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andrew
Read June 22, 2012, 04:55:12 PM #26

the new arcade officially opened today! they're using a card based system now, no cost to acquire / activate a card though.

DDR X2 is $1.00 per play.

Volume was low, so I asked them to turn it up. Then it started to get kind of busy and the sound was drowned out again. I mentioned it to the folks at the counter on my way out and they said they would turn it up some more. Not much else to say; it's brand new.
As everyone knows, the new Betson platforms don't feel as good. Just have to get used to it though, I suppose.

Probably gonna go play again tomorrow and put in the unlock codes while I'm at it.
 
Domistar
Read June 22, 2012, 06:19:56 PM #27

I wish I could go out there to play with someone. There's not many people to play out here in Spokane. (Well None)
 
Suko
Read July 09, 2012, 09:57:28 AM #28

Andrew, are there any regular players in the Pullman/Moscow area anymore? I know when I was there (2003 - 2008) players tended to come and go, but there were usually at least 2-5 of us at any time that played regularly.

I only visit that area about once or twice a year, but I sometimes see some people playing on the machine at Zeppos every now and then. This gives me some hope that there's still some kind of a DDR scene at WSU.
 
andrew
Read July 10, 2012, 07:31:37 AM #29

As far as I know, no. Since I started playing again in April or so, I've only seen one other person playing and that was last Thursday. I drop in a few times a week, sometimes early afternoon, sometimes late afternoon, but rarely past 6PM, so it's very possible I'm just not there at the right time.
 
Suko
Read July 10, 2012, 08:47:40 AM #30

That's too bad. The next time I'm visiting Pullman, I'll try and remember to post on here before I go play at Zeppos for "old times sake".
 
andrew
Read August 10, 2012, 08:59:21 PM #31

threw a pnwbemani tag on the X2 cab, hopefully can hook a few players and find some other regulars.
 
Smoke
Read August 15, 2012, 08:38:06 PM #32

I'd love to go, but that's quite the drive for me.

I used to drive 1.5 hours to Spokane just to play DDR and it was definitely worth it at the time.

Now I'm old(er) and not as motivated.
 
Suko
Read August 16, 2012, 03:49:12 PM #33

I'll be in the PuMo area (Pullman/Moscow) this weekend. I don't think I'll be playing DDR the entire time (mostly visiting familiar places and cycling on the glorious paved trails in the area), but I do plan on going by Zeppos and putting a few scores on the machine.

Don't worry, I'm so out of practice that anything I can get SHOULDN'T stay on there for too long. Think of it as a motivator...something to attack. =D

Edit: Why did you have to close Bumpers!? I miss you so...
 
andrew
Read August 27, 2012, 07:37:35 PM #34

are you around here, addie-u? I was playing today and saw a few scores set under that name.
 
andrew
Read September 09, 2012, 05:07:59 PM #35

1P top arrow and 2P right arrow are both acting up, firing at random and sticking (1P is in worse shape, top arrow basically stays constantly lit). I mentioned it to the folks at the counter and they wrote it down, but who knows if/when it will get fixed.
 
Suko
Read September 09, 2012, 08:35:33 PM #36

I broke your pad. >_>'
 
andrew
Read September 09, 2012, 09:26:40 PM #37

lol, the 2P side didn't start acting up until just today AFAIK. 1P side has been misfiring for a while now, and in very bad shape for ~2 weeks or so.
 
andrew
Read May 10, 2013, 07:47:42 AM #38

I've been stopping in again once in a while as I have more time. Unfortunately, the 1P top arrow is super stuck and now the 2P left is also sticking pretty badly. 2P right is slightly unresponsive still.

I'm assuming they've done maintenance and repair, as everything was fine over some of my visits the past few months. They inevitably end up sticking again though, usually by my next visit, lol. I always mention the problems to the folks at the front counter, hopefully one of these days they'll just replace the sensors and stuff with new parts.
 
Suko
Read May 10, 2013, 10:01:50 AM #39

I hope so. I usually try to visit over the summer and it'd be nice if the machine was working.
 
Suko
Read October 13, 2015, 01:58:29 PM #40

Just visited on Oct 11th 2015 and this machine is mostly unplayable. The 1P side's right arrow would get stuck for 10+ seconds and I was barely able to pass anything. The 2P side is better, but no where near what I consider "reasonable" for a dance game. It would be nearly impossible to AAA anything with the state of these pads.
 
Suko
Read May 29, 2018, 02:53:44 PM #41

I don't know if it's for sale or not, but someone needs to rescue this DDR X2 machine from Zeppoz.



This used to be a great place to play DDR back in the mid 2000's, but since they swapped out the old SuperNova machine with this one, it hasn't seemed to work well at all. Every time I visited, it would be in a pretty poor state or barely playable. It seems they finally just gave up on it and shoved it into a corner.

I can only hope that someone can reach out to whoever the owner is and make this thing playable again.
 
AndyBurnsDDR
Read May 31, 2018, 02:43:02 PM #42

Wow If i could get this for less than 1k I would totally buy it. Despite how terrible the pads actually are and the hardware It would still be a fun project to make nice.
 
 
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