Free - Endorphinemachine2
Getting on My Horse - Very repetitive song, most of it was consistently followed, even though there were a few double-steps. ps: nice ending
Ground - Bland song. There were quite a few instances of forced double-steps and I couldn't really follow what a lot of the 16ths were going to. The gallops toward the end seemed to make sense, but I felt their use could have been more consistent.
Hardcore Faith - In general, good rhetoric, although some of the 16ths patterns kind of confused me. They could have made sense for all I know, but I'm too lazy to turn up my speakers and give it another listen. All in all, not bad.
Harsh Like My Dog While Having Sex - Not my personal taste when it comes to stuff I would pad, but well-made. Jacks and jump layering add a good contrast in the drums.
Icicles - Mootz never disappoints.
Just Another Beat Song - Neat use of minijacks on the bass kicks. My only criticism is the mines being placed so closed to the steps starting the 16th bursts. I would prefer to have them on an unused arrow column. Overall, pretty good.
Maiden of Virtue - Less mines would have made this more enjoyable, but otherwise, good.
Mind Mapping - Unplayable. It's extremely offsync, I couldn't follow the 16ths, and there were so many double-steps.
NESmas - Splendid.
Our Furry Pastlife - I didn't even think this was steppable because it's such a slow song. I wasn't mindblown, but the rhetoric was pretty solid.
Over the Ocean - It was alright. There were a couple things I was peeved by, for example, the long pause with minifreezes forcing the player to hold them with mines waiting right below. Following the first set of hands is a giant wave of mines that the player has barely any time to get up and avoid. Even if you do succeed, it kills your legs. The second set of hands is followed by 175-bpm 24th bursts... painful. The 16th patterns I had difficulty following. If they do follow something, they just come off as ambiguous and I would prefer to have followed the main rhythms. Even if it's just 8ths, more simple is just more fun (for me).
Real As They Come - LilWayne/10
Roll 2 Meeeee - When I saw the title, I was able to easily predict that there were going to be rolls in this chart. What I didn't predict however, was left-jacks for the basslines. Nice use of pitch relevance. I didn't plan on bracket hands either, although I didn't think the music was intense enough to really justify them. The song was itself was pretty repetitive, so there's not much else to say.
Saga - Wasn't too fond of the song to begin with. I felt like the jumps were a little excessive in a few jumps and I didn't agree with having those long speedups for the sets of 4 quarter notes.
Scatman Remix - Nice use of mines to space out notes in the middle of the song. It's an effective transition into the next part. Nice use of jumps to offer a contrast in the drums. Overall, it's just repetitive. The crossovers forcing the player in one direction got to me after a while. Not much else to say.
Space Shooter 8bit - This remix doesn't offer much variation and gets extremely repetitive, so you can't really hold it against the step artist. My only complaint is some of the jumps seem unjustifiable because there are no intense percussion/other sounds to follow.
Stream - Pretty standard stuff.
Strings of Fire - Pretty fun, although the sync drifts a lot.
Tchakovsky's 1st Pianers - Impressive stuff! Those small 32nd bursts look like a lot of fun; overall it feels like a harder version of Cryosleep. My only minor complaints are: 1) that the roll in the beginning could be made a little shorter so that it isn't slow close to the step which follows, and 2) the use of jumps for the claps at the end, I would just double-check for consistency. Otherwise, I'm very happy with my SSS3 present.
ps - gfx are incredible
Test Room - kawaiiiii!~ >^_^;>
The Last Dance - Some of the most fun use of jacks in the pack.
Tsubakabakabaka no hana - I'm not in the mood for vocaloid right now. Ask me later.
Variations 2 - I liked it, although I had a few other ideas in mind for this song. Still, good job. I still plan on stepping it in the future.
Yellow Curves - Nice use of minijacks/crossovers. I'd pad it.
Walking on Sunshine - kindansglory.gif/10
Walking the Dog - Nice use of crossovers and 32nd bursts. The only thing I really disagree with are the yellow 16ths preceeding the 24ths. Otherwise, not bad.