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I'm really unsure if i should get this pack, i mean if the only strong thing is chart quality over difficulty then i don't know if there is a point for me to get this pack, i played tons and tons of quality charts in osu and they were not fun to me at all, stuff like the yolomania or NBSJ or hi19 packs were a hella fun tho, and they still had some quality but had it's way around to being ''hard'' (p.s, hard x semi quality =fun in my book) so yeah, maybe i can use this pack as a Judge 7 practice?
lol a high quality file isn't high quality unless it's difficult.
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Second set of reviews, link to my first set.

All the files in this pack are quality, so instead of reviewing each file I’m just going to note what I think are some of the standout files.

I play without mines because I’m a stubborn old curmudgeon. Sorry Tsuka, I did try a few files with mines on but I am just too set in my ways now.

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Dr. Wily Stage 1 (Scylaax) - Patterning was super fun
Castle Bleck (MTO): Really enjoyed this one, sick little bursts and patterns during holds
Factory Stage (cedo) - You’re killin it with these man

Fantastic Theater (Antronach) - What a jam. Your file was almost as fun to play as the song was to listen to

Fiercest Train (Nullifidian) - Well since there was already a Dream Theater file, it only makes sense that there should be a DJ Sharpnel file too! I enjoyed the majority of the file, felt it kinda lost steam towards the end though. Still a highlight for me

Final Boss (hi19hi19) - Fun 24th bursts and polyrhythms on the oni

Frontier Brain (Scylaax) - Now those are some inventive jumpstreams! Damn I really like this file, went back and played it on slower rates just to better understand and appreciate the patterns, great stuff

Gaze Out Over the Sea (Dj_Ossa) - Big fan of the oni, beautiful song, great sync, and fun one hand trill to cap it off

Gerudo Valley (Cedolad & MarioNintendo) - Fuck yea, I think that’s all I need to say

God's Garden (MacGravel) - Great song, fun, tasteful steps. I love me some PR.

Goon Twins (Nullifidian) - One of the crispiest feelings in SM is switching between 24ths, 16ths and 32nds, and this is chock full of that goodness. This file is brutal and maximalist in a good way

Ground Theme - Underground Theme (MarioNintendo) - You can definitely trust Nintendo to pump out the best remixes. Ground theme oni was godlike and crazy fun, polyrhythms like that just feel so good. Wasn’t so big on underground as a matter of personal taste, but ground made up for it tenfold

Hard Man's Theme (Tsuka) - I enjoyed the combination of jumpgluts and minijacks

High-Speed Beast (hi19hi19) - Great dump, will definitely be playing again. Very cool song, I think when it comes to dumps if I like the music I like the dump and this song works perfectly

Inner Goldfield (MarioNintendo) - Fresh file, hip bass

Jet Set Medley Future (MacGravel) - Good stuff, really enjoyed the bit with the holds on the right arrow. I want to make this into a pad file now!

Johnny C Bad (porkypink) - This file is chock full of goodness! Solos are definitely the highlight

Kara no Kyoukai (Gundam-Dude) - Props for stepping Melty Blood, Arcueid is my profile pic

Kingdom of Devotindos (MarioNintendo) - Well this little file grew on me. Deceptive sample music was tricky because this song was actually awesome

Krook's March (bmah) - I like surprise files like this one, the music didn’t really sound to me like it should offer much but you turned it into a great sim.

Life Flashing Before Ones Eyes (MarioNintendo) - A sound reminder that just straight 16th stream can be really hard too. Super fun to play those tempo changes. I am definitely interested in the game now!

Mag Mount (Choof) - Oh yea, this some good shit right here. Your files are kind of hit or miss for me, but when they I like them I usually like them a lot. Inventive patterns, insane polyrhythms that felt perfect despite the difficulty, and incredibly tasteful jacks. I actually remember you posting a little preview of this, glad it made it into the pack!

Magical Sound Shower (MarioNintendo) - I’m actually shocked that this was never in a previous VGMP. You did the song justice and then some, well deserving of the best sim award!

