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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by lookout, Nov 9, 2006.
I WANT NOW!
Seriously, that looks frigging sweet, is it homebrew or what?
It seems like a concept project.
Maybe someone can tell us what does the kanjis/katakana says.
Watch this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFdqZfZEjjM
On second 35 you can see something on the DS slot
Oh, it´s an official game: http://www.gamespot.com/ds/puzzle/hiiteuta...rm06/index.html
i think it the same guy who made this program for ds?
and the video above could be his girlfirend...
That's a very cool idea
Guitar Hero DS woot!
It's ideas like this that make me all tingly inside
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i love my ds... so much
I was wondering, isn´t this going to be like Scratch Master 3000?
there is another vid of it here:
Very very cool. Looks like it'll punish the touchscreen a bit after a while though (not knowing how easy is it to scratch that thing)
Strange I couldn’t get any of the videos to work other then Cheech’s.
But here is one more video that may even be a commercial for DS Guitar Jam.
This is going to lay punishment on the screen even more than Warioware: Touched. But I must have it.
Hori is my master now.
i had a idea simular to this when the ds first came out.. my idea however was bascially putting the program FruityLoops onto the ds... i still think it's a great idea... maybe this game will satisfy my dreams
Yeah. Sweet. I had opened another thread on this a few months back & no one responded. Maybe because I just linked the vids. I still want it.
wow pretty cool... tho u would still need an amp to play right?
YEAH! AWESOME!!!!! (And I'm just a drummer!)
Aslong as there is an ability to add your own chords (different voicings and stuff), ontop of a (hopefully) big database of chords in there it should be great. If it helped you find chords in a key too. Would be great to sit on a bus coming up with nice chord progressions! :-)
And it could be really useful and promising if it approached non-guitarists with a fun thing to play, and was a tool for guitarists to use.