Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

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Re: ITG Marathons or Why Must I Punish Myself

Post by SoDeepPolaris » Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:59 pm

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Re: ITG Marathons or Why Must I Punish Myself

Post by ImuyumI » Thu Jun 14, 2012 6:57 pm

Barely passed Breaking Point Normal, I hate the end of Hardcore of the North...
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And I passed Energy Intense. Tension is a beast trying to push through that beginning part. Gotta love the funny percentage I got.
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Re: ITG Marathons or Why Must I Punish Myself

Post by ImuyumI » Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:04 am

Passed the bastard Normal Nightmare course. Need about +3 Stamina & +4 Tech if I want to pull off the Intense version. I still need to beat Vertex^2 Expert first without mods if I intend to beat it modded on a course. :/

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Re: ITG Marathons or Why Must I Punish Myself

Post by ImuyumI » Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:10 am

Chimera CZ - 168 misses - D

I can die a happy person. If I can beat Vertex^2, I'd definately be estatic.

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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by Ho » Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:24 am

Congratulations! You are both more skilled and more dedicated than I.

Also, be happy but please don't die if you pass Vertex^2. :)
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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by ImuyumI » Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:54 am

Well, in all sincerity, the main reason I still play rhythm games is that it's fun exercise, so I try and do that 3 times a week (whether ITG or PiU). But, it's nice to have goals, so I still want to beat Vertex^2 so that I can say I've beaten all the ITG songs.

The last real goal was to get a 96% on all 9 footers and then work on 10 & 11 footers, but the machine went sour and I had stopped playing ITG for a while.

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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by SoDeepPolaris » Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:48 am

V^2 is all about knowing the speed changes. Get those and you should be good.
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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by Merk » Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:33 pm

You could always just play V^2 with a C400 speed mod and learn the rhythm that way before playing it with regular speed mods. When I clear shit like Bag on extra stage it's not because I can read it - it's just because I have a good handle on how the rhythm goes.
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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by ImuyumI » Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:41 am

I do V^2 like I do Vertex, 1.5x on Mini. The thing that always screw up is holding down the arrows in the beginning and then paying for the lack of health bar when I have to do the speed intensive runs near the middle & end. Gonna shoot for it tomorrow and see if I can also beat Bloodrush again.

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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by ImuyumI » Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:57 pm

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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by Ho » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:18 am

ImuyumI wrote:I AAAed refinancing my house. AAAed like a boss.
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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by ImuyumI » Wed Feb 27, 2013 8:02 am

An update on random ITG accomplishments, I cleared two more marathon courses.

I beat Chill Out Normal, which was a pain because I kept losing on Twilight because I could never read one of three parts that kept killing me, and then I luckily had enough bar to survive not remembering it had triple & quad hits at the end. I also passed the Hard marathon that had High/We Know What To Do/Know Your Enemy/Robotix. I kept losing on Robotix because I can't read Reverse well enough to tackle it successfully.

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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by ImuyumI » Mon Aug 12, 2013 9:41 am

I beat Silver Surfer on NES. Had to share.

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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by Merk » Mon Aug 12, 2013 9:55 am

How many times did you die? Was it in 4 figures?
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Re: Chimera is finally dead. Now to enter the Vertex^2.

Post by ImuyumI » Mon Aug 12, 2013 1:04 pm

Merk wrote:How many times did you die? Was it in 4 figures?
Enough. Practicing the game, I died over a hundred times. During the official first win over the game, I died about 7 times, but no continues. Hoping to do a no death run for Wednesday's show.

It's sad for a game to give a good amount of one ups, but amount to nothing in the end.

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