March of the One Legged Man (James May) - Chill as hell song, and really nice steps to accompany it. Very enjoyable!

Masquerade of Lies (Detrimentalist) - Top 5 file so far for sure. Great ass song and crispy jumpstream along with some nice solos makes for a winning formula! I hope the Dark Souls bg is a joke at the fact that this bg is lying about what game it’s representing, or something.

Minuit … Fond la Caisse (James May) - If there’s one step artist I can count on to choose unique music and step it in an entirely individual way it’s you. Love your style man

NameEntry - 2A03+N106 mix - (Nullifidian) - I love a file with good pacing, another top 5 file

Naval Battle (Tsuka) - Some hip rhythms in there, definitely enjoyed this file

Nemesis Ba'al Theme (XelNya) - Nifty song, very fun steps. I’ve said it before but I’m a sucker for minijacks, and this is one of those tempos that just feels sooooo good. Oni is an excellent challenge, love the ending there

Niagaro - Water Melody (Tsuka) - Big fan of the jumpgluts
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Old 09-9-2016, 07:09 PM   #263
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At the end of the day, it's all opinions. There's some harder stuff in here that would give you a challenge, and adding rates will help. There's also some easy and medium difficulty files for people not as good. 160 files, lots of variety. Download the pack and play the harder files, or just move on. No problems either way.
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I'm not saying it's a bad pack, it's a great pack, has good graphics, charts and stuff, I dunno tho lol I just wanna play some nice earthbound songs with bomb jumpstreams I suppose
Your expectations are just incoherent, though, that's my issue! I'm all for playing hard files and getting better (I stepped TAKE OFF and such for that). But if you're downloading this pack expecting bomb jumpstreams on earthbound songs, you're off to a bad start: Giygas Battle was already stepped in VGMP1!! What else in earthbound is there to step at this point? Blue cultists? oh wait... that too is in VGMP2! There's even the shopping theme, lol. It's all been done before!

This being a more balanced pack than nuclear yolomania and such, it's obvious the difficulty will cover a wider spectrum, i.e. not all files will make you skill boost. I get that. I also get that xmod is not for everyone. What baffles me is that you came in expecting to play what I assume are certain songs that were already stepped to death in previous packs of the same series... This pack is not only a gold mine for songs old and new that few people have heard yet are still worthy of your time, but it's also a gold mine for games other than stepmania to actually try out. I mean, it's fine if you don't like a chart, no biggie. However, I don't understand why you wouldn't read from which game each song comes from and not be interested in the least.

I don't know if your post was addressed to me or not, but yeah, just had to vent this, lol. There's a reason why I (almost) only sent charts to this pack in my whole stepping career: it's about video games! It's a way for me to show new games I love to people in what I think is an interesting and enticing way.
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Old 09-9-2016, 08:21 PM   #265
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Not all of the way through the pack (a few files into the Fs), but I figured I would list some of the files I liked.

Baba Yetu (hi19hi19) - Wasn't sure what to expect going into this, but I actually enjoyed playing this long and easy file. gg

Battle! Deoxys (porkypink) - dude this is super fun.

Battle! Lugia (hi19hi19) - dude this is also super fun.

Dark Demon's Song (MarioNintendo) - didn't like the 64th [23] trill, but other than that this was awesome. I actually much prefer this over Magical Sound Shower, but apparently I'm alone in that sentiment. The BG changes were also a nice touch.

Escape of the Infidels [Heavy] (hi19 and mina) - The file is reminiscent of the emotions going through your head during that part of the game. Also, it's the only file I have played so far that is physically challenging.

Factory Stage (pedoload) - This was pretty solid. good job, cedolad.

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Old 09-9-2016, 09:43 PM   #266
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I find stepmania has turned into this treadmill for most players (hell i'm guilty of only playing for scores 99% of the time) but this pack isn't glove's stepmania gym, it's about capturing the music in creative ways and designed for casual play.

Like if you actually enjoy playing stepmania for the music+rhythmic experience then you will get a lot of enjoyment from this pack.

