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Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius is the 17th installment in Konami's Beatmania IIDX series of music video games. The main motif of Sirius's UI will be astronomy, as the game is named after Sirius, known to be the brightest star in the night sky. Public location tests began on May 27, 2009, and the game itself was released on October 21, 2009.
The existence of a 17th version in the beatmania IIDX series was confirmed by Konami on May 25, 2009, alongside the announcement of the first public location tests at the Cat's Eye arcade in Japan, which had already been promoting the location tests set to begin on the 27th of May for several days before the official announcement.
The location tests revealed new features contained in the game, such as "charge notes", and contained a sampling of songs slated to be included on the final release. Additional tests were held in late June to early July in Nagoya and at an arcade at the Norbesa in Sapporo.
Sirius adds two additional note types to the game, "charge notes", or Hold-me Notes which must be held for their duration, and the "back spin scratch", a type of scratching which must be spun on one direction continuously and spun again to the opposite side at the end of the note. Selected songs contained these features on the location test build.
A new "party mode" consists of a story mode where players earn "fans" based on their performances.
Another new mode, "League Mode" is a course whereas each song is selected based on the grade that they choosed. From D grade to S grade. Songs chosed and the score that earns will convert to League points in the end. The selected songs number is ranged from 4 to 12. Score from this mode is also available to upgrade their own standards. .
|E-Dance Pop||"beatchic☆仮面～好き、でいさせて～"||上野圭市 (transforming into Masao♥Lovely) feat.星野奏子|
|Electro Pop||"being torn the sky"||猫叉Master+ feat. JUNE|
|Happy Hardcore||"bloomin' feeling"||Ryu☆|
|Latin House||"Brazilian Fire"||Ben Franklin|
|Trip-Pop||"Chocolate Dancing"||Yoche feat.Mayu|
|Electro||"Do Back Burn"||PRASTIK DANCEFLOOR|
|UK Hardcore||"DESIRE"||M-Project fw. GUHROOVY|
|White Sequence||"DROP"||dj TAKA feat. Kanako Hoshino|
|Trance Core||"Elisha"||DJ YOSHITAKA|
|Cyberpunk||"Empire State Glory"||Dirty Androids|
|Tech Dance||"Hydrogen Blueback"||MAD CHILD|
|Eurobeat||"Keep it -秋葉工房Mix-"||DJ Command feat.NAGISA|
|Electro||"Last Burning"||Dirty Androids|
|Bubblegum Dance||"Light Shine"||Ryu☆|
|Serious Step||"London Affairs Beckoned With Money Loved By Yellow Papers."||Paddington Private Detective|
|Buchiage Trance||"MIRACLE MEETS"||Lucky Vacuum|
|Electro Pop||"MIRU key way"||Jacca PoP||License Song|
|Only One Idol Song||"NEW SENSATION -もう、あなたしか見えない-"||SUPER HEROINE 彩香 -AYAKA-|
|Techno Pop||"NoN-Fiction Story!"||Creative Life|
|Techno/Dance||"One of A Kind"||Crystal Begley|
|Psy Trance (Morning)||"Programmed Sun"||kors k|
|Astral Choir||"Raison d'être～交差する宿命～" (Raison d'être -Intersection of Fates-)||Zektbach|
|Tech-Breakbeats||"Red, by Full Metal Jacket"||DJ Mass MAD Izm*|
|Actress||"Roots of my way!"||ナイア (Voiced by Masumi Asano)|
|Only One Ballad||"She is my wife"||SUPER STAR 満-MITSURU-|
|Emo||"Sorrows"||Asako Yoshihiro||from Pop'n Music 16: Party|
|Drum'N'Metal||"Sunrise"||good-cool ft. KOЯO|
|Club 80's||"To the Future"||seiya-murai|
|Electro||"with me..."||Sōta Fujimori feat. Kemy|
|Insanio||"かずあそび" (Kazuasobi)||CULTVOICE by S.S.D.PRODUCTS|
|Distorted New Age||"バビロニア" (Babylonia)||劇団レコード|
|モッシュ (Moshing)||"フェティッシュペイパー ～脇の汗回転ガール～ (Fetish Paper)||ガキ大将ティーム|
|Star Pop||"未来のプリズム" (Mirai No Prism / Prism of Future)||星野奏子|
|Pops||"たからもの" (Takaramono)||セリカ&エリカ (Voiced by Mai Nakahara & Rina Satō)||Party Mode Secret Song|
|Electric Fusion||"Session 1 -Genesis-"||PRASTIK DANCEFLOOR||Extra Stage|
|Industrial||"Bad Maniacs"||kors k as teranoid||One More Extra Stage|
The "Parallel Rotation" is an extra stage system contained within Sirius, containing various tiers based on previous releases of the Beatmania IIDX franchise, each containing various remixes of songs from their respective and songs previously exclusive to their respective home version.
