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Throughout the Dance Dance Revolution series the game has been decorated with a digital counterpart that dances with the player during the game. "Dancing Characters" have not been in every single DDR game and the cast has been added to and taken from. Below is a list of all the official Dancing Characters that have appeared in the DDR series.

Regular dancers

Afro
Introduced in the Japanese Dance Dance Revolution.

Lady
Introduced in the Japanese Dance Dance Revolution.

Konsento
Introduced in the Japanese Dance Dance Revolution.

Kero-Zukin
Introduced in the Japanese Dance Dance Revolution.

Side:A
Introduced in Japanese home version of Dance Dance Revolution.

Side:B
Introduced in Japanese home version of Dance Dance Revolution.

Konsento:02
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix.

Boldo
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Tracy
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Rage
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Emi
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Konsento:03
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Devil-Zukin
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Astro
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Charmy
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix.

Johnny
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Jenny
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Robo2000
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Maid-Zukin
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Konsento:03/2
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Izam
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Ni-Na
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Akira
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Yuni
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix.

Janet
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Robo2001
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Princess-Zukin
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Spike
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Maho
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Baby-Lon
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Alice
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Naoki
Introduced in the home version of Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

N.M.R.
Introduced in the home version of Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

U1-Asami
Introduced in the home version of Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

2MB
Introduced in the home version of Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix.

Train
First seen in DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix, officially introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection.

Bus
First seen in DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix, officially introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection.

Blues
Introduced in the North American home version of Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

Rhythm
Introduced in the North American home version of Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

Robo-Zukin
Introduced in Dancing Stage SuperNova.

Gus
Introduced in Dancing Stage SuperNova.

Ruby
Introduced in Dancing Stage SuperNova.

Julio
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2.

Consent Be-fU
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2.

Rena
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Domi
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

U.G.
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Root
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Chordia
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Harmony
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Gaku
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Danca
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Miley / Hannah
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Lilly
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Troy
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Gabriella
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Izzy
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Kim
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Eddie
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Cory
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Aqua
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Chanel
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Dorinda
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Cody
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Zack
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Maddie
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Disney Channel Edition.

Backup dancers

Pia
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Forte
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Gliss
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Sharp
Introduced in Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party.

Unnamed dancers

  • DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix, During the song Look to the Sky the Dancing Character Alice is seen on stage with two other women. These women are about Alice's age and height and are never called out by name despite several cameo appearances in the series from then on.

Other unnamed characters

In addition to dancers, the Dance Dance Revolution series has featured a number of characters visually that are unique to the game but remain largely unknown.

  • Dance Dance Revolution Extreme, On the difficulty cards there are several characters posing as a visual indicator of the difficulty level they represent. Beginners Mode has three people in blue jumpsuits stretching as if before exercise. Light Mode features a man and a woman sitting next to each other in yellow jumpsuits. Standard Mode features two girls in red jumpsuits flexing. Heavy Mode shows a single man in a green jumpsuit doing the splits in mid-air. Nonstop Mode has four guys in yellow jumpsuits Disco dancing. And Challenging Mode shows a man with a rainbow colored afro in a dark blue jumpsuit standing at the edge of a cliff holding a club. This particular character remains unnamed despite having visual similarities to Boldo.
  • Dance Dance Revolution Extreme, In the song Graduation ~それぞれの明日~ the Dancing Character Emi is seen in a photograph with two other girls. The song is a tribute to another Konami series, Tokimeki Memorial. The two girls, and Emi, play a role in some versions of the game, however the two girls are not expressly named through DDR.

See also

References

External links

Dance Dance Revolution
Main arcade series
Dance Dance Revolution Solo
Japan & Asia
North America
Europe & Oceania
Other games
Lists
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