DDR:UK are back again at the London MCM Expo, held in the ExCeL Centre – London. This time the event is back, bigger than ever before, and linked up to Memorabilia which is happening next door. We are currently underway with setting up, so items in list are subject to change, however we can confirm the following items did make it through the City of London in an old rickty van!
- DDR:UK’s DanceDX (Arcade)
- Dance Dance Revolution Supernova 2 (Arcade)
- Melty Blood (Arcade)
- Rock Band 3 (XBOX360)
- Battle Stadium D.O.N (GameCube)
- Super Street Fighter IV (XBOX360)
- Singstar/Singstar Sing-along Disney (PS3)
- Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii)
- Nintendo 3DS AR Card (Gotta be seen to understand!)
Also, see if you can spot Sonic on our stand, he can’t be missed (literally!)
As always we will have our webcam online, which can be seen here at our Event’s Webcam Page, additionally you can follow us on Twitter by following the link at the side, or clicking here @DDRUK, additionally you can follow us on Facebook.
We hope to see you there!
Is it that time already? Cricky! It is, Time for another Rock Band Tournament! Our first Rock Band Tournament on Rock Band 3.
Just have a look out on the Saturday for the 4 strapping lads in blue shirts bearing the DDRUK Logo, hanging around a Rock Band setup if you want to enter.
Here is a quick shoot of the rules:
Traditional 4 person band’s only (Guitarist, Bassist, Vocalist and Drummer)
Play the seeding song which is decided on the day from this list:
Just like Heaven – The Cure
I wanna Be Sedated – The Ramones
Stop Me if you think you’ve heard this one before – The Smiths
Get Free – The Vines
Killing Loneliness – H.I.M
Heart of Glass – Blondie
Get into the Top 4 and stay there
Come back at 2 O’Clock to see if your band is through to the next round
Pick a song for your band, as the other 3 bands do the same, then play all 4 with the lowest scoring band being eliminated.
Pick another song, as the other 2 bands again do the same, lowest score gets elminated.
Final’s will be each band picking a song and playing the final setlist of 2, Highest score wins.
Need more details? Grab them after the break.
Given the tragic end of Activisions support of music titles, I thought it would be a good time to have a look at if Rhythm and Music games are indeed on the final legs of what is arguably a fantastic pedigree of gaming. Continue reading “Is 2011 the year the music ends?” »