|Hardcore||"eRAseRmOToRpHAntOM"||L.E.D.-G VS GUHROOVY||P.R. RED|
|Psychedelic Trance||"spiral galaxy -L.E.D. STYLE SPREADING PARTICLE BEAM MIX-"||Remixed by L.E.D.||P.R. RED|
|World/Electronica||"水上の提督 (Short mix from "幻想水滸伝V")"||猫叉Master||P.R. RED|
|Valse||"ワルツ第17番 ト短調"大犬のワルツ" (Waltz No. 17 in G minor, "Valse du Grande Chien")||virkato||P.R. RED Extra|
|Drum & Bass||"DAWN -THE NEXT ENDEAVOUR-"||L.E.D. fw.堀澤麻衣子||P.R. Happy Sky|
|Trance||"SPARK ! -essential RMX-"||Remixed by dj TAKA VS PINK PONG||P.R. Happy Sky|
|World/Electronica||"サヨナラ・ヘヴン" (Sayonara Heaven)||猫叉Master||P.R. Happy Sky|
|Hardcore||"EXUSIA"||L.E.D.-G||P.R. Happy Sky Extra|
|Sublime Techno||"CaptivAte ～裁き～(SUBLIME TECHNO MIX)"||Remixed by DJ YOSHITAKA||P.R. DistorteD|
|Trance||"quell ～the seventh slave～"||dj TAKA Vs. DJ YOSHITAKA||P.R. DistorteD|
|Hardstyle||"SOLID STATE SQUAD"||kors k Vs. L.E.D.||P.R. DistorteD|
|Experimental Music||"G59"||怒れる金の獅子||P.R. DistorteD Extra|
|Psyche Trance||"DENJIN AKATSUKINI TAORERU -SF PureAnalogSynth Mix-"||Remixed by Sota Fujimori||P.R. Gold|
|Epic Trance||"The Story Begins"||SADA & Sota||P.R. Gold|
|Techno||"GOLDEN CROSS"||dj REMO-CON VS dj TAKA||P.R. Gold|
|Techno Pop Speed||"mosaic"||Auridy||P.R. Gold Extra|
|Drum'N'Bass||"BEAUTIFUL ANGEL"||DJ SWAN (Toshiaki Komiya & Keiichi Ueno)||P.R. DJ Troopers|
|Eurobeat||"Dazzlin' Darlin -秋葉工房Mix-"||Remixed by DJ Command||P.R. DJ Troopers|
|Drum & Bass||"THE LAST STRIKER"||L.E.D.||P.R. DJ Troopers|
|Next Skool Breakbeats Hardcore||"D"||Eagle||P.R. DJ Troopers Extra|
|Akashic Records||"Almagest"||Galdeira||P.R. One More Extra Stage|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Konami Officially Announces beatmania IIDX 17 SIRIUS. Bemanistyle (May 25, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-05-26.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 beatmania IIDX 17 SIRIUS Released!. Bemanistyle (October 21, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-11-07.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 beatmania IIDX 17 Location Test. Bemanistyle (May 22, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-07-11.
- ↑ IIDX SIRIUS Location test!. Bemanistyle (May 27, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-07-11.
- ↑ KONAMI アーケードゲーム ： beatmania IIDX 17 SIRIUS ロケテスト情報 (Japanese). Konami arcade website. Konami. Retrieved on 2009-07-11.
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