I know I am late, but I sincerely apologize for being so rude to you in the comments section. I know and understand you were at Gamescom at the moment and typing was likely not your main focus. I am sorry. I was not intending to be rude, and I feel terrible that I came off that way. I don’t know why I didn’t think of apologizing to you earlier. I feel like I have cyber bullied you. Once again, I am sorry.
Oh right, I misrembered. It was "Hell" that was fine, not shit. Ugh, the randomness of what is and isn't allowed is so arbitrary. To some, shit isn't a swear, to others Hell is. It's hard to keep track of.
I'm confused as to what I'm supposed to do here. He swore again so do I extend the ban or just revoke message wall privileges?
Also the rules clearly state in the second section no less: "Censored swearing is allowed, as long as it does not seek to offend any person. So-called "morally-debatable" words which are exempted include damn, hell, bitch (when used to refer to a literal female dog), heck, ass (not an uncensored assh***), crap, and drug euphemisms. In articles, censorship of uncovered file names should be kept to a minimal, even if there are very explicit words."
Sorry, I forgot to censor it. It was an honest mistake. There was no thought behind it. Also, Camera, the rules aren't actually clear. It includes exempted words, but not which words actually are banned. A list of banned words would be more useful.
Because if there's no definitive list, you cannot know what is and isn't fine. I've been warned for using "Hell" (not here). Some places do not allow "Damn". Yet others do not allow "douchebag" (weird, I know).
It's a matter of guesswork if you go by the exemption list. There's about 2-3 dozen words that you'd need to remove from your vocabulary if you were to assume any even mildly offensive swear isn't allowed except those on the exemption list.
"It's a matter of guesswork if you go by the exemption list. There's about 2-3 dozen words that you'd need to remove from your vocabulary if you were to assume any even mildly offensive swear isn't allowed except those on the exemption list."
ok so remove them (or at least censor when in doubt)
You go into the game files to find data, usually data that isn't usually available in-game. Like if you go into the Just Dance 2015 files, you'll find that the coach is separate from the background video for certain routines, like "Bad Romance (Extreme)" and all mash-ups. The background is just a solid colour, like green.
Or if you go into the files for Just Dance 2017, you'll find the preview video for the beta for "Titanium (Alt)". Sometimes, data mining requires more work, like looking through the files that govern how the games work to figure out things such as how fast a certain move in a fighting game is or hidden text in Zelda games that were never used.
Data mining just means looking at the files for a game, application, etc. to figure things out.
So since you posted previews of stuff, I can't help but wonder what were the menu colors of the videos that just cut to the gameplay. This question has no benefit and it's stupid, but I'm wondering. Thanks for showing the full gameplays I guess.
The menu colours were white. White, white, white. With squares for the songs and text and whatnot. But the predominant colour was white. It looks like a mobile game. I'm not a fan.
Seeing as this warning was issued two days ago, I highly doubt this was with regards to the comment "The Hell kind of achievement is this: "Get 20 or more consecutive Super moves during any song." "Don't be too good!"".
Ah, I see. I forgot I'd used that word to describe the finals (it really was a sh*tshow). Sorry about that. How long does this warning last or is it forever? Like, if I make another mistake, I'm slapped with another 1 week ban?
JD2018 is the better game. The song list is worse, but the routines are better and I'm all about the routines. As long as I don't outright hate the songs, I'll play their routines if they're good. JD2017 had way too many filler songs/routines that were either meme songs that were terrible or which consisted of only 8 moves and limited variety between them.
The general difficulty level of JD2018 is far higher than that of JD2017. For one thing, we got 4 Extremes and **all** of them are good (even if "Tum Bum" could've been better, but they were hindered by wanting an "Official Choreo"-ish version and the choreo in the music video wasn't that good).
What about such routines as Bad Liar, Blue, Shape of You, Bubble Pop Alt, How Far I'll Go, Rockabye, Got That and Slumber Party? Don't, at least most of them have a new level which could be described as "Super Easy" and which doesn't (maybe except for Me Too) exist in Just Dance 2017?
Except for Blue and Bubble Pop ALT, all of the other routines are more Easy than Super-Easy. I only stick the Super-Easy label on those that are so easy that I almost yawn while playing (like Blue or Cake By The Ocean).
TheChibiKing wrote: Except for Blue and Bubble Pop ALT, all of the other routines are more Easy than Super-Easy. I only stick the Super-Easy label on those that are so easy that I almost yawn while playing (like Blue or Cake By The Ocean).
(And sorry for interfering :P)
Thanks for your interest, though if I look at Danse from JD2014, which is rated "Easy", I can definitely say it's got more complicated moves than Shape of You, though the meaning of "Easy" has perhaps (emphasising "perhaps") been changing since JD2015.
I prefer JD2017. I preferred its track listing, because it introduced me to a lot of foreign songs that I came to love. Also, I preferred JD2017’s choreographies and there are more memorable ones from that game than JD2018. In fact, JD2017 is my second favorite JD game, right behind JD4.
I find the difficulty of JD2018 harder, however, especially with the amount of extremes in JD2018. However, I do find that it has quite a few very easy and simple choreographies in contrast to the more difficult ones. I feel like JD2017 is more balanced with its difficulty.
"Bubble Pop!" (Classic) and "Slumber Party" are Medium according to the Easy to Hardest scale, in my opinion. They certainly can't be characterized as "Super-Easy". And what's more importantly: They're good, well-crafted and fun. "Into You" is simple, but it looks goods, it feels good and it's fun. "Blue" is not. "Shape of You" is not. "How Far I'll Go" is... fun. It's really grown on me. Still way too simple, but at least it's fun. I have no clue what you have against "Rockabye". It's quite fun.
Tap, don't press. Use your index fingers sometimes. Sometimes I hold my phone with my middle finger and thumb on my right hand and type with my right index finger instead of my right thumb (I still use the thumb on my left finger, though. It's way too awkward to use both index fingers at once).
FallenAngelII wrote: Tap, don't press. Use your index fingers sometimes. Sometimes I hold my phone with my middle finger and thumb on my right hand and type with my right index finger instead of my right thumb (I still use the thumb on my left finger, though. It's way too awkward to use both index fingers at once).