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Heya! =D How are you this weekend? Very well I hope! =) Enjoying your season? ^_^ From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 60 to 235 Length 2 minutes 13 seconds Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: late-2004. Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: DooM 3 Theme Song Artist: Chris Vrenna Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: Download from OCRemix**** [via tweaker] Song Source [Digitally Direct .mp3]: OCRemix**** Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Avoiding DooM In Digital Places ^_^ ********** While still an adolescent the classic video game involving a single marine stranded on a Moonbase where his comrades had been transformed into mindless blood-thirsty zombies toting pistol, shotguns, and chainguns alongside an experiment gone wrong that opened portals to Hell and outer dimensions allowing aliens with cruel intent and demons from the proverbial underworld [some know as "Hell"] onto the Moonbase Phobos. The single marine carrying only his knuckles and a pistol at first -- was given the task of saving humanity from itself and the threat of out-worlds. All in a week's task for my younger brother and me at the time! =3 Although DooM certainly is a staple in my life... and to this day--few games besides Heretic and Duke Nukem are as much fun of as an FPS to me personally! =) The video game DooM actually was SECOND to come into my life. The first FPS game I ever played alongside my younger brother was a game that was found in a package of about 15 other games for the then-new Windows 95 Computer! =) The game was shaped by an excellent company known as Raven Software [who created Heretic later by the way =3] and published by Strategic simulations, Inc. in 1994. The game is known by the name of "Cyclones." "Cyclones" began a collaboration between my younger brother and me that to this day I value and cherish. =) Because at the time [I was around eleven or twelve and Windows 95 was one of very few public OSs] there was little comprehension for my elder brothers, my younger brother or younger sister and myself--of how to go about playing a video game that had players use both the keyboard AND mouse at the same time... I would "drive" [walk, run, jump] and my younger brother would "shoot" and look around, and handle weapons! It SO rocked! XD This collaboration carried us through "DooM" as well as later "Heretic" and "Cyclones." It was not until Quake II came into our lives of my family that we slowly learned how to use both the mouse as well as the keyboard in order to look around and to fire! Even this took some time--as we each initially played with the "Mouse Look" toggled off and resulted to the "Heretic Style" "Number Pad" to do all looking around, aiming, running, walking, and firing! It wasn't until one of my elder brothers [founder of MGCM] installed an independent Intranet where we were able to play Quake II in multiplayer mode between one another that we finally began to break free of our "Keyboard Only" style of play. I was around 15 at the time. =) These memories are certainly quite cherished and will likely not ever be forgotten or replaced. To this day, games like DooM, Heretic, Duke Nukem and Cyclones remain some of my most fond and most fun of memories. The fact of the matter is that the in-depth stories, the "Hero Saving Humanity" and the "Man versus Monster" take of these styles of games have continued to stick with me for quite some time on a personal level. Although I have played some of the newer FPS games--there is simply just something fun about battling monsters and other-world-hate-driven aliens in an FPS versus the seemingly modern FPS which seems to emphasis "War Zone Tactics" and "Human versus Human" story lines which certainly may intrigue--but personally for me are honestly... a lot less fun than DooM, Heretic, Cyclones or Duke Nukem. =) Delving Into The Steps Leading From DooM! >=O ********** The very first DooM I ever played was a shareware version of DooM which was available on a sampler FPS pack which if I recall right is also the very same way that Heretic was learned about as well. Honestly... until after playing the superb Westwood Studios game "Command and Conquer" [which I had played only after KKND] -- DooM was not a game any of us at the time had played. So when the game came to be available [much thanks to my elder brother having a Compaq Presario with 0.79 gigs and Windows 95 on it! BIG stuff at the time! =)] -- we delved into that Shareware version and completed it on just about EVERY level [initially afraid though to try Nightmare mode because we had this thing about wanting to clear all the monsters from the building! XD] The first "DooM 1" game ever played was Ultimate DooM nearly some three years later [after the shareware original] which came into our lives much thanks to a day at Toys 'R' Us [was around 13 years old at the time]. Also at that time Starfox and Killer Instinct became fun games to play--but only at Toys 'R' Us. We did not have anything past