Zenius-i-vanisher has all of the songs, the stepchart, and graphics from DDR.
This is what I don't understand, why do people bother leaking? 0.1% is going to actually have the PCB ID to actually play the data.
They don't give a shit about files from their games being public as long as it's not the actual game being uploaded.
bms.bemaniso.ws has BMS files from RED to Spada and it's a public site, because Konami gives 0 shits about simfiles.
I'd be willing to say many leakers do it out of malice. Many people one-sidedly assume that sows keep the rips to themselves because they're being elitist and whatnot when in reality they just don't want to get their asses sued so they can keep bringing new releases. These leakers don't understand they're doing a disservice to everyone.
>People want to play a game. Give it to one another. Having fun.
>sows retards: CONSPIRACY AGAINST US! ENEMIES! WORLD IN DANGER! CRUSH! KILL! DESTROY!
For the love of god, please seek mental care.
>They already got a warning you fucking idiot, it's why they closed Programmed Sun's panel.
I don't understand a word. Who 'they'? What warning? From who? Can you even talk coherently?
>If you don't care then don't play it.
Are you really that stupid? People care about games. Who cares about some site? I guess this is some sort of terminal retardation.
Listen, i'm pretty sure this has been discussed a lot of times before.
It's private because it has to. If we had idiots running around with AC Data in public like we did around two years ago, there wouldn't even be a way to play the games anymore, it's just pure luck that Psun is even still up.
nanahira is so hot holy shit and she will never do this on my face
Fuck brake for one year and now
OOOOOOOOOUCHHHHHH MY WRIIIIIIIIIST FUUUUUUUUUCK
[K] "nanahira is so hot holy shit and she will never do this on my face"
[K] accompanying image: https://i.4cdn.org/jp/1454140565110.gif
[K] warning: umaru
[tau] recurring shitposter
blown the fuck OUT.....
So, I haven't played VSRGs in about a week, and now I can't read shit. My acc is fine, but I'm having trouble reading stuff I could do without thinking 2 months ago. Hasn't got much better after 2 days (played about 2 hours in each day)
is this normal? will I have to learn the ways of the autism all over again?
That's actually decent progress, and it's common to hit a wall at around that level. You'll need to develop better muscle memory before you can start working on harder 8s and 9s, which takes different amounts of time for different people. Play new charts constantly, play old charts on random, practice difficult patterns between songs, etc. and progress will happen eventually.
And while you're at it, learn to use all of your fingers and your thumbs.
Some people need a year before they can clear 8s. You're only gonna progress more slowly every step you take, better get used to it (took me 2months to clear 8s, and a year later I still can't clear most 10s)
i know multiple people in real life who have been playing for over five years and are just starting to push into 8s
and in japan i met a teenage girl who both started playing and became kaiden during lincle
there is no standard progression rate at all
Since in the past I've been helped already in finding a music source, I'll give it another try.
Was playing this on O2Jam: https://a.pomf.cat/npnahi.mp4
Title of the chart, translated from Hangul, is Tokyo Hot. Pic related is the one that comes with the chart.
What I found are YouTube videos with that song or with covers of it but no reliable sources.
Googling it took me on a porn site (http://www.tokyo-hot.com/). I'm confused.
I know we don't agree on much, but can we all safely agree that this is the single gayest song in all of bemani?
What is your definition of playing though?
Mine is playing, on average, around an hour every day. At least I try to fit in an hour or two just to avoid getting rusty and gaining skill a bit.
To be honest from what a lurker would see is people saying that sows requires stupid requests to get in and the "THANK YOU FOR PLAYING" which doesn't show them as a actual protective group but as a mean Dragon with gold.
That's just my opinion.
Practice alternating feet on easy songs (unless it's the same arrow twice in a row of course).
If you get something like this : ←↓→↑, do a 135° turn counter-clockwise on the → on your left foot so you can get the ↑ with the right one and still be alternating feet.
It's something that won't work on harder songs because it's slow to pull, but being in the mindset "always alternate" makes it easier to practice crossovers.
Every diff of Butterfly 2008 x-edit is good to practice.
I hope sows gets fucked and the english-speaking rhythm community dies.
99% of you are awful.
HA HA HA HA HA
(OI!!) N N N N N (OI!!) KO KO KO KO KO (OI!!)
>windows 10 pc cant run ac data
>trying to find optiplex pc to build bemani pc
>find a 760 less than 10 minutes by foot from my house
Take note: games people care about on the top; irrelevant dead games on the bottom.
Correction: mainstream games on top; games that actually put on an interesting show for visitors at bottom.
Besides, mah-jong fight club is the most popular arcade game these days so you are completely wrong.
are there any measurements for the distance between the buttons and the floor for a pop'n cab? i've been wanting to make my own ghetto-cab with the game but i have no idea what any of the measurements are like
garakuta doll play, t+pazolite
the next episode, dr dre and snoop dogg
rather than self advertise here i posted it in sows in the mashups thread so i'll be soundcloud famous there instead
Ableton for the mashing, Sonic Visualizer for the spectrogram/finding pitches, Wavepad for cutting up vocal samples
Yes, I know that Spek and Audacity are better alternatives to the last two but I grew up with them for some odd reason so I'm used to the workflow.
