Well, today… I couldn’t really do much, as I had a 7-hour exam. Seeing as I usually sleep 10 – 12 hours a day, that takes a lot out of it. Not to mention that I usually take around 1 hour and 30 minutes to prepare in the morning. Enough of the excuses for not being able to do anything, today, the only thing I actually did (besides Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate) was Stepmania.
I usually play a few songs to see if I improved even the slightest bit, they are…
- Wired Life NC Version (Vocaloid Secret Santa Pack 1)
- Hatsune Miku no Gekishou (Beta, no pack)
- 集結の園へ [Delaction Remix] (Vocaloid Secret Santa Pack 1)
- Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu (Vocaloid Party)
All of them are played with No Jumps and in Expert (for 集結の園へ I use Super Hard). The reason why I do No Jumps is because I want to get used to the speed of the falling barrage of notes, especially for HM Shoushitsu.
Well after that, I’ll talk about the latest thing that happened, which is the reason why I named the title of the day, “Po Pi Po.” Today, I actually thought I should complete the Vocaloid Party Po Pi Po (Original). I knew that it would be useless to play immediately because of the arrow key modifications that happen throughout the song, so I decided to just memorize the whole thing. Why? It’s a great waste of time and it’s fun… in a way.
“My highest score in the map. I’m not too good though.”
If you haven’t played the map yet, have stepmania and like vocaloid, you should definitely try this out. The details of the run are within the description of the video. I actually have an A rank run of the stage, but I wasn’t recording at that time, so I just have a B rank. It’s weird since my B rank run has the higher score.