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Discussion in 'DSTT' started by Donato_Dobango, Nov 6, 2009.
I'm getting an error 55 on mine, anyone successfully manage to get this to load on their DSTT?
I've successfully loaded it on an R4 using YSMenu if that helps.
There seems to be very few games left at this point that still do this, but the DSTT has always had one or two games that won't load that work on other systems.
Whether it needs an ARM 7 patch or not I'm not sure. I know I got a reliable copy of it, too, so it can't be that...
Eh, I have the 360 version to hold me over until I fix it, though, so yay!
Works perfect with lates unoffical dstt menu + YSMenu.
I was just playing it. :333
I love the music on it btw.. much better then the GHDS games imho ^^
Right now I'm just using the latest unofficial firmware. I think I might need to look into this Ymenu
Got it to work off another download of my version, must have had a bad download the first few tries.
It's weird how I am still using a02 on DSTTi and every game works perfectly fine.
So, how is this game?
i can tell you it uses the psp engine of rock band unplugged. and has lego people. overall its a fun game.
Considering the only games in English it really has to compete with are the hand crippling Guitar Hero series or obscure midi-instrumental underground cult favorites like Music Mon-stars, I'd say it's pretty good. Not sure if I'll keep it for very long if only because I've played all these songs in the 360 version already, but the basic concept is cool:
You play all 4 musicians at once. Start on guitars and when you hit a certain amount of points in a row, the notes turn clear, giving you a few seconds to switch to another instrument. The goal is to keep switching and maintaining as much of a high score as possible using all 4 instruments.
It would be great if we get a sequel after the Holidays featuring some new songs or songs featured as DLC in the console versions without the Lego gimmick. The engine is already in place and it's definitely a more fulfilling design style than any of the DS Guitar Heroes have been.