the 8-Bit Nintendo at home until long after Sega Dreamcast came out--in-which one holiday our Sister-In-Law was kind enough to share with us a brand-new Sony Playstation! But that is another story completely. ^_^ Back to DooM. =3 Final DooM was actually received around the same time X-Men: Children of The Atom came into my family for the Windows 95 and then-new Windows 98 compatible PCs. DooM II had not been played by me and my younger brother until long after Unreal and Quake II had been released [over half a year! Yup!] We still were doing the "I Drive/Jump, You View/Shoot" 2-player-FPS-style-of-play we had unofficially developed while playing our very first FPS ever: Raven Software/Strategic Simulations, Inc. Cyclones! ^_^ Just before DooM II we had just recently completed a shareware version of Duke Nukem 3D together =) Then things changed. Doom II was the very last FPS game played in-joint as we had. StepMANIA and DooM 3 Steps-chart! ********** In 2004 the theme song for this game is part of the reason of my very existence. Although at the time I had no idea who did the music--whether the music would play as background in the game or otherwise--I honestly did not care. On OCRemix was where I first found the song and thought to myself, "WHOA! Wonder what the original sounds like!" It turned out the song uploaded WAS the original and I could not have been more satisfied with my first hearing of the song soon to become a staple Stepchart in my life. Completion of the stepchart and sharing on Bemanistyle in 2004 yielded very positive results, but to this day I have not been more proud of a stepchart for outside reasons. =) This stepchart is indeed the very favorite stepchart of my then-9-year-old-newphew. =) It was quite amazing to me to that two-years later--my nephew STILL recalled the "really fun really hard" [to him! XD] DooM song. One of his first requests upon seeing his uncle two years later was--"Can I play the DooM song?" At first... I had no idea what... oh! Stepmania was booted up and for the first time in his life--he passed the 4-foot Light Level! =D Creating this stepchart was certainly far from simple. o.o Although listening to the song [especially with rhythm-clapper/Assist tick turned on] it may be simple to imagine the music is all played at the same tempo--it's not. There are subtle BPM shifts throughout the song and because of this--this was not a simple stepchart to make and manifest as it is formed. To be honest... there were times when I almost wanted to discontinue the stepchart and other times which I thought only Oni-Challenge steps would be sufficient. But having heard from players of all levels on this specific stepchart [including my own nephew! =D] I could not be more proud of having taken the time to see this stepchart from beginning to end as the chart has been shaped with Light, Standard [Trick], Heavy, and Challenge [ONI!] steps! =D Please Enjoy! =D And DO pass! Do not become or allow yourself to be covered in DooM! <=O ^_^ Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -DJ, Writer, Artist, Musician, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [ROCK Sunday] ( \ >=O / ) -1:56 PM (7/24/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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Heya! =D How are you this weekend? Very well I hope! =) Enjoying your season? ^_^ From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 60 to 235 Length 2 minutes 13 seconds Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: late-2004. Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: DooM 3 Theme Song Artist: Chris Vrenna Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: Download from OCRemix**** [via tweaker] Song Source [Digitally Direct .mp3]: OCRemix**** Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Avoiding DooM In Digital Places ^_^ ********** While still an adolescent the classic video game involving a single marine stranded on a Moonbase where his comrades had been transformed into mindless blood-thirsty zombies toting pistol, shotguns, and chainguns alongside an experiment gone wrong that opened portals to Hell and outer dimensions allowing aliens with cruel intent and demons from the proverbial underworld [some know as "Hell"] onto the Moonbase Phobos. The single marine carrying only his knuckles and a pistol at first -- was given the task of saving humanity from itself and the threat of out-worlds. All in a week's task for my younger brother and me at the time! =3 Although DooM certainly is a staple in my life... and to this day--few games besides Heretic and Duke Nukem are as much fun of as an FPS to me personally! =) The video game DooM actually was SECOND to come into my life. The first FPS game I ever played alongside my younger brother was a game that was found in a package of about 15 other games for the then-new Windows 95 Computer! =) The game was shaped by an excellent company known as Raven Software [who created Heretic later by the way =3] and published by Strategic simulations, Inc. in 1994. The game is known by the name of "Cyclones." "Cyclones" began