Jam Sessions Trailer

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  1. sipoon
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    wha'ts with the ubisoft ? i'm suprised ppl haven't pointed it out yet...




    how come i never thought of doing that? so obvious
     
  2. sipoon
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    Wow, NO ONE is interested in Jam Sessions (M06 guitar game) except me ??? [​IMG]
    either that or no one likes Tom Petty ( I think he's cool)
     
  3. assassinz

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    When is this coming out? Or has it been dumped yet?
     
  4. [M]artin

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    I had M-06 for about a week or two. T'was pretty cool, cept I'm a hardcore electric guitarist, so it paled in comparison of the real thing (too small V_V ). However, it was pretty cool for those that never picked up a guitar before, my friends had a blast with it. One thing I liked was how it had a ton of songs that it let you play along with, helps you learn.

    However, I got rid of the game for one important reason:
    - It was kickin my DS Lite's ass.

    As you see in the video, you DS will take a little bit of damage for extended periods of play (all that strumming on the touch screen). Also, since I have a DS Lite, it was a bit of a struggle to switch to the diagonal noted chords and switch from one note to another quickly. If I were to actually pick up this game again, I'd probably buy a DS to use with this game only (preferably a DS Phat).

    All in all, it's a solid game and a solid entry for music titles on the DS. If you own a DS, you should give this one a try at least once.

    [BTW, at the end of the second video I heard that the style of the Guitar had changed (sounded more like Electric, unlike the acoustic style featured in the first video). Was this "switching" of styles featured in the Japanese version of the game (M-06) or is this a new feature?
     
  5. Opium

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    That's awesome [​IMG] Great videos.

    Yeah it's M-06, it's already been dumped. As a guitar player myself I had quite a bit of fun playing around with this 'game'.
     
  6. Akoji

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    Can't wait to try that game [​IMG]

    Does it work on G6? (well the japanese version i mean.)
     
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    In the second video the guy had his DS hooked up to an effects pedal, with distortion. It's not an ingame feature.
     
  8. [M]artin

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    Wow, didn't even consider one of those working in conjunction with the DS...
    Nice.
     
  9. Harsky

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    Still haven't tried the Japanese version out so I might as well give it a go. Wonder if it's possible to play ANY tunes on it? Or at least something that resembles something recognisable?
     
  10. [M]artin

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    There's a mode in which there's a list of songs to choose from. Upon choosing that song, a series of notes appear on the top screen, vertically. You can choose to hear it played by the cpu in it's correct form all the way through first, so you get a feel of how the song should sound. You strum the notes in that order (with the correct tempo) to "play the song". Notes continue to scroll upwards only when you strum successfully. Unfortunately, there's nothing that keeps the beat, it's just you, reading the notes and strumming them in order.
     
  11. jalaneme

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    the english version of this game aint out yet is it? only japanese version?
     
  12. [M]artin

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    Correct. Just in case you decide to go hunting, here's some dump info for the Japanese version:

    [0782] Hiite Utaeru DS Guitar - M-06

    Game Info:
    Region: Japan
    Language(s): Japanese
    Genre: Rhythm
    Publishing Company: Plato

    Release Info:
    Group: WRG
    Date: 2006-12-23
    Filename: wrg-hugm6.zip
    Dir Name: Hiite_Utaeru_DS_Guitar_M06_JPN_NDS-WRG

    Rom Info:
    Size: 512 Mbit
    Save Type: Eeprom - 64 kbit
     
  13. jalaneme

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    meh i'll wait for the full english version, i hope it gets a english release.
     
  14. Icarus

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    I'll just stick with the Guitar Hero =O
     
  15. Gooseman

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    I take my real guitar it feels better
     
  16. sipoon
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    heh, just wait for the drum/percussion one, and the keyboard/bass one to come out, then form a band... [​IMG]
     
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    Say, did Daigasso! Band Brothers ever come out in US?
     
  18. Harsky

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    It hasn't been cancelled but when I played the Japanese version a few weeks ago, it just feels quite outdated now...
     
  19. Icarus

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    I find Daigasso Band Brothers quite boring. Maybe just because of the MIDI type music. But still, playing Mario songs or Smoke On The Water isn't that bad..

    I think japs especially love Smoke On The Water since it was also on Guitar Freaks if I'm wrong.
     
  20. sillypatterson

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    I think japs especially love Smoke On The Water since it was also on Guitar Freaks if I'm wrong. '

    Deep Purple is hugely popular in Japan, and has been for ages. Their best-selling album is... GASP... a live album, from Japan, from the 70's. [​IMG]