Does /jp/ play osu? I know it's been highly controversial regarding if it's a "true" rhythm game or not, but I can play it with my graphic tablet so it's what I play.
Feels lonely desu, 4 months later and all I can do is 3-4 stars at AR8
is there a comfy way to play iidx/bms?
sometimes i just wanna sit back in my chair and play lr2 but my desk is too high for the controller to sit on and my controller slides around on my lap too much.
I have a similar thing I play with my controller on my desk but with how i sit my arms have to be somewhat raised when they're resting on the controller, totally different from arcade conditions.
Maybe find some boxes or something and stack them to put your controller on it
What was peppy smoking when he made the mania score system? Shit makes no sense at all
doing single flicks by just smacking the knob like a IIDX scratch also works surprisingly well.
It's a shitlord move but yeah.
Also protip for extremely long knobs you can just roll transfer them from thumb to pinky and all the way around the base of your palm if you karate chop.
Every time I think picking up SDVX might be neat, I look at high level charts and they look like painfully overmapped osumania 4k shit. IIDX might be bad at times but at least it doesn't get BMS-level stupid.
there's not much complexity in 4k, they have to make it hard somehow
how do you think it should be instead? I thought it was alright, except
>DESTROYING THE SONG WITH EFFECTS
I will never forgive sdvx for this.
First off, only osu!mania tards use the term "overmapped".
Second, how is "overmapped" bad?
Just because you can't play high density charts doesn't mean they are bad. They actually make a lot of sense when you actually play them.
BMS also offers a continous challenge, unlike IIDX; when you hit 12 you'll just keep grinding the same songs all over again for slightly better accuracy.
No, it literally has 6 keys.
FX taps are actually quite common and tend to be mixed into BT sections in newer maps. In SDVX BOOTH you could call it 4k + 4 modifiers, but it's now 6k + 2 modifiers.
bms is not unique to lr2.
BMS is a community, but it is born from a file format invented by Urao Yane. Many players have come and gone that interpret this format, but the authors and players have hanged around for far longer than LR2 has.
It's not really just about "unofficial IIDX" since it's largely evolved onto a thing of its own.
So I tried to play osu! standard and a little mania because you fucks wouldn't shut up about it.
I don't see what the issue is? Seems like a nice somewhat casual gateway to eastern style rhythm games that even features the majority of songs from said titles. The scoring system in standard is kinda shit but whatever. I still have fun pressing things in time with music.
It depends when you started i think, I only got into arcade vsrgs a year ago and i'm 22 but there's kids at the arcade playing that are like 15 or some shit.
Always makes me feel like i got into it too late
Every pirate here will probably hate me for saying this, but I don't approve of a game who allows its users to post on their website charts with songs stolen from other games (and countless other artists), and when faced with C&D just remove the songs from the website but make them still accessible to premium users in-game.
>accessible to premium users in-game
they aren't accessible to anyone anymore. you can't download them from the website or osu!direct.
they're still ranked, but you can only play if you've had the maps before they were removed, or if you get them from somewhere else.
>can clear almost every song below 18 in DDR
>only stuff I can't do is stuff like triple journey, revolutionary addict or london evolved
Why are the tag songs the fucking hardest? Fuck my legs
I'm sure it's balanced to not let you get very many no matter how fast you are. Almost no ticket games are based on pure skill, because those are always the ones people abuse to get $50 xboxes
What a surreal question.
If you plan on never getting good or never playing doubles or only being able to play straightforward stream endurance garbage StepMania charts, then yeah crossovers aren't worth your time.
From watching a single video on this, you get half the tickets of keys you're pressed, right?
So if I get at least 100 combo each time I'm guaranteed 50 tickets each time, right?
Might look into this next time I'm at a Round 1 (which will be in summer...) if there's prizes I want and I don't blow my entire card on IIDX and SDVX again.
So I got a FP7 EMP with 100g switches a while back, and they're really tough on my fingers so I want to buy some 50g switches. Is there a tutorial somewhere on how I can replace the switches?
Open the controller. I think it's magnetic, or there might be a tool. I don't own a dao.
Grab the microswitch assembly. Twist counterclockwise. Remove.
From here you can remove the crimp/spade/whateverthefucks from the microswitch's GND and NO, then scoot out the microswitch from the holder, slap in a new one, and reattach.
Alternatively you could just keep playing on them until they soften up.
I am a complete retard when it comes to this, but I got it opened up, each microswitch has 4 things connected to them, managed to remove the ones on top and bottom, side ones are insanely hard to remove pulling up so I'm not trying to force it too much cause it might break. I turned the thing counterclockwise, and got the button loose but it won't let the switch out, am I supposed to pull on it?