a collaboration between my younger brother and me that to this day I value and cherish. =) Because at the time [I was around eleven or twelve and Windows 95 was one of very few public OSs] there was little comprehension for my elder brothers, my younger brother or younger sister and myself--of how to go about playing a video game that had players use both the keyboard AND mouse at the same time... I would "drive" [walk, run, jump] and my younger brother would "shoot" and look around, and handle weapons! It SO rocked! XD This collaboration carried us through "DooM" as well as later "Heretic" and "Cyclones." It was not until Quake II came into our lives of my family that we slowly learned how to use both the mouse as well as the keyboard in order to look around and to fire! Even this took some time--as we each initially played with the "Mouse Look" toggled off and resulted to the "Heretic Style" "Number Pad" to do all looking around, aiming, running, walking, and firing! It wasn't until one of my elder brothers [founder of MGCM] installed an independent Intranet where we were able to play Quake II in multiplayer mode between one another that we finally began to break free of our "Keyboard Only" style of play. I was around 15 at the time. =) These memories are certainly quite cherished and will likely not ever be forgotten or replaced. To this day, games like DooM, Heretic, Duke Nukem and Cyclones remain some of my most fond and most fun of memories. The fact of the matter is that the in-depth stories, the "Hero Saving Humanity" and the "Man versus Monster" take of these styles of games have continued to stick with me for quite some time on a personal level. Although I have played some of the newer FPS games--there is simply just something fun about battling monsters and other-world-hate-driven aliens in an FPS versus the seemingly modern FPS which seems to emphasis "War Zone Tactics" and "Human versus Human" story lines which certainly may intrigue--but personally for me are honestly... a lot less fun than DooM, Heretic, Cyclones or Duke Nukem. =) Delving Into The Steps Leading From DooM! >=O ********** The very first DooM I ever played was a shareware version of DooM which was available on a sampler FPS pack which if I recall right is also the very same way that Heretic was learned about as well. Honestly... until after playing the superb Westwood Studios game "Command and Conquer" [which I had played only after KKND] -- DooM was not a game any of us at the time had played. So when the game came to be available [much thanks to my elder brother having a Compaq Presario with 0.79 gigs and Windows 95 on it! BIG stuff at the time! =)] -- we delved into that Shareware version and completed it on just about EVERY level [initially afraid though to try Nightmare mode because we had this thing about wanting to clear all the monsters from the building! XD] The first "DooM 1" game ever played was Ultimate DooM nearly some three years later [after the shareware original] which came into our lives much thanks to a day at Toys 'R' Us [was around 13 years old at the time]. Also at that time Starfox and Killer Instinct became fun games to play--but only at Toys 'R' Us. We did not have anything past the 8-Bit Nintendo at home until long after Sega Dreamcast came out--in-which one holiday our Sister-In-Law was kind enough to share with us a brand-new Sony Playstation! But that is another story completely. ^_^ Back to DooM. =3 Final DooM was actually received around the same time X-Men: Children of The Atom came into my family for the Windows 95 and then-new Windows 98 compatible PCs. DooM II had not been played by me and my younger brother until long after Unreal and Quake II had been released [over half a year! Yup!] We still were doing the "I Drive/Jump, You View/Shoot" 2-player-FPS-style-of-play we had unofficially developed while playing our very first FPS ever: Raven Software/Strategic Simulations, Inc. Cyclones! ^_^ Just before DooM II we had just recently completed a shareware version of Duke Nukem 3D together =) Then things changed. Doom II was the very last FPS game played in-joint as we had. StepMANIA and DooM 3 Steps-chart! ********** In 2004 the theme song for this game is part of the reason of my very existence. Although at the time I had no idea who did the music--whether the music would play as background in the game or otherwise--I honestly did not care. On OCRemix was where I first found the song and thought to myself, "WHOA! Wonder what the original sounds like!" It turned out the song uploaded WAS the original and I could not have been more satisfied with my first hearing of the song soon to become a staple Stepchart in my life. Completion of the stepchart and sharing on Bemanistyle in 2004 yielded very positive results, but to this day I have not been more proud of a stepchart for outside reasons. =) This stepchart is indeed the very favorite stepchart of my then-9-year-old-newphew. =) It was quite amazing to me to that two-years later--my nephew STILL recalled the "really fun really hard" [to him! XD] DooM song. One