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February 11, 2007, 02:56:44 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

Not to be eclipsed by the larger player base in Spokane, I'm hoping to use this topic for news, players, and tournaments all related to the Pullman/Moscow bemani scene. I'm creating this post to try and bring together the players in this region and to help those who're new to the area find out how to get active with the rest of us in the DDR/ITG scene.

Here's a list of those currently playing in the area:

Suko (Scott)
Rainault (Dan)
Beat (Jason)
Bad (Brian)
Soto (Mike)
LogN (Logan)
Miro (Mike)
F1sh (Marlon)

I'm hoping that some of the other players might add their own posts here in the future.

Currently, a couple of us meet on Tue, Thu, and Sat at Bumpers III to play some DDR SN. If you go to the ITG2 machine at UI you're sure to meet Beat, Brian, or Soto, they're always there.
Read April 01, 2007, 02:52:04 PM #1

Hey add me to the list.

F1sh (Marlon)

I'm at WSU, and go to Zeppos and sometimes Bumpers. Does anybody else play IIDX or Pop'n? I made myself a nice Pop'n ASC a little while ago and I'm starting to become decent at the game.

The stained wood one is mine, while I made the blue one for my friend. If anybody wants to get together for some Pop'n music or IIDX, I'm down.
Read April 02, 2007, 11:13:30 AM #2

I'm sorta into BM IIDX, but jesus it has a steep learning curve. As far as Popin...can't say I've ever tried, but honestly it doesn't look too interesting to me either.
Read April 02, 2007, 11:47:53 AM #3

Lawl, Pop'n'Music is actually a hell of a lot of fun!  You should try it at least once =p
Read April 02, 2007, 05:11:31 PM #4

I loved me some Pop'n about a year and ago. Had an official ASC (that thing was balls expensive, too), loved the christ out of it until I had to sell it to pay the rent. One of these days I'll get around to building my own, but I think that'll be after I get my DJ Dao IIDX controller.
Read April 03, 2007, 02:57:12 AM #5

Those DJ Dao IIDX ASCs are NIIICE looking. I especially like the accent lights around the turn table. I prefer Pop'n over IIDX though, so unless I have a lot of extra cash lying around I'll probably stick with my USKOC.
Read April 05, 2007, 01:42:33 PM #6


Yep, you heard it right. I've been going to school here in Pullman the last 4 years. The first two were packed full of DDR goodness with tournaments at least a couple times a year and very competitive players who played all the time. Within the last two years however, the community seems to have diminished significantly and there hasn't been a good tournament in months (years?). I don't know if I'll be back for grad school next year, so since this may be my last year here I want to go out with an awesome DDR tournament.

Info can be found in the DDR Supernova Tournament topic on the Eastern WA/Idaho forum page.
Read September 15, 2010, 02:08:21 PM #7

What the frick? There are two college towns located within a 15 minute drive of each other with a total student population approaching 40,000 people. You'd think there would be at least one or two people who play bemani games in that area who have a presence online.
Read September 16, 2010, 03:27:27 AM #8

People who know how to use computers go to UW.

Read September 16, 2010, 08:52:56 AM #9

Meh. I never got into the whole rivalry thing. I loved my school and had fun playing didder with the people I met there. Unfortunately, it seems like there're no newcomers to the genre to replace people like Dan, Tom, and I once we left.

Plus, we've got Cougar Cheese and Grizzly Bears! Take that UW!
Read September 16, 2010, 04:00:58 PM #10

I know, I know, I was just having some fun. Wink You can buy a snuggie in both Cougar and Huskie prints, so they must be equally fine institutions of learning.

It is freaking weird that there aren't more ddr players at such a big university, though. I could always find 1 or 2 at whatever high school, and high schools are small.
Read August 16, 2012, 04:54:52 PM #11

*Suko casts Resurrection*

I already mentioned it in another thread, but I'll be visiting Pullman this weekend. I doubt I'll know exactly when I'll be at Zeppos, but if I can, I'll try to give everyone (Andrew) a heads up by posting here.
Read August 16, 2012, 07:38:24 PM #12

It would be nice to meet ya! I live within a few minutes walking distance and I don't really have any solid weekend plans at the moment, so feel free to shoot me a PM whenever you go to play.

edit: also I wish I was around when IIDX and Pop'n were being played! Man, I have not met one person here that has shown significant interest in any music game.

« Last Edit: August 17, 2012, 05:36:51 PM by andrew »
Read August 17, 2012, 09:12:19 AM #13

I'll try to do that. Alternatively, if you want me to txt ya, just shoot me your phone # in a PM and I'll try and do that.
Read August 21, 2012, 01:38:00 PM #14

I got some game time with Andrew at Zeppos. It was pretty fun, but I just cannot adjust to the timing/lag/visual latency/whatever that X/X2/X3 has. Those HDTVs just mess with me WAY too bad.
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