when there's a hold, it's hard to tell when the hold is still there or not, which makes things really annoying. This morning, the second this was out I bought DDR, completely confident that it would be great. And I wasn't disappointed, even though there aren't as many songs as TTR2, you don't have to spend half an hour downloading a song from TTR2 so you can actually play it. DDR seems to have the right amount of flashing and such, TTR2 seems to have overdone it to the point where it's difficult to play.

  • Owl

    Orion3G, I agree. I dislike TTR2, when there's a hold, it's hard to tell when the hold is still there or not, which makes things really annoying. This morning, the second this was out I bought DDR, completely confident that it would be great. And I wasn't disappointed, even though there aren't as many songs as TTR2, you don't have to spend half an hour downloading a song from TTR2 so you can actually play it. DDR seems to have the right amount of flashing and such, TTR2 seems to have overdone it to the point where it's difficult to play.

  • http://cybersurge.org Michael

    I've tried a lot of the rhythm based games in the App Store (Guitar Rock Tour, Tap Tap Revenge, etc.) and this looks like another good addition to the bunch but I'm wondering how long it will take before people get bored of these types of games.

  • http://cybersurge.org Michael

    I've tried a lot of the rhythm based games in the App Store (Guitar Rock Tour, Tap Tap Revenge, etc.) and this looks like another good addition to the bunch but I'm wondering how long it will take before people get bored of these types of games.

  • Mike

    I'm a DDR fan. Buying now!

  • Mike

    I'm a DDR fan. Buying now!

  • trad

    support@konami.de (Konami Europe)

    Send requests to release DDR in Europe & AUS App Store.

  • trad

    support@konami.de (Konami Europe)

    Send requests to release DDR in Europe & AUS App Store.

  • AA

    trad-I sent a email to that address and received this reply:
    "
    Thank you for your e-mail.
    In case you are writing us from outside of Germany, please notice that we currently only provide Email support for Germany.

    We do apologise for the inconvenience.

    Best Regards,
    Your Konami Support Team"

  • AA

    trad-I sent a email to that address and received this reply:
    "
    Thank you for your e-mail.
    In case you are writing us from outside of Germany, please notice that we currently only provide Email support for Germany.

    We do apologise for the inconvenience.

    Best Regards,
    Your Konami Support Team"