of his first requests upon seeing his uncle two years later was--"Can I play the DooM song?" At first... I had no idea what... oh! Stepmania was booted up and for the first time in his life--he passed the 4-foot Light Level! =D Creating this stepchart was certainly far from simple. o.o Although listening to the song [especially with rhythm-clapper/Assist tick turned on] it may be simple to imagine the music is all played at the same tempo--it's not. There are subtle BPM shifts throughout the song and because of this--this was not a simple stepchart to make and manifest as it is formed. To be honest... there were times when I almost wanted to discontinue the stepchart and other times which I thought only Oni-Challenge steps would be sufficient. But having heard from players of all levels on this specific stepchart [including my own nephew! =D] I could not be more proud of having taken the time to see this stepchart from beginning to end as the chart has been shaped with Light, Standard [Trick], Heavy, and Challenge [ONI!] steps! =D Please Enjoy! =D And DO pass! Do not become or allow yourself to be covered in DooM! <=O ^_^ Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -DJ, Writer, Artist, Musician, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [ROCK Sunday] ( \ >=O / ) -1:56 PM (7/24/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 140 [Variable] Length 2 minutes 24 seconds Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 7 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: November 25th, 2004. Year Video Recorded: September 10th, 2011 (Light, Standard, Heavy) & September 23rd, 2010 (Oni Challenge) [11/10/2011, 11/23/2010] Song Name: Wings of The Guardian Song Artist: Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, Satoshi Ise Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Song Source [Compact Disc]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Awesome Wings!! =D ********** The very first time I heard this song I was entranced. A friend of mine in Arizona, North America, had sent me the music for a video game series that at the time--I had not ever played: Devil May Cry. In each of the soundtracks I was intrigued--but then again was reminded of the "minor" fact that this was a game released and contributed by Capcom a company which still rests close to my heart to this day. =) From the memories rendered by Street Fighter and the adventures with the "Blue Bomber" and SHMUP-style in "1944" and the unique characters and traces of fine memories found in Darkstalkers, Capcom vs. SNK, and COUNTLESS other games and grand memories before--I knew upon hearing the music for DMC1-3 that I wanted to play at least one. However... at the time I created this stepchart I had not. Upon uploading this stepchart, decided to name it "Devil May Cry TaQ" because the music sounded something like a song TaQ (composer for Dance Dance Revolution! Songs) would make reminding me of songs like "Holic" and "DXY" and later "Stoic." However... this was not from TaQ I later learned and after I learned of the three composers who were responsible for the music in Devil May Cry 2, I gave proper credit to Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, and Satoshi Ise. =3 This is one of few songs from a video game or otherwise that I may listen to time-and-time again without "getting tired of it." Hope You enjoy! =D Steps of The Players! =) ********** After completing this stepchart and uploading it to Bemanistyle --it garnered quite a bit of attention. =o I was surprised by the height of passion and exceptionally positive response given. Also pleased. =) The original version of this stepchart gave credit to "Capcom" for the music, had only 3 levels of play (Light, Standard, Heavy) and had a completely different background from the one present in "Version 2." The background was courtesy of an amazing editor and CG Artist by the name of Skinkyosis (hope I'm spelling that right! Sorry if not =) Many thanks Skink! =D) At the time I used only "MS Paint" for making stepchart backgrounds for Stepmania but Skinkyosis was well versed in Photoshop in November 2004! (When this stepchart was redone and re-released =3) After a few thousand downloads, this version still remained highly rated and recommended by the Bemanistyle community at the time and to this day is one of my more memorable simfiles (to me ^_^). Ironically, about two months after making this version of "Wings of The Guardian" and someone telling me, 'Awesome stepchart! Really good steps and all but man! You really gotta play the game if you're going to make stepcharts for an awesome game like this!' My younger brother happened to get a new Playstation 2 at a bargained price and Video Warehouse happened to have a copy of Devil May Cry 3 for rent, and I happened to beat it! xD It was fun too! =3 Surely hope you enjoy this stepchart! =D Be certain to turn assist tick on! (^.~) [especially if playing on keyboard! =3] The stepchart is much more fun when you can "hear the steps" because the flow of this stepchart's choreography kind of follows the rhythm of its own drums and bass! xD Enjoy-deh-Boogie! Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), - Writer, Artist, Musician, DJ, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [On Thursday!] -11:21 AM (10/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company /\o/\
