sonicfan0 wrote:i look left at 1 car and manage to find 2 REALLY gorgeous brunettes goin to town (making out pulling their tops off and the whole bit.) I only managed to see them pull off their tops before i walked off and decided to Beast 3 13's back to back
SM MaxX wrote:IIDX I only got into recently, and even then it;s off and on. I'm just waiting for beat mode to actually work on SM.
Xythar wrote:SM MaxX wrote:IIDX I only got into recently, and even then it;s off and on. I'm just waiting for beat mode to actually work on SM.
It's not the same, especially considering that unless you buy a special controller with a parallel port interface and such you'll have severe input lag issues trying to simulate IIDX on a computer. If you want to get into IIDX you really need to either live near an arcade machine or buy the games/controller on PS2.
SM MaxX wrote:okay?
I'm not looking for perfection, just a basic simulator to get my skills up. I go to the arcade all the time anyway so what's the harm in it?
Also you seem to make it out as if beat mode is terrible on SM. While it's not working for me right now, previous versions worked perfectly fine for me (there was no "lag" apart from the keyboard offset I guess).
Xythar wrote:If that's what you want then fine, but it's not playing IIDX any more than keyboard SM is playing ITG.
Just saying, if you're serious about getting into IIDX it's worth getting the official games.
SM MaxX wrote:That's a horrible analogy. How does fingers vs fingers = fingers vs feet?
Xythar wrote:SM MaxX wrote:That's a horrible analogy. How does fingers vs fingers = fingers vs feet?
Because playing IIDX on keyboard and on sims is nothing like playing IIDX on the real controller, in the same way that playing ITG on keyboard is nothing like playing ITG on pad. One isn't going to make you better at the other beyond learning how to read the notes to an extent.
TYLR wrote:why is there a ddr noteskin to go with stepmania
Xythar wrote:People can make noteskins for whatever they like. Someone made an entire Pop'n Music interface and noteskin for Stepmania approximately forever ago, doesn't mean anyone uses Stepmania as a serious alternative to actual Pop'n Music.
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