» Welcome, guest.
[ Log In :: Register ]

Pages: (101) < 1 2 [3] 4 5 6 7 8 ... >

[ Track this topic :: Email this topic :: Print this topic ]

Topic: Bemani/other music games accomplishments thread, ITG/DDR/PNM/IIDX/SM/etc...< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
17:26 CST :: 9/03/2005

t1ck_t0ck
Hats

Profile PM AOL 

Group: PH Administrators
Location: El Centro, CA
Joined: Mar. 2005
Total Posts: 796






--------------

Don't you mean Charles Guiteau...

18:01 CST :: 9/03/2005

Solid Gold
"Give me all your money"

Profile PM 

Group: PH Members
Location: Chattanooga Tennessee Sucks.
Joined: July 2005
Total Posts: 148


Quote (cj_iwakura @ 00:04 CST :: 9/02/2005)
.....

Looked at Bloodrush Expert. Officially decided that 12s are beyond my mortal comprehension.  :indifferent:

Try a different 12. Bloodrush is the hardest one, and some people want it to be a thirteen.

See how you feel after Vertex(Stream and BPM changes), Go 60 Go(odd beats), Delirium(Broken Streams followed by long run), or Bang(All around strangeness).


--------------
\
That's right Baby.

19:37 CST :: 9/03/2005

the_peacemaker
Resident Pump pianist and Cornell alumnus

Profile PM 

Group: PH Administrators
Location: Los Altos, CA - originally from Ithaca, NY
Joined: Mar. 2004
Total Posts: 5740


Or Tell, if you think you can do the melody with lots of jumps scattered throughout, because there's not much to make it a 12 other than that.

I know for sure that you DON'T want to touch Bloodrush, Hardcore of the North, or Determinator.

EDIT: Don't try Euphoria either; it's not just odd beats, plus a 140-70-140 BPM change, but it's really tiring too.


Edited by the_peacemaker on 22:42 CST :: 9/09/2005

--------------
Current piano projects: None atm.

Some of my performances: Feux D'artifice, by Claude Debussy, La Cathedrale Engloutie, by Debussy, Nocturne in B Major, Op. 62 no. 1, by Frederic Chopin, Ballade no. 1 in G Minor, by Chopin, Amberley Wild Brooks, by John Ireland, Prelude in D Minor, Op. 28 No. 24, by Chopin

Show me a person who describes anything as "overrated", and I'll show you a person who's run out of good ideas.

19:42 CST :: 9/03/2005

Rubicant
**Level 6 PH Member**

Profile PM MSN 

Group: PH Members
Location: Eblan caves
Joined: Aug. 2005
Total Posts: 171


Determinator is a 12? I always though it was an 11.

21:42 CST :: 9/03/2005

WayneC02
and you can't avoid that

Profile PM 

Group: PH Administrators
Location: Laplace, Louisiana
Joined: Sep. 2003
Total Posts: 2200


Nope, it's a 12. I can do it without TOO much trouble, other than the slowdown fuckfest in the middle. That part's just not even fair.

--------------

18:27 CST :: 9/06/2005

Rubicant
**Level 6 PH Member**

Profile PM MSN 

Group: PH Members
Location: Eblan caves
Joined: Aug. 2005
Total Posts: 171


Hallway is the best mod ever. that is all.

22:21 CST :: 9/06/2005

stellar
I like to come back every once and a while to piss people off.

Profile PM AOL MSN 

Group: PH Veterans
Location: Metairie, Louisiana
Joined: June 2005
Total Posts: 1249


DDR accomplishments:

Heavy:
Kind Lady- B
Colors- c
Drop The Bomb- c
So In Love- B

I think I did pretty good for only my third time playing in like two years. :P


--------------
Quote
10/10 Because she is stellar!!

"Who the fuck builds an elevator in a castle like this?? All the platforms lead up to a spinning ball of death at the top!"

22:59 CST :: 9/06/2005

cj_iwakura
The Rhythm Rogue

Profile PM AOL MSN 

Group: PH Veterans
Location: Chantry of Nightmares, SoFla
Joined: Oct. 2003
Total Posts: 2277


South Florida has a IIDX RED. Played IIDX for the first time ever as a result.

Only played Light 7; 7 keys is scary.
I was able to pass pretty much every 3 and 4; 5s and 6s I was able to do with auto scratch/five key. I need a LOT of practice, but I think I'll manage eventually.

Love Will..., Space Fight, Alien Temple, and Lion Suki were probably the ones I did best on.
I don't think I had a single A though. Nasty grading system.


--------------

22:41 CST :: 9/09/2005

the_peacemaker
Resident Pump pianist and Cornell alumnus

Profile PM 

Group: PH Administrators
Location: Los Altos, CA - originally from Ithaca, NY
Joined: Mar. 2004
Total Posts: 5740


ITG Home Version, Red Octane soft pad, no chair/support:
Hand of Time Expert: 55.74%, C- (And it'll only get better from here once I try it again on the Cobalt Flux. Great practice for Remember December Expert, which I'll pass under the same conditions some day soon.)
Walking on Fire Expert: 56.59%, C (WOW! This REALLY suprised me. First time ever playing it on a home pad, much less without bar raping. I'm actually starting to get better at no-barring!)
Euphoria Expert: 5.97% (OUCH...yeah, sorry CJ, don't try this one actually. It's way harder than I remembered it to be.)


--------------
Current piano projects: None atm.

Some of my performances: Feux D'artifice, by Claude Debussy, La Cathedrale Engloutie, by Debussy, Nocturne in B Major, Op. 62 no. 1, by Frederic Chopin, Ballade no. 1 in G Minor, by Chopin, Amberley Wild Brooks, by John Ireland, Prelude in D Minor, Op. 28 No. 24, by Chopin

Show me a person who describes anything as "overrated", and I'll show you a person who's run out of good ideas.

09:20 CST :: 9/10/2005

Rubicant
**Level 6 PH Member**

Profile PM MSN 

Group: PH Members
Location: Eblan caves
Joined: Aug. 2005
Total Posts: 171


Just try Walking On Fire expert with "quick" on. I barely passed it.

1007 replies since 23:28 CST :: 7/30/2005 < Next Oldest | Next Newest >

[ Track this topic :: Email this topic :: Print this topic ]

Pages: (101) < 1 2 [3] 4 5 6 7 8 ... >

Quick Reply: Bemani/other music games accomplishments thread
Guest

Do you wish to enable your signature for this post?
Do you wish to enable emoticons for this post?
Track this topic

Emoticons :: iB Code
For more options such as extra emoticons and file uploads, use the "add reply" button instead of Quick Reply...