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** ''CHUNITHM SUPER STAR'' (SUMMER 2020) -- '''upcoming overseas version'''

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** ''CHUNITHM SUPER STAR'' (SUMMER (NOV 2020) -- '''upcoming overseas version'''


''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015. It is one of SEGA's three ''VideoGame/{{Performai}}'' games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{ONGEKI}}''.

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''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015. It is one of SEGA's three ''VideoGame/{{Performai}}'' games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{ONGEKI}}''.
''VideoGame/{{ONGEKI}}''


''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015. It is one of SEGA's three ''VideoGame/{{Performai}}'' games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''Ongeki''.

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''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015. It is one of SEGA's three ''VideoGame/{{Performai}}'' games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''Ongeki''.
''VideoGame/{{ONGEKI}}''.

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* AllOrNothing: [=ExTap=] notes can only be rated Justice Critical or Miss, skipping Attack and Justice entirely. Downplayed, in that this is because the Justice Critical window overrides the Attack and Justice windows; so long as you hit them ''at all'', you'll get a JC.

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* AllOrNothing: [=ExTap=] [=ExTap=], Slides, and Flick notes can only be rated Justice Critical or Miss, skipping Attack and Justice entirely. Downplayed, in that this is because the Justice Critical window overrides the Attack and Justice windows; so long as you hit them ''at all'', you'll get a JC.



* RequiredSpinoffCrossover: Several songs from ''maimai'' make their appearance here.

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* RequiredSpinoffCrossover: Several songs from ''maimai'' and ''O.N.G.E.K.I.'' make their appearance here.here, and in return, songs from CHUNITHM cross over there.


''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015. It is one of three games under SEGA's "performai" line of rhythm games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''Ongeki''.

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''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015. It is one of three games under SEGA's "performai" line of rhythm three ''VideoGame/{{Performai}}'' games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''Ongeki''.


Unlike its sibling game ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'', which has been released in other parts of Asia with a pending U.S. release, ''CHUNITHM'' is strictly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]]. It is currently one of the most popular rhythm games in Japan, despite Sega only having about half as much time in the arcade rhythm game scene as Konami (''VideoGame/{{BEMANI}}'').

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Unlike its sibling game ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'', which has been released in other parts of Asia with a pending U.S. release, Asia, ''CHUNITHM'' is strictly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]].Japan-only]] with an overseas release coming this Summer 2020. It is currently one of the most popular rhythm games in Japan, despite Sega only having about half as much time in the arcade rhythm game scene as Konami (''VideoGame/{{BEMANI}}'').


** ''CHUNITHM SUPER STAR'' (SUMMER 2020) -- '''upcoming overseas version'''



** '''''CHUNITHM AMAZON PLUS''''' (2019) -- '''current version'''

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** ''CHUNITHM AMAZON PLUS'' (2019)
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'''''CHUNITHM AMAZON PLUS''''' CRYSTAL''''' (2019) -- '''current version'''


Unlike its sibling game ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'', which has been released in other parts of Asia with a pending U.S. release, ''CHUNITHM'' is strictly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]]. It is currently one of the most popular rhythm games in Japan, despite Sega only having about half as much time in the arcade rhythm game scene as Konami (''Franchise/{{BEMANI}}'').

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Unlike its sibling game ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'', which has been released in other parts of Asia with a pending U.S. release, ''CHUNITHM'' is strictly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]]. It is currently one of the most popular rhythm games in Japan, despite Sega only having about half as much time in the arcade rhythm game scene as Konami (''Franchise/{{BEMANI}}'').
(''VideoGame/{{BEMANI}}'').


Unlike its sibling game ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'', which has been released in other parts of Asia with a pending U.S. release, ''CHUNITHM'' is strictly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]].

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Unlike its sibling game ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'', which has been released in other parts of Asia with a pending U.S. release, ''CHUNITHM'' is strictly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]]. \n It is currently one of the most popular rhythm games in Japan, despite Sega only having about half as much time in the arcade rhythm game scene as Konami (''Franchise/{{BEMANI}}'').


Compare ''VideoGame/{{Deemo}}'', which shares a few common interface elements such as the variable-width notes, ''VideoGame/{{Arcaea}}'' which borrows the "air notes" concept, ''VideoGame/NostalgiaBemani'' which some have described as "''Chunithm'' except with piano music", ''VideoGame/BangDreamGirlsBandParty'' which has been called "''Chunithm'' but with idol bands" by some players, and ''VideoGame/DanceRush'' which has been described as ''Chunithm'' [-EXCEPT WITH YOUR FEET!-]

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Compare ''VideoGame/{{Deemo}}'', which shares a few common interface elements such as the variable-width notes, ''VideoGame/{{Arcaea}}'' which borrows the "air notes" concept, ''VideoGame/NostalgiaBemani'' ''VideoGame/NostalgiaBEMANI'' which some have described as "''Chunithm'' except with piano music", ''VideoGame/BangDreamGirlsBandParty'' which has been called "''Chunithm'' but with idol bands" by some players, and ''VideoGame/DanceRush'' which has been described as ''Chunithm'' [-EXCEPT WITH YOUR FEET!-]


Compare ''VideoGame/{{Deemo}}'', which shares a few common interface elements such as the variable-width notes, ''VideoGame/{{Arcaea}}'' which borrows the "air notes" concept, ''Nostalgia'' (Konami) which some have described as "''Chunithm'' except with piano music", ''VideoGame/BangDreamGirlsBandParty'' which has been called "''Chunithm'' but with idol bands" by some players, and ''VideoGame/DanceRush'' which has been described as ''Chunithm'' [-EXCEPT WITH YOUR FEET!-]

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Compare ''VideoGame/{{Deemo}}'', which shares a few common interface elements such as the variable-width notes, ''VideoGame/{{Arcaea}}'' which borrows the "air notes" concept, ''Nostalgia'' (Konami) ''VideoGame/NostalgiaBemani'' which some have described as "''Chunithm'' except with piano music", ''VideoGame/BangDreamGirlsBandParty'' which has been called "''Chunithm'' but with idol bands" by some players, and ''VideoGame/DanceRush'' which has been described as ''Chunithm'' [-EXCEPT WITH YOUR FEET!-]


** '''CHUNITHM STAR PLUS'' (2018) -- '''current version'''
* ''CHUNITHM AMAZON'' (TBA) -- upcoming version

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** '''CHUNITHM ''CHUNITHM STAR PLUS'' (2018) -- '''current version'''
(2018)
* ''CHUNITHM AMAZON'' (TBA) (2018)
** '''''CHUNITHM AMAZON PLUS''''' (2019)
-- upcoming version'''current version'''


''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by UsefulNotes/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015.

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''CHUNITHM'' (チュウニズム) is an RhythmGame for [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] developed and published by UsefulNotes/{{SEGA}}, Creator/{{SEGA}}, originally released in 2015.
2015. It is one of three games under SEGA's "performai" line of rhythm games, alongside ''VideoGame/{{maimai}}'' and ''Ongeki''.


* ''CHUNITHM STAR'' (2017) -- '''current version'''

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* ''CHUNITHM STAR'' (2017) (2017)
** '''CHUNITHM STAR PLUS'' (2018)
-- '''current version'''version'''
* ''CHUNITHM AMAZON'' (TBA) -- upcoming version

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