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 140 [Variable] Length 2 minutes 24 seconds Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 7 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: November 25th, 2004. Year Video Recorded: September 10th, 2011 (Light, Standard, Heavy) & September 23rd, 2010 (Oni Challenge) [11/10/2011, 11/23/2010] Song Name: Wings of The Guardian Song Artist: Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, Satoshi Ise Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Song Source [Compact Disc]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Awesome Wings!! =D ********** The very first time I heard this song I was entranced. A friend of mine in Arizona, North America, had sent me the music for a video game series that at the time--I had not ever played: Devil May Cry. In each of the soundtracks I was intrigued--but then again was reminded of the "minor" fact that this was a game released and contributed by Capcom a company which still rests close to my heart to this day. =) From the memories rendered by Street Fighter and the adventures with the "Blue Bomber" and SHMUP-style in "1944" and the unique characters and traces of fine memories found in Darkstalkers, Capcom vs. SNK, and COUNTLESS other games and grand memories before--I knew upon hearing the music for DMC1-3 that I wanted to play at least one. However... at the time I created this stepchart I had not. Upon uploading this stepchart, decided to name it "Devil May Cry TaQ" because the music sounded something like a song TaQ (composer for Dance Dance Revolution! Songs) would make reminding me of songs like "Holic" and "DXY" and later "Stoic." However... this was not from TaQ I later learned and after I learned of the three composers who were responsible for the music in Devil May Cry 2, I gave proper credit to Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, and Satoshi Ise. =3 This is one of few songs from a video game or otherwise that I may listen to time-and-time again without "getting tired of it." Hope You enjoy! =D Steps of The Players! =) ********** After completing this stepchart and uploading it to Bemanistyle --it garnered quite a bit of attention. =o I was surprised by the height of passion and exceptionally positive response given. Also pleased. =) The original version of this stepchart gave credit to "Capcom" for the music, had only 3 levels of play (Light, Standard, Heavy) and had a completely different background from the one present in "Version 2." The background was courtesy of an amazing editor and CG Artist by the name of Skinkyosis (hope I'm spelling that right! Sorry if not =) Many thanks Skink! =D) At the time I used only "MS Paint" for making stepchart backgrounds for Stepmania but Skinkyosis was well versed in Photoshop in November 2004! (When this stepchart was redone and re-released =3) After a few thousand downloads, this version still remained highly rated and recommended by the Bemanistyle community at the time and to this day is one of my more memorable simfiles (to me ^_^). Ironically, about two months after making this version of "Wings of The Guardian" and someone telling me, 'Awesome stepchart! Really good steps and all but man! You really gotta play the game if you're going to make stepcharts for an awesome game like this!' My younger brother happened to get a new Playstation 2 at a bargained price and Video Warehouse happened to have a copy of Devil May Cry 3 for rent, and I happened to beat it! xD It was fun too! =3 Surely hope you enjoy this stepchart! =D Be certain to turn assist tick on! (^.~) [especially if playing on keyboard! =3] The stepchart is much more fun when you can "hear the steps" because the flow of this stepchart's choreography kind of follows the rhythm of its own drums and bass! xD Enjoy-deh-Boogie! Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), - Writer, Artist, Musician, DJ, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [On Thursday!] -11:21 AM (10/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company /\o/\
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 140 [Variable] Length 2 minutes 24 seconds Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 7 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: November 25th, 2004. Year Video Recorded: September 10th, 2011 (Light, Standard, Heavy) & September 23rd, 2010 (Oni Challenge) [11/10/2011, 11/23/2010] Song Name: Wings of The Guardian Song Artist: Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, Satoshi Ise Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Song Source [Compact Disc]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Awesome Wings!! =D ********** The very first time I heard this song I was entranced. A friend of mine in Arizona, North America, had sent me the music for a video game series