I'm cursed to rage-quit if I flub a perfect on an 8th note or something though, kinda sad because it's fun to just mess around and not care about the score. I'll probably have a blast playing this after a shot or nine
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Old 09-9-2016, 09:59 PM   #267
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I actually find it pleasing to see a pack that isn't just difficult shit. It gives me stuff to just relax on and not break my shoulders.
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Old 09-9-2016, 10:00 PM   #268
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Lol sorry marionintendo I didn't mean to insult ur pride n joy

I played some more songs, there's definitely some bomb files there, sorry for the miss understanding this pack DqAnK AF homie swag

I dunno though my fingers channel pleasure to my brain by trying to move at 400bpm
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it's definitely nice to have a pack that has some of the harder files but largely caters to intermediate players as well!! i think part of why the game's struggled to keep a following in the past is that there's by and large a gap where the beginner-friendly files should be (Stepping Stones is great to have around for this reason); i hope that people keep making files that serve players of all skill levels.

by the way, LOVED Swamp Stage and Gaze Out! Johnny C. Bad was also a ton of fun, my favorite porkypink file i've played to date. working through all these files is taking a good while but i'll keep going with updates

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I'm really unsure if i should get this pack, i mean if the only strong thing is chart quality over difficulty then i don't know if there is a point for me to get this pack, i played tons and tons of quality charts in osu and they were not fun to me at all, stuff like the yolomania or NBSJ or hi19 packs were a hella fun tho, and they still had some quality but had it's way around to being ''hard'' (p.s, hard x semi quality =fun in my book) so yeah, maybe i can use this pack as a Judge 7 practice?
If you want files that are similar to what would be found in yolomania, nuclear blast, or hi19's packs then Crescent Island Boss Theme (probably on like 1.2 or something) and maybe Fiercest Train would be fun. I still have 110 more files to go through though, so that's obviously not an exhaustive list. Personally, I'm like you in that regard where I prefer mostly new harder charts. This pack and ODI3 don't appeal to me that much, but I understand I'm not really the target audience for a pack like this.
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High-Speed Beast (hi19hi19) - Great dump, will definitely be playing again. Very cool song, I think when it comes to dumps if I like the music I like the dump and this song works perfectly
I want to clarify, this file is definitely not a dump, it's actually layered pretty carefully and has justifications in the music 100%.
Sure it's as hard/harder than some dumpfiles but that doesn't make it a dump itself.

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Yea, even when writing that I wasn't sure to call it a dump. But it felt appropriate because you go so hard the whole file. I've definitely played other dumps that were similarly musically justified, which is why I went with the term, but I totally get what you're saying.
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Second set of reviews, link to my first set.

All the files in this pack are quality, so instead of reviewing each file Iím just going to note what I think are some of the standout files.

I play without mines because Iím a stubborn old curmudgeon. Sorry Tsuka, I did try a few files with mines on but I am just too set in my ways now.

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Dr. Wily Stage 1 (Scylaax) - Patterning was super fun
Castle Bleck (MTO): Really enjoyed this one, sick little bursts and patterns during holds
Factory Stage (cedo) - Youíre killin it with these man

Fantastic Theater (Antronach) - What a jam. Your file was almost as fun to play as the song was to listen to

Fiercest Train (Nullifidian) - Well since there was already a Dream Theater file, it only makes sense that there should be a DJ Sharpnel file too! I enjoyed the majority of the file, felt it kinda lost steam towards the end though. Still a highlight for me

Final Boss (hi19hi19) - Fun 24th bursts and polyrhythms on the oni

Frontier Brain (Scylaax) - Now those are some inventive jumpstreams! Damn I really like this file, went back and played it on slower rates just to better understand and appreciate the patterns, great stuff

Gaze Out Over the Sea (Dj_Ossa) - Big fan of the oni, beautiful song, great sync, and fun one hand trill to cap it off

Gerudo Valley (Cedolad & MarioNintendo) - Fuck yea, I think thatís all I need to say

God's Garden (MacGravel) - Great song, fun, tasteful steps. I love me some PR.

