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Pump it Up Zero is the 18th arcade game release in the Pump It Up series. It was released worldwide on February 1, 2006.

Zero contained a brand new interface, now featuring previews of background videos and the ability for two players to play on separate difficulties. Zero also contained the Easy Station, a mode containing a modified interface and a selection of easy songs. The Mission Station contained sets of songs played with specific conditions that must be met when they are played - such as getting a specific amount of a judgment for instance.

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  • BanYa - Beat de la Guerra 2
  • BanYa - Salta
  • BanYa - El amor es una Zona de Peligro 2
  • BanYa - luz de la luna
  • BanYa - Papa Gonzales
  • BanYa - Phantom
  • Bruja BanYa - Doctor
  • Cachy Huang - Arriba Arriba
  • Cho PD - My Friend
  • Tigre borracho - Emergencia
  • [ [Kim Yoo -Jin | Eugenio ]] - Cumbres borrascosas
  • Eun Ji Won - Todos los Famy
  • JTL - Enter the Dragon
  • Jang Yoon Jung - Oh My
  • Huesos Lazy - Hágalo usted mismo

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  • Mina - Turn Around
  • Banana Spooky - Bombero Sr.
  • Pandera - Te Amo Bebé
  • Perry - Tormenta
  • T.O - Huellas
  • [ [ Tortugas (grupo ) Tortugas | ]] - ¿Cuál es Goin 'On
  • Remix : Trate de B.P.M - LIADZ
  • Remix : Vol. K- Hip- Hop Mix. 1
  • Remix : Vol. K- House Mix . 1

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Another Step songs

Another Step songs are not entirely new songs. Rather, they are songs with steps which differ from their original counterparts, most drastically and some very experimental in nature. When the Another Step category was first introduced, the songs were not given a specific category. Generally, however, the difficulty of the songs range from easy to extremely hard, with some songs (for instance, Love is a Danger Zone 2 Another Nightmare) being impossible to complete without a second player. Another Step songs were reintroduced in the sequel, Pump It Up: New Xenesis. The songs that had Another Step charts are the following:

  • Novasonic - Another Truth (Modes:NM)
  • BanYa - Final Audition (Modes:CZ,NM)
  • BanYa - Extravaganza (Modes:CZ,NM)
  • BanYa - Final Audition 2 (Modes:CZ)
  • BanYa - Mr. Larpus (Modes:NM)
  • BanYa - Love is a Danger Zone (Modes:FS,NM)
  • BanYa - Vook (Modes:FS,NM)
  • Mozquito - Eres Para Mi (Modes:FS)
  • Gans - Join the Party (Modes:NM)
  • Mozquito - Mexi Mexi (Modes:NM)
  • Crying Nut - Circus Magic (Modes:NM)
  • BanYa - Final Audition 3 UF (Modes:NM)
  • BanYa - Naissance 2 (Modes:NM)
  • Wax - I'll Give You All My Love (Modes:NM)
  • BanYa - Solitary 2 (Modes:CZ,NM)
  • BanYa - Witch Doctor (Modes:CZ,NM)
  • BanYa - Love is a Danger Zone 2 (Modes:HD,CZ,NM)
  • Cho PD - My Friend (Modes:FS)
  • Lazybone - Do it Yourself (Modes:NM)

PSP version

A PSP version of Zero was released in 2006. It contains most of the new songs from Zero, plus most of the new debuting songs from NX as unlockables. The game's main setlist is the same as that of the arcade version, minus the following songs:

  • Witch Doctor
  • Dr. M
  • Street Show Down
  • Csikos Post
  • All Famy
  • Footprints
  • Storm
  • Oh My!
  • Enter the Dragon
  • Turn Around
  • Come To Me (Clon)
  • Hatred
  • Fighting Spirits
  • Mobius Strip
  • Don't Bother Me
  • Run!
  • Perfect!
  • Empire of the Sun
  • Starian
  • The Rap: Act 3
  • Loner
  • Shake That Bootie
  • Valenti
  • GO
  • One Love
  • U
  • Go Away (BMK)
  • Greenhorn
  • Deja Vu
  • Eternity
  • Huu Yah Yeah
  • Foxy Lady
  • Too Late
  • We Don't Stop
  • I Love You Baby
  • Up Up
  • Clap Your Hands
  • Conga
  • Eres Para Mi
  • Join the Party
  • Mexi Mexi
  • Kiss Me
  • Fiesta

The game has been criticized for being laggy to unacceptable levels. When running from the disc, songs can take upwards of a minute to load, menus are hard to navigate, and ingame gameplay stutters. Despite this, it is the most extensive and feature-filled of all non-arcade releases.

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See also

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