Dance Dance Revolution X, commonly abbreviated to DDR X, is an arcade and video game by Konami. The arcade version was launched in July 2008, while the PlayStation 2 version was released on September 16, 2008 in USA and January 29, 2009 in Japan.
Although created for the 10th anniversary of Dance Dance Revolution, Konami failed to deliver quality pads in North America. This is because its regional distributor Betson and the manufacturer Raw Thrills built poor quality pads for this market, to the point that several affordable home pads perform better quality. Cineplex is inconsistent as far as pad maintenance goes: CrossIron Mills is well taken care of, but Scotiabank Theatre Toronto is neglected. Other arcades, such as E-Spot’s Richmond location in Greater Vancouver, combine the new game with better quality legacy hardware.
Dance Dance Revolution X2 is the only sequel released in North America. Only one location is known to exist in Canada. The pads in North America are of slightly better quality compared to DDR X, but still require more routine maintenance compared to pre-X pads.
Dance Dance Revolution X3 was only released in Japan. Only one location, consisting of a Japanese upgrade kit in a pre-X machine, is known to exist in Canada.
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