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beatmania IIDX 2nd style

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Title Screen

beatmania IIDX 2nd style

Also known as: beatstage II 2nd style (KR)
Developer: Konami GMD
Publisher: Konami
Platform: Arcade (Konami Bemani Twinkle System)
Released in JP: September 30, 1999
Released in KR: December 1999

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The sequel to beatmania IIDX substream, which introduced mainstay features such as Hi-Speed and the vertical song selection interface.

It was also the last IIDX release to be connectable with Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix's Club Versions.

Unused Graphic

Found amidst file SEL16.MGP is a placeholder song title graphic, reading "Ishikawa HOUSE". It refers to Takayuki Ishikawa, who composed several tracks for this game.


(Source: tikal.)

Build Date

The game's build date can be found in the title of the game's program ISO:


Regional Differences

beatmania IIDX 2nd style was released in Korea under the title of beatstage II 2nd style, not only sporting differences in the hardware but also in the cabinet, which had much less specifications compared to the Japanese one. In fact, the cabinets exported to Korea were of a cancelled "regular" version of beatmania IIDX, known as beatmania II.

Title Screen

  • The game's tagline, displayed above the title graphic, now resembles the one of beatmania II: "The next generation beatstage standard version".


  • The song dong-tepo no.1 was renamed to rocket factory. Curiously, the song's overlays were left unchanged.
  • The licensed songs been so long, Chotto kiitena (ZANSHIN-NA MIX), Mirrorball Satellite 2012, morning prayer, Shake, and The Rhyme Brokers, along with the Konami originals NaHaNaHa vs.Gattchoon Battle, Panorama and Second Style (Hip Hop Paradise), are absent.
  • Odoru! Fukujinzuke (CALCUTTA)'s title was simplified to just CALCUTTA.