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Aug 7, 2006

DDR by science at 9:20 PM (3,089 Views / 0 Likes) 28 replies

  1. science
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    So, like, who plays it? I play it.

    I'm currently working on AAing Max 300.
     


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    i just started playin it its so freakin awesome..but ive got a rubber plate... im gonna buy the tx6500 soon with rail so i have the arcade feeling with me anyway im playing Dance dance revolution extreme
     
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    i play Stepmania....with my keyboard
    i do play on heavy though
     
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    Someone just released TTR for the DS as a NEO competiton entry.
    Looks pretty good.
     
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    Nah, i just played Touch Touch Revolution (TTR) and it sucks pretty hard.
    Theres like 5 songs that last about 25 secs each, you dont even really get time to get into it.
    The coding for the arrow placement & timing didn't seem that great either.
    It's a good idea but it definatly wont be winning the neo summer coding comp.
     
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    Haha, I'm too old school. I have no idea what y'all are talking about, I stopped playing ddr a while back. Old school is when you remember when DDR 1.5 came out. [​IMG]

    I never joined the AAA crew, I just stuck with AA'ing songs like RnP, Max 300 and the such. I couldnt do it anymore for the life of me [​IMG]
     
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    Oh yeah, RnP is totally the best song ever! And I'm with you, I can't AAA, I doub't I'll ever be able to. I'm content with 30 Greats anyways!
     
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    rnp is great but im a sucker for janejana on doubles heavy....NOT as hard as rnp heavy single but its fun to play
     
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    Question. If I can play heavy single really good, can I play heavy doubble? Because I've been trying every once in a while on doubble standard
     
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    Doubles is a whole nother tree to shake your stick at. Doubles home version is the worst idea ever unless you gots two fluxes [​IMG] them suckers expensive.


    Question: why the heck am I talking like a hick all of a sudden? :wtf:
     
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    Only got one flux, waiting for V3 (yeah, right. Along with that universal C-Box) so I've only tried standard at the arcade. I don't want to pay two dollars for 3 songs though...
     
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    i have two offical konami soft pads mounted to wood taped together...they have worked for like 2 years and through like 3 or 4 homemade touries
    they work great
    they dont move at all

    Um i woudl start just playing alot of standard doubles..the key of doubles is dont worry alot about which way your body is facing..and step backwards when you can...janejana is about hte best song to learn heavy doubles on though as it forces you to learn to transistioni good
     
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    I used to play it, then I found out I was labeled as the "asian dude who plays DDR"

    My best score was AAA in Sakura in Heavy. I got mostly As and Bs in any MAX songs.

    If you use Stepmania or Dance With Intensity, search MAX Dinosaur, it's a mix of MAX. and Pink Dinosaur. I could never pass that song.
     
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    I AA'ed Max 300, and I AAA'ed Stoic (both heavy).
    I don't really like DDR though; I'm more into IIDX.
     
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    in solo mode (not to be confused with single)
     
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    Hmmm isn't there a dancing game with metal songs? Or a DDR hack?
     

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