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Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix

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Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix
ダンスダンスレボリューション ウィズ マリオ
Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Uizu Mario
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Cover artwork of Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix
Developer(s): Konami
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo GameCube
Category: Dance
Players: 1-2
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Release dates
N. America: October 24, 2005
Japan: July 14, 2005
Europe: October 28, 2005
Australia: November 24, 2005
USK: 0
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Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix is a Super Mario-themed game in Konami's Dance Dance Revolution series. The game was released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2005, becoming the first game in the series to be released for Nintendo hardware outside of Japan.

Copies of the game were bundled with the Nintendo GameCube Action Pad, a dance pad that is required to play the game.


Get Down With Mario!

Shake it to over 25 dance-flavored songs, from remixes of classic Nintendo themes to familiar favorites. With five difficulty levels, dancers of all abilities can get into the groove! The path to Mario's dance party is simple: Left, Right, Up, Down, Right, Down...

Turn Mush Mode on to finally experience the thrill of stomping Goombas and other enemies firsthand–or foot!

Grab a friend and throw your own dance party! Whoever's got the best moves wins!

There's more to Mario Mix than just dancing! Unlock extra songs and minigames in Story Mode and play them over and over!


In the game's opening, Waluigi tries to steal the four Music Keys from Truffle Towers. However, he is only able to take one of them, as the other keys are scattered across the kingdom. Toad, having witnessed the events at the tower, heads to the house of Mario, who goes on a quest to retrieve the keys from across the world.


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Technical details

Technical details
Media: Nintendo GameCube Game Disc
Save data size: 2 blocks
Supported features: Progressive scan
Input / compatible controllers: Nintendo GameCube Controller, Nintendo GameCube Action Pad

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