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on: July 16, 2012, 05:43:48 PM  Top
Started by Laura, Message by Keby
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Pump it Up will attract Pump it Up players. No thanks. Lips sealed

 
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on: July 16, 2012, 11:59:59 AM  Top
Started by Laura, Message by xenonscreams
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Pump it Up will attract Pump it Up players. No thanks. Lips sealed
 
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on: April 09, 2012, 05:26:57 PM  Top
Started by Laura, Message by Laura
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As some of you discovered at Sakuracon, Bill Masterman has recently come into possession of a Pump It Up FX cabinet with NX installed.  His goal is to eventually purchase the newest upgrade when it comes out and put the machine at ACME, but it will be several months before that happens.  In the meanwhile, he asked that I post this poll to see whether people would be interest in having NX replace Supernova 2 at ACME in the immediate term.  

Please keep this thread on topic; discussion about anything other than replacing Supernova 2 with Pump NX (other machines you'd like to see at ACME, your distaste for the giant crane, etc.,) all still goes in the ACME Bowl thread. Smiley
 
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on: April 10, 2012, 10:28:20 AM  Top
Started by Laura, Message by Laura
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On another note, there was a Pump It Up machine at ACME before, and Bill got rid of it due to 'free credit' issues, if I recall correctly.  It would be good to make sure this new machine doesn't have those same issues before putting it on site.


I am pretty sure that the "free credit" issues were software-based and specific to Pump It Up: Pro.  This is a good point, though; it is worth some thorough testing.

As for the speakers, I agree that as it stands now, the setup with the dance games is sub-ideal.  That said, I do have reason to believe that Andamiro cabinets have better speaker systems than the Betson-made DDR cabinets, so we may find that it is actually better with Pump than it is with DDR. Smiley
 
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on: April 10, 2012, 08:51:19 AM  Top
Started by Laura, Message by Nykkel
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Considering that with two dance games, the machines are pointing at each other such that only one of the two is really audible (if they're both being played at the same time), I'm not sure where he'd put a third one.  I find that on the DDR machine, I mostly need to stick to songs that are already musically familiar, to make up for not really being able to hear it while ITG is (almost always) in use.

On another note, there was a Pump It Up machine at ACME before, and Bill got rid of it due to 'free credit' issues, if I recall correctly.  It would be good to make sure this new machine doesn't have those same issues before putting it on site.

I think everyone would prefer all 3 machines if it were possible. Smiley  Based on my conversations with Bill, I am assuming that it is not, but I can totally cross my fingers that we all end up pleasantly surprised!
 
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