On the topic of making DDR appeal to GH refugees.

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Post #21 · Posted at 2012-06-10 07:59:48am 5.6 years ago

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I actually think the edits are intended more to speed up just the arcade version, but were also applied to the home versions mainly so they could be arcade-accurate. Until DDR II came around, it felt like they just stuck with that pattern.
5th mix included a few longer songs to test player reaction to the idea (2 new songs and 2 popular Konami Originals). Since they didn't appear again after that, it didn't seem to have gone over too well.

Post #22 · Posted at 2012-06-10 11:38:57am 5.6 years ago

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Are you kidding me?

99% of players I've known are like "Win are yu doing this again plz/?/?/?/" About the only person I've heard vocalized against long versions is Arctic Wolves (IIRC), about it being like playing the same DDR-cut song/chart twice in a row. And I've seen nothing but enthusiasm about the BEMANI albums featuring full-length 3-5 minute versions of these songs.

Post #23 · Posted at 2012-06-10 11:58:29am 5.6 years ago

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"Give me a steady beat."
I think Arctic Wolf was referring to a specific KO in DDR II... which was two copies of the same song stapled together.
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