One of the Dancing Stage series of games (the European version of Dance Dance Revolution). Part of the family-oriented Bemani series. Features 51 songs.
The popular dancing competition makes its return to the Nintendo Wii.
Ace Attorney meets action and rhythm games with a plot resembling Battle Royale in this "high speed detective action game" from Spike for the PSP.
Dave Matthews Band Revenge is a game in the Tap Tap Revenge franchise featuring Dave Matthews Band songs.
The seventh installment of the main Dance Dance Revolution series.
Grab the mic and prove you got swagger in this hip-hop-focused music game from 4mm Games and Terminal Reality.
Def Jam: Icon is a fighting game that has rappers in place of the standard fighting game fare.
A self-described 'breakbeat action game' Demons' Score is a fantasy-themed music/rhythm game where players tap in time with the music to overcome magical enemies and bosses.
Denki Groove produced this music-themed minigame collection.
An RPG and rhythm game based on the popular Detroit Metal City gag manga/anime series.
Disney Sing It is a new video-based karaoke game featuring the hottest new Disney talents.
Karaoke game featuring the songs and videos from most popular Disney films.
The fourth game in the Disney Sing It! video game series. Much like its predecessors, the game is like every other singing game you've played, but with a Disney twist.
The third Disney Sing It game.
Disney's Stitch Jam
FreeStyleGames' DJ Hero uses a turntable controller to bring Guitar Hero-like gameplay to more genres and styles of music.
DJ Hero 2 adds freestyle scratching and crossfading, as well as scored vocal gameplay to the mix in this DJ-ing rhythm game.
DJ Hero 3D was the third title in the DJ Hero franchise and would have been the first DJ Hero title on the 3DS.
Rhythm game for the Nintendo DS by Gamelife in which the player plays the role of a rookie DJ who intends to become the best around.
DJ MAX Fever is a PSP rhythm game from Korean developer Pentavision. It is a compilation of DJ MAX Portable 1 and 2 and is an exclusive North American release.
Originally a PC game, DJ MAX Portable is a music/rhythm game similar to the Beatmania franchise featuring a wide variety of game modes and an impressive selection of original songs.
DJ MAX Portable Black Square is the 4th iteration of the popular PSP rhythm game series and is the "hardcore" release of Pentavision's 2008 METRO Project.
DJ MAX Portable Clazziquai Edition is a new entry in the Portable franchise, aiming more towards casual players and featuring music from the popular Korean electro/pop band.
DJ MAX Portable 2 is a sequel to the popular and heavily imported 2006 Korean PSP music/rhythm game, DJ MAX Portable. It features new modes, new songs and changes to its addictive gameplay.
DJ MAX Portable 3 is the long-awaited continuation of the heavily imported Korean PSP rhythm game series.
DJ MAX Portable Hot Tunes is a Japan-only compilation entry of the DJ MAX series.
DJ Max Ray is the iOS edition of Pentavision's popular rhythm game series.
Pentavision's first arcade music game features Ouendan-style gameplay using a touchscreen HDTV. It was first released in South Korea in 2008, followed by a worldwide release the following year.
Hold your breath for a new challenge in this sequel to Pentavision's hit touch screen rhythm arcade game.
The 3rd installment of the DJ MAX arcade game series.
Pentavision's PlayStation Vita iteration of its touchscreen rhythm arcade game, DJ Max Technika.
The newest PC release of the DJ rhythm action game from Pentavision, DJ MAX Trilogy contains songs from the first three titles in the series, adding additional songs, content and functionality to create the largest PC iteration of the game to date.
DJ Mix Tour
coming later this year for the Nintendo DS.
The first title in Pentavision Entertainment's iconic DJMAX franchise. It was an MMO rhythm game that operated in Japan, Korea, and Malaysia from 2004 through 2006.
Dokee and the musical rain is an XNA community game available over Xbox Live Marketplace. It is a 3D platform game.
Play the bongos with Donkey Kong in this first installment of Donkey Konga for the GameCube.
Donkey Konga 3: Tabe-houdai! Haru Mogitate 50 Kyoku is the Japanese only third entry in the Donkey Konga franchise.
A music simulator for the Famicom Disk System, created by Konami. It was sold with a keyboard controller the player could use to make musical compositions.
Dragon Ball Rhythm/Fighting game for mobile devices.
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