Ahhhhh, mail day.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by BrianB, Mar 26, 2002.

  1. BrianB

    BrianB Producer

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    I love mail-day. Two nice big packages from my friend in London containing GTA2 (DC), Wipeout 3SE (PSX) & Keio Flying Squadron 2 (SAT), as well as a copy of the Edge 100 special magazine.
    But the pride & joy out of the package is my Beatmania + controller for the PSX [​IMG] DJ Bairdy rocks the house [​IMG]
     
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    Yes you might be able to DJ and play the Maracas, but can you dance?

    BTW - i wish I had WipeOut 3 SE.
     
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    my pads are not modded buy I seem do ok on them...wish I had money when Konami was selling the arcade pads for the home, although they were $1800.
     
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    If you have money now you could get an "arcade perfect" Beat Gear pad for $350-$400.
    www.beat-gear.com (most of the info is on the forums)
    My modded soft pads are quite sufficient for my current level. I can get A's on catas with them, and I'm not too interested in straight perfects.
     
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    Looks good, but the mails on the forum are scary...
     
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    well the fact that they are being made in Peru and then shipped to the US and then distributed makes me wonder...but I personally know people who have plunked down money on these things last year and are wondering if they will ever see their money again, much less the pad.
     

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