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Pop'n Stage
ポップンステージ
Poppun Suteeji
Pop'n Stage logo
Description
ThemeDance
HardwareArcade
Date Release1999
Number of Original Songs24
Number of CS SongsNone
Total Number of Songs26
Director(s)KENZIIIIIN
Staff魚座のかおりん・シニア, SECRET-S, 獅子座のわっく (Sound Designers), Piu:KOHA, しろ (Character/CG Designers), シマQ (Product Designer), スペース☆ムトゥー, Kaoru, tobe (Mechanical engineers), shimada (Hardware Engineer), Takahashi (Industrial Design)
Programmer(s)YUJI FUKUCHI, 以上、すいかが食べたい MTSU でした (Software Programmers)
Pop'n Stage (ポップンステージ Poppun Suteeji?) is a Japanese music/rhythm video game, developed by Konami and Bemani. It is likely a Pop'n Music spin-off, developed in 1999, with an unknown date. Possibly, the title was altered as "Pop'n Stage ex", that includes two extra songs, several Pop'n Music 3 songs, and more difficulties.

Gameplay

Pop'n Stage shares a development between Bemani's most popular rhythm game, DanceDanceRevolution, and South Korea's popular dancing game, Pump It Up. Unlike the original Pop'n Music series, Pop'n Stage includes ten "switches" (four diagonals and a center on each side, just like Pump It Up's panel placement). This only supports one player at a time; six-switch and ten-switch modes are available (corresponding to Pump It Up's half double and full double; in other words, 6-switch mode doesn't use the four outer corners).

Modes

  • Normal Mode (ノーマルモード?)
  • Another Mode (アナザーモード?)
  • Course

Mode Characters

Music List

Genre Song Artist Character
Original
Euro Dance
ユーロダンス
"Yuuro Dansu"
3 EURO DANCE Super Wink "fut" Ryo Arshe Dia & INUCHIYO
Scat
スキャット
"Sukatto"
8 SCAT Q-Mex INUCHIYO
New-Commer
ニューカマー
"Nyuu-Kamaa"

(un-Balance)

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佐藤千晶 Kate & INUCHIYO
Super Euro
スーパーユーロ
"Suupaa Yuuro"
4 SUPER EURO Lala Moore INUCHIYO
Powerfolk
パワーフォーク
"Pawaafooku"
3 POWERFOLK 新堂敦士 Ash & INUCHIYO
Punk
パンク
"Panku"
3 PUNK Little Bitch.K2 Donna & INUCHIYO
Stage 1
Tropical
トロピカル
"Toropikaru"
8 TROPICAL Sana meets Togo PAPA TROPPiE
80's Pop
80's ポップ
"80's Poppu"
16 80's POP (CS) 1000 RIVER featuring Masato Ishida DICK
Girly
ガーリー
"Gaarii"
2 GIRLY SAORI Margaret
J-Tekno
J-テクノ
"J-Tekuno"
2 J-TEKNO act-deft SHOLLKEE
J-Dance
J-ダンス
"J-Dansu"
6 J-dance Ma-You JUDY
Samba
サンバ
"Sanba"
5 SAMBA Marilia&Kaorin NAWOMI
Folky
フォーキー
"Fookii"
6 FOLKY 馬場一嘉 SHOLLKEE
Stage 2
Funk
ファンク
"Fanku"
6 FUNK Benji milly
Spy
スパイ
"Supai"
1 SPY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACKS Secret D
Cool Dance
クール ダンス
"Kuuru Dansu"

(full moon)

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Naomi "fut" Ryo Asakawa Judy
Kung-Fu
カンフー
"Kanfuu"
7 KUNG-FU Re Mongkoh DRAGON
Masara
マサラ
"Masara"
2 MASARA TABAN KING KARLI
Girls Pop
ガールズポップ
"Gaarusu Poppu"
6 GIRLS POP Three Berry Icecream YURI*chan
Stage 3
House
ハウス
"Hausu"
8 HOUSE Julliane&Edison Mimi & Nyami
Spanish
スパニッシュ
"Supanisshu"
6 SPANISH TRAVIESO ROMA
Musical
ミュージカル
"Myuujikaru"
5 MUSICAL ナヤ~ン & his orchestra HOTARU
Ska Core
スカコア
"Suka Koa"
6 SKA CORE CATAPILA FAT BOY
Anime Heroine
アニメヒロイン
"Anime Heroin"
5 ANIME HEROINE a.s.a. SPACE@MACO
Jodler
ヨーデル
"Yooderu"
5 JODLER DJ SIMON CLARA
Special Stage
Reggae
レゲエ
"Regee"
8 REGGAE jammaster' 73 THE★MOCKEY
Heavy Metal
ヘヴィメタ
"Hebii Metaru"
2 HEAVY METAL AD/DA BOMBER

Trivia

  • This is the first Pop'n Music game that is released in arcade, but was not released in console.
  • Pop'n Stage is the first to be defuncted.

Gallery

Promo

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References

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