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January 30, 2007, 03:09:51 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

« Last Edit: February 03, 2018, 08:35:30 PM by BLueSS »
Read February 10, 2007, 04:33:45 PM #1

Whoa whoa whoa, soon to be upgraded to SN? Where'd you hear this and who the hell do I have to talk to so that this DOESN'T happen? We've already got a SN in Moscow and I love Extreme, if they get rid of this one, we won't have any left.
Read February 10, 2007, 05:51:45 PM #2

Wow.  If this goes down, it'll be just like when people upgraded to Extreme.  But then, people came to really like EX, so maybe it won't end up too badly.

Suko, if you need a place to play EX, come up to our area, we've got 4 machines in Coeur d'Alene, and like, 3 more in Spokane.
Read February 11, 2007, 12:14:06 PM #3

I won't deny that I'm crazy enough to drive an hour and a hlaf just to play DDR, but it sure as hell won't be a weekly pilgrimage.
Read March 09, 2007, 08:09:47 PM #4

Well it happened, Zeppos now has a SN machine. However, there is some good news. It is still only 50 cents a play AND it's a dedicated cabinet...sorta. The cabinet itself is indeed (to the best of my knowledge) 100% genuine DDR SN cabinet. However, they left the same ole' pads that were on the old machine. This isn't terrible though, since Zeppos pads have always been 8/10 or better in my opinion.
Read March 09, 2007, 09:28:21 PM #5

someone should update the first post, and the title,  so we all can see that SN is there, without having to read each post. This is some serious news. (i think)
Read April 01, 2007, 01:46:49 PM #6

Sorry guys I sort of forgot about this forum for a while. Edited my post for SuperNOVA. SuperNOVA took away my So Deep ;_;
Read April 02, 2007, 10:15:40 AM #7

Quote from: "f1sh"
SuperNOVA took away my So Deep ;_;

This is seriously my NUMBER ONE complaint about SN. Gimme back So Deep you bastards!
Read April 02, 2007, 07:49:03 PM #8

*cough* rythm and police *Cough*
but ja, so deep is agree with as well
Read April 03, 2007, 01:58:34 AM #9

Yeah So Deep was my favorite, followed by Rhythm and Police.
I heard that there is going to be a several hundred song update for SuperNOVA this summer. If so, they better bring back those two songs.
Read April 03, 2007, 12:29:32 PM #10

Sorta. It was going to be an update, but now all signs point to it being DDR SN2 instead. Which I for one welcome. If they can seriously give me 500+ songs on one machine, I will be extatic.
Read April 03, 2007, 01:27:40 PM #11

SN2 looks pretty cool. I heard that now it'll have your personal high score and a blinking light if you've passed it (like IIDX), but that is implemented with e-Amuse in Japan (I think), so I wonder if/how they'll do it for America...
Read April 21, 2007, 01:30:26 PM #12

They finally turned up the volume on this thing. Now you can play it when more than 2 people are playing other games in the arcade...WOOT.
Read October 22, 2009, 02:03:26 PM #13

Any updates on this location?
Read October 22, 2009, 03:20:21 PM #14

Current status as of 2 months ago:

The current machine is DDR Supernova dedicab with the (I assume) the old DDR Extreme's pads. It costs 75 cents here to play a 3 song set. The machine works great and the only problem I have had playing here is the volume can be too low when it's a busy night at the bowling alley. Oh yeah, and sometimes you have to deal with ridiculous drunk college people. It's not that bad, but it can throw your game off sometimes.

They also have a Guitar Hero arcade cabinet set at $1 for 1 song, lol.

« Last Edit: October 22, 2009, 03:22:58 PM by Suko »
Read January 18, 2010, 07:47:25 PM #15

Is ITG2 still there?

I looked on DDRFreak and couldn't find any other location other than this one.
Read January 19, 2010, 09:02:46 AM #16

The ITG2 machine never was here. You're thinking of the Wallace Dorms at the University of Idaho in Moscow. It's only about 15 minutes from Zeppos, but the machine isn't there anymore. They closed the arcade about 1.5 years ago and my friends and I bought the ITG2 machine for private use.
Read January 21, 2010, 03:00:35 PM #17


Well now I know rather than making a special trip out there.
Read July 19, 2010, 11:56:05 AM #18

Hey Jon, is there anyway you could change the first post to update this information? The machine is (and has been for a while) a DDR SuperNova cabinet with original Konami pads (not Betson). And there are no memory cards lots on this cabinet...never had been IIRC. Also, the price is 75 cents for a 3 song set.

This information almost sounds exactly like the Bumpers arcade...perhaps Fish got confused and put the wrong info down years ago.
Read July 19, 2010, 08:57:12 PM #19

Done Smiley Thanks for bumping and giving me the update.
Read February 01, 2011, 04:24:47 PM #20

In case anyone cares, this machine is still working A-OK. No problems to report.
Read June 15, 2012, 04:19:59 PM #21

For any interested parties, the Zeppoz arcade is undergoing some changes; it's turning into a redemption arcade...

Over the past several weeks they've been losing a few things like Time Crisis, the pinball machines, and the Star Wars Podracing game. There are like, 6 machines left in the arcade right now.

Good news is that DDR SuperNOVA is still there and working fine. 1P side is great, 2P side feels a bit stiff but it probably just hasn't been worked in as much. No word on whether it will stay, but I imagine if they were planning to get rid of it they would've done so by now; it's the largest game there at the moment (aside from the air hockey table).

They're bringing in skee ball...

don't get me wrong i love a game of skee ball every once in a while
but that's not going to keep me coming back regularly. Sad

I wrote a haiku;

Zeppoz get update
become redemption arcade
need more music game

« Last Edit: June 15, 2012, 04:22:21 PM by andrew »
Read June 15, 2012, 04:27:36 PM #22

Oh man, that WOULD suck if they got rid of that DDR machine. That would be the last one left in the area.

Like you said, I don't think they would. DDR and Air Hockey were always the two machines being constantly used on busy nights. I mean, come on, DDR goes with ANY kind of arcade, right?
Read June 20, 2012, 11:12:09 AM #23

Well, I just dropped by planning to get a few games in and I happened to arrive just as they were setting up all the new machines.


I'm very happy about this, as long as they keep the machine in good condition (seen a lot about X and X2 platforms breaking down). I've played like two games on an X2 machine because the one at Gameworks Seattle has had a bum side (1P side IIRC).

Not sure what the cost per play is yet, but I am planning to go check the place out again tonight to see if everything is up and running. Sure hope it's still $0.75 but I'm doubtful, haha.

Besides the X2 machine, the only other things there were the Fruit Ninja touchscreen game (Fruit Ninja FX I think it's called?), air hockey table (I think it's new, not sure), and then a bunch of others still in boxes or wrapped up. After seeing X2, it raises my hopes that they listened to my suggestions and picked up a few other music games (T3, IIDX, etc) but considering the size of the place, I don't know. We'll see when I visit again! I'm excited! Waho~!

Looks like you (Suko), f1sh, rain, and whoever else have to come back and claim your high scores again!
Read June 20, 2012, 12:23:56 PM #24

Bwa ha ha ha. Rain's score are were still there, eh? I don't think he's been back to Pullman since he graduated in '08. He and I are both surprised our scores were still all over that machine (and the one at Bumpers before it left). I will likely be heading to Pullman sometime this summer, and I will do my best to swing by and get a few AAA's before I go.
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