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    That's nice. Now travel back in time to 2009 to find people who actually about casual plastic peripheral rhythm games.

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    That's nice. Now travel back in time to 2009 to find people who actually about casual plastic peripheral rhythm games.
    Huh? I still like the games.

    I wonder if this means there amy be another one in the near future?

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    I dont know anyone who still has a functioning game and equipment

    so much time has passed everyone has stopped playing it, then the plastic gear is always found at a party and smashed up by drunk people trying to play IRL rockstar

    that and no one can ever find the USB powered hub to make it all work these days

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    I've still got a Gat and games for my 360, all functional

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    Seems timely to remind everyone about the series before releasing a title/hardware for the current gen consoles?

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    That's nice. Now travel back in time to 2009 to find people who actually about casual plastic peripheral rhythm games.
    taiko no tatsujin says hi :P

    granted different markets and namco at least keeps up support for their rhythm games