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Post by Jeff Jeff Revolution » Fri Nov 23, 2007 12:13 am

lgolem wrote:Cause it shows arrows attacking buildings and such.
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Post by WhiteDragon » Fri Nov 23, 2007 12:25 am

"Then we shall dance in the shade!" :evil:
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Post by Bloody Riot » Fri Nov 23, 2007 4:05 am

It's a SRPG in a dancing game!!!

O_o wait what?

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Post by CgSquall » Fri Nov 23, 2007 6:38 pm

...Pump it Up like Conquest mode on Soul Calibur 2 would..be..amazing.

I would suddenly appear in any arcade that had NX2..a LOT.

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Post by Riot » Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:03 pm

PIU: Tactics
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Post by chocobojoe » Sun Nov 25, 2007 5:40 pm

PIU 11: Online


btw this will be worlds beyond better than PIU Pro amirite?

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Post by FLAKK » Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:21 pm

urgui from ph.online.net wrote:Yahpp:
Solitary 1.5 (USB Play Song)
Pumptris Quattro
Faster Z

Seo Taiji 'n Boys:
Come Back Home
It's My B

Seo Taiji:
Feel my soul

Mina - Get my phone call
Bada - VIP
Gil Gun - A.U. Ready?
Joanne - Shinny Day
015B - Very old couple
Bae Chi Gi - Nice to meet you
No Brain - You fall in me!
Crying Nut - Astral Song
Hot Potato - No Despair (USB Play Song)
PIA - Maelstorm
May - Compuction
HEadTriP - Beat No.4
Wonder Girls - Tell me

Sonic Dimension:
Chopstix
Groovin' Motion

Elpis - Dance Vibration
ZigZag - Energizer
Oscillators - Dance All Night

Banya Production:
Guitar Man
Money
Jam o' Beat
Beat the Ghost
Caprice of Otada
Higgledy Piggledy
Monkey Fingers 2
K-POP SAMPLING. GOGOGOGO...
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Post by lgolem » Tue Nov 27, 2007 8:26 pm

FLAKK wrote:
urgui from ph.online.net wrote: Solitary 1.5 (USB Play Song)
Monkey Fingers 2
WHAT? :?: :shock: :?: :shock: :?: :shock: :?: :shock: :?:

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Post by Bloody Riot » Wed Nov 28, 2007 1:13 am

This is gonna be hawt :D

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Post by FLAKK » Thu Nov 29, 2007 12:11 pm

Tell Me by Wonder Girls is now only in the Korean build of NX2. Solitary 1.5 and No Despair look to be unlocks through the USB system.

http://www.piugame.com/tempst_bbs/en/bo ... =1&no=3606
PIU MASTER from piugame.com wrote:we are really sorry but you can't play the Korean only song because of copyright matter. Thus you can't find out Korean language in the menu because we have two different versions(Korean & international) not to make any trouble.
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Post by Ho » Thu Nov 29, 2007 12:56 pm

That's a bummer.

I wonder if this means they'll actually be more diligent about cleaning up after themselves with regard to all the "extra" stuff that's been left in previous game builds--like the five orphaned songs in NX.
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Post by MonMotha » Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:45 pm

So is this no longer an "International" dance floor? The whole point of that concept was that the game was identical internationally.
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Post by ShammerS » Thu Nov 29, 2007 6:44 pm

MonMotha wrote:So is this no longer an "International" dance floor? The whole point of that concept was that the game was identical internationally.
It seems the game is still international, as long as you don't live in Korea (or own the Korean version).

I wonder what has changed between the two. Are the differences between the two types solely song selection, or are there interface differences as well?

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Post by FLAKK » Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:40 am

The only known difference is the one song, though I am sure they have not cleaned up after themselves when they took the song out.

Here is the NM chart for Tell Me:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCQbxrQKeyo

I love the song, but the chart can die in a fire with all of its speed changes/stops.
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Post by Ho » Fri Nov 30, 2007 6:34 am

I see they actually used the music video...

I'm not sure if it's just the angle of the camera that shot the video, but the interface (and even the video) don't look stretched. They actually seem to be properly formatted for the 16:9 aspect. I seem to recall the music video is widescreen--or at least letterboxed.

I wonder if this means they actually have selectable 4:3 and 16:9 modes to match the cabinet monitor. The interface is easy enough to "fix" without stretching, but I wonder what they did with all the old 4:3 background videos and if any/all of the new videos are native 16:9.

Pro seemed to just stretch all the videos. Given that most Pump backgrounds aren't live video, it wasn't exceptionally objectionable. But as a video purist, I'd prefer they just barn door them. There are several letterboxed videos in 4:3 already, so they don't seem to have a strong aversion to black bars.
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