Dancing Karaoke DKara

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Dancing Karaoke DKara
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Dance Dance Revolution
Music, Exergaming
CD-ROM
Dance Pad, Keyboard, Microphone
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
January 162001
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Released on January 16, 2001, Dancing Karaoke DKara combined the gameplay of Dance Dance Revolution with Karaoke-style singing. Konami had previously released two titles with similar gameplay in the past as very rare arcade machines.[1] The song selection was primarily download driven and features a unique set of music that has not been repeated in any other DDR game. The downloadable songs were sold for ¥150 a song[2] and released in packs of varying size a week or so apart from each other. As of August 9, 2001 the total number of songs available for DKara including the original game and downloadable content was 80, however an undetermined number of songs have been released since then.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. BEMANI KARAOKE HARDWARE. Retrieved on December 2007
  2. Dancing Karaoke DKara general information (Japanese). Retrieved on December 2007