Replacing microswitches doesn't require removal of the plastic switch holder from the button assembly. That's only necessary when fussing with the light or whatever.
The switch holder has two little nubs that go into holes on the sides of the microswitch. Gently bend the plastic until you can get one of these notches out, then rotate the switch about the other notch until it's in a position where it can come out.
1 ticket for every 3 presses but every once in a while it gives you 3 so it rounds to about half. There is a leaderboard at the end, my friend and I filled it up from 108-111.
Since there's a time limit and the notes only scroll so fast that's about the cap I would assume.
But anything you can get as a prize in the arcade you can get at a store for cheaper, i think it's better to play crane games or chance games because you're losing value so you might as well gamble with it
How do I recover the magic of playing IIDX I felt for the first months? I got bored of being knocked down by the 10, I have now less and less fun playing. I took a 2 weeks break and I'm already bored after 30min, I just play but don't feel anything. Is this the end for me?
I don't see that happening, you need a motivation to get good. Pretty hard to get gud when I just boot up the game once in a while, play for an hour or less and realise it's no fun and close it
stuck at the same wall, I've just been going back to clear 9s I haven't even touched yet, and only doing a handful of 10s per session. If you keep playing charts you can't or can just barely clear, you're going to burn yourself out.
Learn to do crossovers. People who bitch about songs having crossovers are just baddies who never learned how and think the only way to be good and have fun with 4-panel is to play 2500-step Pendulum endurance customs in ITG.
All songs are easier in LR2 because the timing is lazier.
Just practice doing them during warmup, which is the 10 or so seconds before the song actually start. Just roll 1234567654321 over and over again until the muscle memory is in.
Also works well for practicing denim rolls (1357-246) and chord scales.
Motivation is one thing. Expecting to improve, especially on a consistent basis burns you out. Going from 9s to 10s isn't the same as from 8s to 9s, etc.
Make your play sessions a kind of relaxation time. Zone out and, think about stuff and mash buttons. It literally doesn't make any difference whether you stare at the screen, eyes bulging or casually mashing. The game doesn't start until you get into harder 11s, early 12s timing. What you're developing now is basic motor skill. It takes a long, long time to get it to a point where it's relatively automatic. The only way to get there is to mash. A lot.
Playing easier stuff helps to a point. Unfortunately though you have to keep pushing, because otherwise you're not developing the necessary set of motor skills to clear those charts. You're only "perfecting" the set of skills you already have and at this point it isn't what you want. If you can more or less consistently clear 9s it's definitely time to move on. Skip whatever few songs you can't clear. They don't make a damn bit of difference.
You said it's no fun to play. Well, make it so. Instead of listening to shitty music over and over again, leave it in the background and listen to something you do enjoy. Podcasts or whatever the heck you want. Listening to rhythm and shit like that becomes important way, way later. If you can't hit the notes or need to rush to read/hit the follow ones, your timing will be off no matter what you do.
You need to find a way to play comfortably in a relaxed state both physically and mentally for long time broken up into two or three sessions daily. Try to get at least three hours or so.
Also, there are no walls. It's only your unwillingness to leave your comfort zone. It sucks to start this cycle of sucking bad the beginning, again, but this is how it goes. Forget the fact that you can clear easy stuff, take up 10s and be fine with the fact you're absolutely terrible at it. It will repeat with 11s and 12s. The longer you spend doing easy levels and feeling good about it the harder it is to transfer.
Missing and mashing notes is perfectly fine. Don't stress about it or pay too much attention.
Playing at home you have all the luxuries you want. Find a good position to play in without tiring your back, shoulders, hands or neck. Don't try to replicate arcade experience if you don't have a machine near you. It's utterly pointless. Playing at the arcade sucks bad. It's fun with friends and for getting your scores on the network, but that's about it. Otherwise it's loud, often smelly, dirty and shit flashing in your eyes all the time. Nothing you'd really want to replicate at home to practice for longer periods.
Light some candles, pour yourself a glass of wine and have a nice, relaxing date with iidx. Before you know it, you'll finger "her" like there's no tomorrow.
>You said it's no fun to play. Well, make it so. Instead of listening to shitty music over and over again, leave it in the background and listen to something you do enjoy.
>To enjoy this rhythm game, turn off the music until you can start 11s/12s
Playing a rhythm game isn't worth it at this point, I'm baffled that somebody is seriously trying to to recommend this to someone. I seriously can't why somebody would spend their time doing this, I don't see how someone can think that playing a rhythm game without music just to get good at it is at all worth it.
Because there's so much more to this than shitty music. To some its about skill. Much like learning any other pointless or useless skill. It's the process what matters not the content. Of course I'm not saying all music is bad or whatever, but it isn't necessarily the most important aspect. Basically not everyone's a weeaboo. The way my views are ridiculous to you, I similarly find it absurd some can't appreciate how much more there is to this