Goon Twins (Nullifidian) - One of the crispiest feelings in SM is switching between 24ths, 16ths and 32nds, and this is chock full of that goodness. This file is brutal and maximalist in a good way

Ground Theme - Underground Theme (MarioNintendo) - You can definitely trust Nintendo to pump out the best remixes. Ground theme oni was godlike and crazy fun, polyrhythms like that just feel so good. Wasnít so big on underground as a matter of personal taste, but ground made up for it tenfold

Hard Man's Theme (Tsuka) - I enjoyed the combination of jumpgluts and minijacks

High-Speed Beast (hi19hi19) - Great dump, will definitely be playing again. Very cool song, I think when it comes to dumps if I like the music I like the dump and this song works perfectly

Inner Goldfield (MarioNintendo) - Fresh file, hip bass

Jet Set Medley Future (MacGravel) - Good stuff, really enjoyed the bit with the holds on the right arrow. I want to make this into a pad file now!

Johnny C Bad (porkypink) - This file is chock full of goodness! Solos are definitely the highlight

Kara no Kyoukai (Gundam-Dude) - Props for stepping Melty Blood, Arcueid is my profile pic

Kingdom of Devotindos (MarioNintendo) - Well this little file grew on me. Deceptive sample music was tricky because this song was actually awesome

Krook's March (bmah) - I like surprise files like this one, the music didnít really sound to me like it should offer much but you turned it into a great sim.

Life Flashing Before Ones Eyes (MarioNintendo) - A sound reminder that just straight 16th stream can be really hard too. Super fun to play those tempo changes. I am definitely interested in the game now!

Mag Mount (Choof) - Oh yea, this some good shit right here. Your files are kind of hit or miss for me, but when they I like them I usually like them a lot. Inventive patterns, insane polyrhythms that felt perfect despite the difficulty, and incredibly tasteful jacks. I actually remember you posting a little preview of this, glad it made it into the pack!

Magical Sound Shower (MarioNintendo) - Iím actually shocked that this was never in a previous VGMP. You did the song justice and then some, well deserving of the best sim award!

March of the One Legged Man (James May) - Chill as hell song, and really nice steps to accompany it. Very enjoyable!

Masquerade of Lies (Detrimentalist) - Top 5 file so far for sure. Great ass song and crispy jumpstream along with some nice solos makes for a winning formula! I hope the Dark Souls bg is a joke at the fact that this bg is lying about what game itís representing, or something.

Minuit Ö Fond la Caisse (James May) - If thereís one step artist I can count on to choose unique music and step it in an entirely individual way itís you. Love your style man

NameEntry - 2A03+N106 mix - (Nullifidian) - I love a file with good pacing, another top 5 file

Naval Battle (Tsuka) - Some hip rhythms in there, definitely enjoyed this file

Nemesis Ba'al Theme (XelNya) - Nifty song, very fun steps. Iíve said it before but Iím a sucker for minijacks, and this is one of those tempos that just feels sooooo good. Oni is an excellent challenge, love the ending there

Niagaro - Water Melody (Tsuka) - Big fan of the jumpgluts

There's no oni in Gaze O_O Also you skipped Go! Go! Novice Alchemist or you just didn't care lol
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Hmm, not sure what made me mention Oni...

If I didn't review a file then it wasn't a standout for me, as I said at the top of my post.
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March of the One Legged Man (James May) - Chill as hell song, and really nice steps to accompany it. Very enjoyable!

Minuit Ö Fond la Caisse (James May) - If thereís one step artist I can count on to choose unique music and step it in an entirely individual way itís you. Love your style man
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tu sais Fťlix, j'ťtait tout excitť lorsque j'ai vu ŗ ma grande joie une chanson de mecha ritz; un vťritable cadeau de MarioNintendo.

Mais pourquoi me faire souffrir ainsi?
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i'm going to probably stream some vgmp playthrough and offer up biased and jaded opinions as i go

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