Dance Dance Revolution on Xbox!

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  1. AaronArmstrong

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    thats damn good news if it turns out to be true, especially the Xbox Live info.
     
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    [​IMG] I thought we were getting some sort of double data rate memory.

    ...oh well.
     
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    Will it have dance pads? If so, then I need an X-Box for this, too.
     
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    Woop!

    Won't do any good without a dance pad though. Wonder if Red Octane will be able to modify theirs?

    Maybe Samba d'Amigo with the Maraccas will come out for the xbox as well???
     
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    Isn't there a thing that allows you to use PS2 controllers on X-Box? You could just use one of those with the dance pads.
     
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    It better be true... It better be true... KoA seem to have been /very/ quiet on this, which isn't like them generally. Wonder if it was supposed to be a secret until E3.

    Interestingly, EB have this listed for release around the same time.
     
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    Oh man Team Fortress 2! I wonder if those screenshots are from the actual game? Since it was at E3, what, 4 years ago? Figured Valve would have went through an engine change or 2 by now. It still looks good, but it could be a whole lot better. Either way I still can't wait to play it.
     
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    Man... this will make it harder to dump Xbox Live now... but I think I might wait to see if they put the downloadable content on an exhibition disk later.

    Ugh. Now I'll have to shop for a PS2 to Xbox adapter for my dance pads.

    Glen
     
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    Gaming Age have posted the box art and some more details, as well as confirming Silent Scope for the XBox ...

    "DDR Xbox is set to have Xbox Live compatibility to let players download new songs, characters, and dance steps. The game will include all new songs, a work out mode, and edit mode to customize dance steps. It's unclear whether DDR Xbox will feature competitive play via Xbox Live.

    Silent Scope Complete is a three-game compilation of the series, featuring Silent Scope 1, 2, and 3. The game will include light gun support, though it's unknown whether Konami will create a new peripheral for the title.

    DDR Xbox is scheduled for release on 10.21.03, while Silent Scope Complete will hit on 11.4.03. Check out the new box art below and stay tuned for more info on both titles next month at E3."
     
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    What DDR XBox REALLY needs is an edit mode that lets you take music on the HD and make your own steps!
     
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    Hah! Good idea Jeff. I know my sis would love to get down with N'Sync. [​IMG] I hope the mapping for the PS2 --> Xbox adapters is the same, meaning the correct mat button is the same for Xbox. I'd hate to buy all new mats for a seperate console.
     
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    There's a different game for PC that allows you to make your own dance steps and even songs (you can put a song in the game and make steps for it). It works EXACTLY like DDR, and you can even use a special adapter to use dance pads to play it.

    An edit mode in DDR for consoles would be kinda hard to use, methinks.
     
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    you mean PUMP morgan?

    It wouldn't be hard to use at all. you have to establish the BPM of the song is all
     
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    you mean PUMP morgan?

    It wouldn't be hard to use at all. you have to establish the BPM of the song is all
     
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    i found an excellent program called
    Dance With Intensity. Google it and you'll be impressed!
     
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    I think it was a PC version of BeatMania or something. I'll ask a friend what it was.
     

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