Gameinformer writes: ''After stealing the music and dance game market from Konami, Harmonix is going in for the kill.''
what in the fffffff? Edit: oh ok... after reading it, damn you GI!
GI didn't get the memo.
Konami can just go ahead and cancel the 360 version of DDR. Dance Central will own all dance games well into next year and for the forseeable future.
really?? you just went and turned DANCE GAMES into flamebait....calm down
N4G breeds the fanboy mind well. :)
All you need to know about the article is this: (This piece is a parody. All quotes are fictitious)
Thanks for saving me the time. GI has been causing my browser to freeze lately for some reason, anyway.
this isnt even news
You're right - It isn't news, its gold. This is great, I'm lost on why this isn't considered news in a world of games, aren't games just for fun - this news article is a "for fun" parody and I wish I thought of it first.
WTF! PLZ tell me this is joke. EDIT: Ohh it's a joke thank god. Seriously though they should look at the calendar. This isn't april.
A tear comes down my eye thinking of the future that could of been.
who approved this garbage
its a joke no matter what month of the year it is sum ppl need 2 lightin up...i mean we get bashed when ppl get threats & get killed over games & get mad when some1 makes a game related joke thru a gaming website...im startin 2 see why sum gamers r goin 2 the dark side wow when did gamers get so serious over games
I disagree with the suggestion that DDR competes with other dance games. DDR isn't a dance game... it's a stomp-on-arrows-to-the-beat game. And don't get me wrong... I'm not deriding DDR. I loved DDR back in the day... but with newer tech, we are getting closer to a game that really IS dancing.
I find DDR more about playing for skill. Harmonix may have stolen the music game market (in some places), but the players have definitely not stolen any skill that is required in Konami's music games. :P
.... why is news going real slow now.
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