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xx FALL COMBO - DDR + ITG Competition - Song List and Full Details

May 06, 2012, 06:42:17 AM by EBE@RTF
    Preparations are under way for RTF's next competition - FALL COMBO - taking place Sunday May 20 at Timezone Albert Street.

With 2 weeks to comp day, we are now pleased to announce the competition Song List. There are 2 lists for this event: 1 will be used for Difficult and Expert Divisions, and the other for Expert Double.

We received a lot of feedback from the community after previous events that the Expert Division could be more challenging for experienced players. While the earlier rounds will begin at roughly the same level as before, some harder tracks (mostly from ITG 1 and 2) will make their way into the later rounds. Once again, players will choose their own songs in the Final round, allowing them to dictate the challenge level themselves.

Posts in this forum topic will be updated later today with a break down of competition rules. For now, click through for the Song Lists and get practising!

And don't forget to add yourself to the Facebook event and share with other DDR/ITG fans! Updates will be posted there as new information is announced.
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xx New Arcade For Fortitude Valley - Fast Play

May 04, 2012, 11:59:59 AM by EBE@RTF
Rumours started circulating a couple of weeks ago about a new arcade opening in Fortitude Valley. Last week, I was able to visit the site and take a few random pictures to share.


Fast Play on Wickham St (just across the road from the Brunswick St Mall) is now open. It doesn't look like much, but does appear to be a work in progress.


The DDR cabinet is an Extreme set to $2 for 3 songs (a little pricey for such an old mix). It's sandwiched between 2 other machines, so the space feels a little crowded, but the pads are in decent condition.

The other machines are an unusual selection, most of which seem to have been picked up from other recently closed arcades around town. Tekken and MaxiTune are covered, but the rest are an odd mix of older releases. A large portion of the store is made up of prize redemption games, but as these are the modern arcade's bread-and-butter, that shouldn't be a surprise.


Fast Play is open until 1am on Friday and Saturday nights, so if you find yourself out in the Valley and desperate for a gaming fix, there's now somewhere to go.
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