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Title: Dance Dance Aggravation
Posted: March 30, 2007 (11:24 PM)
As I mentionned in my previous blog entry, I got DDR Universe on the 360. I'm new to the series and this is my first time playing DDR. I play on Basic diffuculty and I'm not that bad. Problem is, Basic is getting a bit too easy and I can't keep up for **** on Difficult. There are just too many arrows coming at my at once and I can't keep up, even if I go into training mode and lower the speed.

Another problem is the damn Quest Mode. It's an abomination from the depths of Lucifer's playground. NOTHING is explained and you're just sort of left there to complete annoying and sometimes seemingly-impossible challenges. You completely randomly unlock songs and videos and the whole **** mode is plain broken. Other than that, the game money well spent.

If you play this game and can help me get better with some tips, PLEASE let me know. I really want to get good at this game and keep playing regularly, as with my busy schedule it's one of the few ways I can keep remotely active.

In other news, I present to you this offering of photoshopped goodness in exchange for cake and a third leg:

Before and After

My friends stopped sending me pictures of themselves :(

I wonder why?

Lastly, listen to "Grace Kelly" by Mika. If you don't, I'll assume you like punching puppies in the face.

GenjUser: Genj
Posted: March 31, 2007 (08:57 AM)
Grace Kelly is a terrible, poppish, wannabe-Freddie Mercury nightmare.

sansnameUser: sansname
Posted: March 31, 2007 (09:03 AM)
Get out.

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