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Tsukikage 03-05-2007 01:54 PM

Hey, has anyone else played either of these two games?
I first tried them in Japan, and I have to say, im addicted even now (after a year away) I still cant wait to play Guitar Freaks again!
I just bought the soundtrack the other day too! Exciting stuff:p

Gwen_Goth 03-05-2007 02:08 PM

haha - i SO failed at drum mania xD - played in Osaka against my mum's buisness partner; he found it funny atleast :p

as for guitar freaks - one of the clubs here has it; its even harder when drunk - especilly if you dont know how to play guitar in the first place :p

Tsukikage 03-05-2007 02:21 PM

wow, if I tried playing it while drunk in japan, id get really funny looks, im not sure.
I think there may be a GF in london too, but havent yet gone to find it haha:D
Ur lucky to have one so close though

Tsukikage 03-24-2007 10:35 AM

Just got the soundtrack yesterday!
its excellent!

CoolNard 03-03-2008 03:28 PM

From what I recently discovered, there's a new game - DigiBand. Operated by Linux, created by Seijinohki Soft (Joe Wall), it's a sort of merge between Guitar Freaks and Drum Mania. Aside from the usual functions, it has triple-player options - for both G.F. & D.M., coupled with a wide range of levels (meaning a variety of button combos) you can play the individual songs on. The file formats are also accepted in gda, dtx and its own digiband formats.

DigiBand by: Seijinohki Soft

P.S. I really need a pc gameplay recorder for drummania. Fraps doesn't work well for me because it lags the whole game while recording, rendering the outcome in pretty bad shape, since it records the lag too (no qualms about the end product there :p). I've also tried CamStudio; it doesn't have that problem of disruption during the process, but, apparently, the recording might be having trouble keeping up with the fast pace of the gameplay, so the output's just as bad. The trouble's either the synchronization of the visual and audio aspects, and frame distribution per second, or some other screw-ups, all probably due to the intense/speedy pace of the gameplay. Constructive recommendations, advice, encouragement would be much appreciated. ^^

Rinnegato 05-05-2008 11:06 AM

Sorry for gravedigging, but I wanted to ask a thing about this game:
Is playing drummania at least close to play a real drum?
I wish to learn to play it but I don't have enough space for a real drum, so, I was wondering about buying it.

By the way: Sorry for my english

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