that at the time--I had not ever played: Devil May Cry. In each of the soundtracks I was intrigued--but then again was reminded of the "minor" fact that this was a game released and contributed by Capcom a company which still rests close to my heart to this day. =) From the memories rendered by Street Fighter and the adventures with the "Blue Bomber" and SHMUP-style in "1944" and the unique characters and traces of fine memories found in Darkstalkers, Capcom vs. SNK, and COUNTLESS other games and grand memories before--I knew upon hearing the music for DMC1-3 that I wanted to play at least one. However... at the time I created this stepchart I had not. Upon uploading this stepchart, decided to name it "Devil May Cry TaQ" because the music sounded something like a song TaQ (composer for Dance Dance Revolution! Songs) would make reminding me of songs like "Holic" and "DXY" and later "Stoic." However... this was not from TaQ I later learned and after I learned of the three composers who were responsible for the music in Devil May Cry 2, I gave proper credit to Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, and Satoshi Ise. =3 This is one of few songs from a video game or otherwise that I may listen to time-and-time again without "getting tired of it." Hope You enjoy! =D Steps of The Players! =) ********** After completing this stepchart and uploading it to Bemanistyle --it garnered quite a bit of attention. =o I was surprised by the height of passion and exceptionally positive response given. Also pleased. =) The original version of this stepchart gave credit to "Capcom" for the music, had only 3 levels of play (Light, Standard, Heavy) and had a completely different background from the one present in "Version 2." The background was courtesy of an amazing editor and CG Artist by the name of Skinkyosis (hope I'm spelling that right! Sorry if not =) Many thanks Skink! =D) At the time I used only "MS Paint" for making stepchart backgrounds for Stepmania but Skinkyosis was well versed in Photoshop in November 2004! (When this stepchart was redone and re-released =3) After a few thousand downloads, this version still remained highly rated and recommended by the Bemanistyle community at the time and to this day is one of my more memorable simfiles (to me ^_^). Ironically, about two months after making this version of "Wings of The Guardian" and someone telling me, 'Awesome stepchart! Really good steps and all but man! You really gotta play the game if you're going to make stepcharts for an awesome game like this!' My younger brother happened to get a new Playstation 2 at a bargained price and Video Warehouse happened to have a copy of Devil May Cry 3 for rent, and I happened to beat it! xD It was fun too! =3 Surely hope you enjoy this stepchart! =D Be certain to turn assist tick on! (^.~) [especially if playing on keyboard! =3] The stepchart is much more fun when you can "hear the steps" because the flow of this stepchart's choreography kind of follows the rhythm of its own drums and bass! xD Enjoy-deh-Boogie! Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), - Writer, Artist, Musician, DJ, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [On Thursday!] -11:21 AM (10/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company /\o/\
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 140 [Variable] Length 2 minutes 24 seconds Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 7 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: November 25th, 2004. Year Video Recorded: September 10th, 2011 (Light, Standard, Heavy) & September 23rd, 2010 (Oni Challenge) [11/10/2011, 11/23/2010] Song Name: Wings of The Guardian Song Artist: Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, Satoshi Ise Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Song Source [Compact Disc]: Devil May Cry 2 Original Soundtrack [Digital from Emi] Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Awesome Wings!! =D ********** The very first time I heard this song I was entranced. A friend of mine in Arizona, North America, had sent me the music for a video game series that at the time--I had not ever played: Devil May Cry. In each of the soundtracks I was intrigued--but then again was reminded of the "minor" fact that this was a game released and contributed by Capcom a company which still rests close to my heart to this day. =) From the memories rendered by Street Fighter and the adventures with the "Blue Bomber" and SHMUP-style in "1944" and the unique characters and traces of fine memories found in Darkstalkers, Capcom vs. SNK, and COUNTLESS other games and grand memories before--I knew upon hearing the music for DMC1-3 that I wanted to play at least one. However... at the time I created this stepchart I had not. Upon uploading this stepchart, decided to name it "Devil May Cry TaQ" because the music sounded something like a song TaQ (composer for Dance Dance Revolution! Songs) would make reminding me of songs like "Holic" and "DXY" and later "Stoic." However... this was not from TaQ I later learned and after I learned of the three