Cool, I’ll probably stop in again after the hockey games are over. Thanks a ton for the update.
BTW I submitted it to DDRFreak since they had already taken Einsteins down, so hopefully other DDR players who don’t know about this forum will start to see it now.
EDIT: Okay, some complaints after my first night there. Actually really just one: I figured the volume was going to be turned down from Einstien’s, because it was blasting loud at Einstein’s (always awesome), but holy crap I was not expecting it to be THAT friggin’ low! Worsening the problem is that the people on the computers directly behind the ITG2 machine were by far the loudest, most obnoxious people I’ve ever been around. They seriously made as much noise as they could for pretty much the entire time I was there, and at least three other people who were playing on the ITG2 machine tonight complained to me that they could not hear the songs over their sustained, obnoxious noise. That’s kind of an important thing, hearing the music in a rhythm game.
I’m pretty sure the computers there was kind of like an overflow thing due to the all-nighter because I don’t remember seeing anyone on computers right behind the ITG2 machine when I went there last night. So I’ll give it another shot sometime later this week. But yeah, I’m not going to keep going and spend money on a machine when I can’t even hear the music, and I’m sure plenty of other players will feel the same way after the “omg, the machine’s back!” sort of deal starts to wear off. So I strongly suggest you guys turn the volume up, at least a little bit. If the computer players are always that loud I’m sure they won’t be able to hear it over their own obnoxious noise anyway.