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Post #881 · Posted at 2019-03-30 02:27:53pm 2.7 weeks ago

Offline Silver Spirit
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Every mix since Max2 except DDR X has had at least one chart exclusive to nonstop/challenging mode. Hope this mix doesn't go down the X route. (Or am I remembering wrong?)
...Huh? That definitely wasn't a thing in either of the SuperNOVA games (unless you're thinking of Beautiful Life, which I'm pretty sure you could play regularly in the time it was available), and in Extreme the only charts that were exclusive to Nonstop/Challenge were glitch charts like LOVE SHINE Challenge. X2 didn't have any of that either; sure, course mode was the only way to play Valkyrie dimension Standard for a little while, but that eventually was fully unlocked.

Post #882 · Posted at 2019-03-30 03:49:41pm 2.7 weeks ago

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Every mix since Max2 except DDR X has had at least one chart exclusive to nonstop/challenging mode. Hope this mix doesn't go down the X route. (Or am I remembering wrong?)
...Huh? That definitely wasn't a thing in either of the SuperNOVA games (unless you're thinking of Beautiful Life, which I'm pretty sure you could play regularly in the time it was available), and in Extreme the only charts that were exclusive to Nonstop/Challenge were glitch charts like LOVE SHINE Challenge. X2 didn't have any of that either; sure, course mode was the only way to play Valkyrie dimension Standard for a little while, but that eventually was fully unlocked.
Sorry, should have said "exclusive for at least some period of time" before the mix was fully unlocked. Then Extreme had SakuraChallenge (which is the source of Challenge being easier than Heavy), Supernova had ChaosChallenge/FaxxChallenge/HDVChallenge, Supernova 2 had PlutoChallenge and Pluto RelinquishChallenge, X2 had Zeta, Vanessa, and Mei, and X3 had Tohoku EvolvedStandard and London EvolvedChallenge. The only mix I remember not having nonstop/challenging-exclusive charts for any length of time is X.

Post #883 · Posted at 2019-03-30 04:20:03pm 2.7 weeks ago

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Quote: Zowayix
Sorry, should have said "exclusive for at least some period of time" before the mix was fully unlocked. Then Extreme had SakuraChallenge (which is the source of Challenge being easier than Heavy), Supernova had ChaosChallenge/FaxxChallenge/HDVChallenge, Supernova 2 had PlutoChallenge and Pluto RelinquishChallenge, X2 had Zeta, Vanessa, and Mei, and X3 had Tohoku EvolvedStandard and London EvolvedChallenge. The only mix I remember not having nonstop/challenging-exclusive charts for any length of time is X.

The only time Extreme had a chart exclusive to Challenge mode while the song itself could be accessed outside of it was PSMO. When Sakura's challenge chart was playable in Challenge mode, that was the ONLY way to play the song itself (the same also applied to Xenon, which was right after it in the same course).

I didn't really follow the later mixes, so I don't know if that really applies to them.

Post #884 · Posted at 2019-03-30 08:02:29pm 2.7 weeks ago

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Every mix since Max2 except DDR X has had at least one chart exclusive to nonstop/challenging mode. Hope this mix doesn't go down the X route. (Or am I remembering wrong?)
...Huh? That definitely wasn't a thing in either of the SuperNOVA games (unless you're thinking of Beautiful Life, which I'm pretty sure you could play regularly in the time it was available), and in Extreme the only charts that were exclusive to Nonstop/Challenge were glitch charts like LOVE SHINE Challenge. X2 didn't have any of that either; sure, course mode was the only way to play Valkyrie dimension Standard for a little while, but that eventually was fully unlocked.
Sorry, should have said "exclusive for at least some period of time" before the mix was fully unlocked. Then Extreme had SakuraChallenge (which is the source of Challenge being easier than Heavy), Supernova had ChaosChallenge/FaxxChallenge/HDVChallenge, Supernova 2 had PlutoChallenge and Pluto RelinquishChallenge, X2 had Zeta, Vanessa, and Mei, and X3 had Tohoku EvolvedStandard and London EvolvedChallenge. The only mix I remember not having nonstop/challenging-exclusive charts for any length of time is X.

Just a minor thing, kakumei was an 8 on challenge vs it’s 9 on heavy. Challenge charts have always been flexible on difficulty vs it’s heavy counterpart, it wasn’t a change for extreme Smile

Post #885 · Posted at 2019-04-02 03:46:25pm 2.3 weeks ago

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I'm loving all these doubles charts

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