Hey again ATS. I browse this site everyday but never post- I hate my username, my points are all messed up, and talking about my contact experience
here seems to belittle it. I've always used the internet to play, discuss and buy games, but what happened to me was no game. Which is ironic because
I do have a videogame to thank (blame) for helping me reach the right mind state to have a legit paranormal experience. It's called Beatmania
The granddaddy of all music games. It has an extremely sharp learning curve, I remember reading an article on one of my music gaming forums about how
no one can be good at first. It takes about 3 weeks of playing to grow the synapses required to recognize the more challenging note patterns.
So this is how I meditate. Once I'm warmed up something else takes over the action leaving me free to explore my inner thoughts. About 9 and a half
years ago I was playing the most recent mix (11 Red) when they actually freakin came for me. Here's my old MUFON sighting report
Don't take the seizure warning at the loading screen lightly.
Because of all this I really embraced my love for music games. I own nearly 200. Most of them are Konami PS2 imports. But nowadays they're all on the
Vita (or PlayStation TV). I am currently playing:
Hatsune Miku- Project Divas/ Mirai
charming little games. It took me years to get this vocaloid fad, its more about self-discovery than partying. Something about the whole 'robots
searching for their souls' thing really attracts me
Hardcore DJ game. Last I checked I'm #12 on the leaderboards
Taiko no Tatsujin V
cute drum game. it has a solid songlist but i found no middle ground. songs are either too easy or too hard
Persona 4: Dancing all Night
my game of the year. Also most expensive, cost me over $100 after the DLC. But worth every cent. There's just so much meaning, you can see it in the
song titles- Reach out to the Truth, Pursuing my True Self, and Next Chance to Move On come to mind.
so yeah I just wanted to make a general music gaming thread to see what (if any) rhythm games ATSers play.