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DDRiddle Me This, Batman!

Q: What's more annoying than a DDR pad where the "down" button doesn't work?

A: A DDR pad where the "down" and "left" buttons both don't work!

Besides the annoyance of hearing Mister "You're Not an Ordinary Fella!" booing me at random, I keep screwing up worse because I see the "Boo!" and try to figure out what I did wrong, only to miss the next arrow too.

Pfui. Wonky DDR pads are Teh Suck. Fortunately, in the new place, they'll be down on the concrete floor of the basement, so maybe that'll make 'em more stable.

In other news, I realize I've been a bit of a whinyboy in my LJ lately, so this will be the last gripey post for a while! *bangs gavel on desk*

-The Gneech

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nicodemusrat
Feb. 17th, 2007 05:15 pm (UTC)
And I figured the answer would be:
A DDR pad where you think the down button doesn't work, but discover afterwards that your moves really were that off for that song.
the_gneech
Feb. 17th, 2007 05:18 pm (UTC)
Heck no, that would be easily fixable!

-TG
confusedoo
Feb. 17th, 2007 06:50 pm (UTC)
I thought the answer was TWO DDR pads with down buttons that don't work...
raishi_fox
Feb. 17th, 2007 07:42 pm (UTC)
How about an expensive metal home pad that works just fine until about three songs into the game, and then right before you finish, Windows decides to randomly re-set the USB ports and turn the pad off?

Unfortunately a known issue with a lot of good pads, including mine, and the only fix appears to be to program a new operating system that doesn't take the short bus.
makovette
Feb. 17th, 2007 10:11 pm (UTC)
One where the up arrow goes on the fritz too :D

CYa!
Mako
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