composers who were responsible for the music in Devil May Cry 2, I gave proper credit to Tetsuya Shibata, Masato Kouda, and Satoshi Ise. =3 This is one of few songs from a video game or otherwise that I may listen to time-and-time again without "getting tired of it." Hope You enjoy! =D Steps of The Players! =) ********** After completing this stepchart and uploading it to Bemanistyle --it garnered quite a bit of attention. =o I was surprised by the height of passion and exceptionally positive response given. Also pleased. =) The original version of this stepchart gave credit to "Capcom" for the music, had only 3 levels of play (Light, Standard, Heavy) and had a completely different background from the one present in "Version 2." The background was courtesy of an amazing editor and CG Artist by the name of Skinkyosis (hope I'm spelling that right! Sorry if not =) Many thanks Skink! =D) At the time I used only "MS Paint" for making stepchart backgrounds for Stepmania but Skinkyosis was well versed in Photoshop in November 2004! (When this stepchart was redone and re-released =3) After a few thousand downloads, this version still remained highly rated and recommended by the Bemanistyle community at the time and to this day is one of my more memorable simfiles (to me ^_^). Ironically, about two months after making this version of "Wings of The Guardian" and someone telling me, 'Awesome stepchart! Really good steps and all but man! You really gotta play the game if you're going to make stepcharts for an awesome game like this!' My younger brother happened to get a new Playstation 2 at a bargained price and Video Warehouse happened to have a copy of Devil May Cry 3 for rent, and I happened to beat it! xD It was fun too! =3 Surely hope you enjoy this stepchart! =D Be certain to turn assist tick on! (^.~) [especially if playing on keyboard! =3] The stepchart is much more fun when you can "hear the steps" because the flow of this stepchart's choreography kind of follows the rhythm of its own drums and bass! xD Enjoy-deh-Boogie! Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), - Writer, Artist, Musician, DJ, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [On Thursday!] -11:21 AM (10/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company /\o/\
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ONI ŠTO DOLAZE ZA NAMA - ATOMSKO SKLONIŠTE
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Proceso del diseño de un Demonio Oni Japones Tradicional utilizando lapices de colores y tinta, creado por Dann Nosfe Ink Tattoo. No te olvides dalre like, sucribirte y compartir, siguenos en nuestras redes sociales... Process design of an traditional japanese demon oni using colored pencils and ink, created by Dann Nosfe Ink Tattoo. Do not forget to like , subscribe and share , follow us on our social networks ... Redes Sociales/Social Networks Facebook: NosfeInkTattoo Twitter: nosfeinktattoo Tumblr: nosfeinktattoo Instagram: dannnosfe
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 125 Length 1m 57s Foot Levels 0 / 0 / 0 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2002 Year Video Recorded: 2010 Song Name: Back To The Dance Floor Song Artist: DJ Simon Song Album [Compact Disc]: Cyberspeed (Windows 95 / PC Version) Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Bad Alec^2 But GOOD MEMORIES!! =D ********** Ah! The memories! =) This stepchart is one of my very first stepcharts. The music is track #4 on a PC video game by the name of "Cyberspeed" which was developed by a then-growing Microsoft company by the name of "Mindscape." The video game itself is a "Wipeout-style" third-person racing type. [although certainly not as complex]. The first time I played this game was on a Windows 95 computer and Compaq Presario with 0.97 Gigs on it. =) The computer belonged to one of my elder brothers [stepbrother biologically--we share the same mother] who at the time was running company MGCM. When I learned that I could place the PC video game in a 'normal CD player' or on the media player and still hear the music past the data track [track 1]--I was overjoyed! The first since Wipeout! Later, I learned another game called "Cyclones" could play music off the disc also--but not until after completing it. Enough About Memories--what about the stepchart? =3 ********** Welp! You asked for it! )=O Seriously though. ^_^ This was one of my earlier stepcharts shortly after I learned the magic of shaping and sharing my own Stepcharts. This was just before I learned of the awesome DDR and Music game community Bemanistyle**** where I spent a lot of time in my teens. (Mostly sharing and receiving feedback on stepcharts and MIDI music--stepcharts received well! Music--not =3) For quite a while on Bemanistyle my handle was Arcilius which is one of my original characters. [Anthropomorphic-Dog-Familied-Being with "Icuras Wings" --Demeti and Cassey are his relatives]. On the technical side, the sync is certainly not as 'on-cue' as the great majority of my stepcharts that soon followed this work; but I did want to share this stepchart. So here it is! With assist tick, players should be able to get the cute-but-SUPER-ABSTRACT rhythm [especially about halfway through the song] and without assist tick after you get the rhythm it's not all bad. =3 The general gist is that I wanted to do something that was more than just a "Well-synced-flow-chart" with plenty of chaos steps... Got that! Also keep in mind though that this was like my 2nd or 3rd stepchart EVER. No excuse at all. My first stepchart was super-synced and based from another Bemanistyle community's ULTRA advanced version of "Murmur Twins" by Yu Tokiwa.djw [then only on Pop n' Music] which I "pad-simplified" and re-wrote. Will upload that one when the time comes--but for now... root of my stepchart beginnings - Bad Alec^2: Enjoy! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -Tiger M. Gales [Sugi! Sunday!] -5:28 PM (4/3/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 100 [Constant] Length 2 minute 17 seconds Foot Levels 3 / 5 / 8 / 9 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: May 2005. Year Video Recorded: September 1st, 2011 [9/1/2011] Song Name: Extreme Ways Song Artist: Moby Song First Heard [by TIGER M]: As Closing Theme of film The Bourne Identity Song Source [Direct .mp3]: Moby - Extreme Ways Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ EXTREME Fun! =D ********** The very first time I heard a song by the North American Dance/Electronic artist "Moby" was in late 2005 in my early 20s when I first learned of the awesome film "The Bourne Identity" via a DVD rental. I had heard OF Moby throughout my teens but had not ever heard any of his music. All that I knew was that Eminem had poked fun at Moby [along with a sea of other singers, rappers and performing artists] in the song "Without Me" and I was hearing something about some video where a lady licks Moby's bald head [which as of this writing--I am still yet to see or even know the name of the song video. ^^;] When I heard "Extreme Ways" as the closing theme during the end of the fabulous film "The Bourne Identity" -- I scrambled through the credits in order to find the name of the performing artist and whom I had not heard before [or thought I had heard of] and sure enough there was the name: "Moby." "So that's Moby huh?" I questioned myself aloud. "Sounds good!" I exclaimed before viewing the behind the scenes footage and extras on the Bourne Identity rental DVD. Later I was informed by my elder brother that there was a sequel to "The Bourne Identity" called "The Bourne Supremacy." Honestly, the film I completely desired to see to see what would happen next and because the original movie I had thought so very much of. However--part of me also wanted to know if Moby also did the closing song for "The Bourne Supremacy" as well and if it would sound as good as "Extreme Ways!" =D Surely enough--it WAS "Extreme Ways" and the film was indeed touching, riveting, and Soul Strengthening! Ironically, about half a year after learning of "The Bourne Supremacy" -- "The Bourne Ultimatum" (2007) was due for release in theatres. It was the first of the "Bourne Identity" series I had seen in-cinema. =) The closing theme "Extreme Ways" was well welcomed although different from the one I had originally learned of Moby in-listening to--but it did indeed fit the "Big Screen" feel which was a first for me with "The Bourne Identity" now trilogy! As of this writing, it appears a FOURTH film is due for release July 2012! I'm SO watching it! XD [JUST learned about it like 5 minutes ago while checking "Bourne" year releases!=] EXTREME Steps! [Crusin' at 100 BPM... ^_^] ********** In mid-2005 when I first put this stepchart together one of my friends on Bemanistyle at the time [RubberDuckyRZ] was swift to personally compliment the work on the stepchart and explained how after playing this stepchart--he was inspired to go on a "Moby Song Collection Spree" much thanks to how well this stepchart was put together! =D That felt good! XD Other players of this stepchart resounded similar compliments, and the 100 Beats Per Minute stepchart which certainly could have been a "Chorographical Stepchart FLOP" was well-received and downloaded well into the thousands! =D I was REALLY proud and still am of my stepchart for the SUPREME awesome song to the SUPREMACY of The BOURNE IDENTITY of the SUPREME artist Moby and SUPREME "Bourne Film" Series! [which also has a book and television series which I have at the time of this writing NOT yet seen =3 But likely will! =D] Enjoy! Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), - Writer, Artist, Musician, DJ, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [GoGo! Sunday!] -2:02 PM (9/4/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company /\o/\
5 Sep 2011
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I was playing the recently released street fight game and thought it would be cool to share a presentation of my fun experience with the masses thus right here is a well captured flick of the action and I hope everyone who sees it will enjoy watching it.
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