History Trivia / Bemani

5th Jul '17 6:18:10 PM nombretomado
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** "Soflan", a term used for sudden and dramatic BPM changes. The term originates from "SOFT LANDING ON THE BODY" from ''{{beatmania}} IIDX 2nd Style'', which shuffles between 79, 159, and 318 BPM. Bonus points if the song itself does not actually change BPM but the scroll BPM does.

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** "Soflan", a term used for sudden and dramatic BPM changes. The term originates from "SOFT LANDING ON THE BODY" from ''{{beatmania}} IIDX ''VideoGame/BeatmaniaIIDX 2nd Style'', which shuffles between 79, 159, and 318 BPM. Bonus points if the song itself does not actually change BPM but the scroll BPM does.
16th Jun '17 5:05:36 PM Lirodon
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]]. In fact, right after it vanished from ''Sound Voltex'', it re-appeared on ''Neon FM'' (which gave it MemeAcknowledgement).

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]]. In fact, right after it vanished from ''Sound Voltex'', it re-appeared on the non-Bemani music game ''Neon FM'' (which gave it MemeAcknowledgement).also [[AscendedMeme ascended]] the meme associated with the song).
16th Jun '17 5:04:10 PM Lirodon
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]]. In fact, right after it vanished from ''Sound Voltex'', it re-appeared on ''Neon FM'' (which gave it MemeAcknowledgement).
22nd Mar '17 10:52:07 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track, and [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track, and track; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]].
22nd Mar '17 10:48:18 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}''; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track, and [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}''; ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}'': [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track, and [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]].
22nd Mar '17 10:48:03 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Inverted with "Brain Power" being removed from ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' and ''VideoGame/{{MUSECA}}''; [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211648566984705 it was NOMA and not Konami who chose to not have the song's contract renewed]]. Played straight in the reasoning though: [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844211994198650880 The contract gave Konami the rights to "Brain Power"]], and as such it could not be used in non-Konami media or gigs, not even NOMA's own, without having to ask Konami, and NOMA wanted to be able to have control over his own song. That said, NOMA has stated that it's not the ''permanent'' end to "Brain Power" as a music game track, and [[https://twitter.com/noma113/status/844213993719832576 there's the option to modify and renew the contract at a future date]].
13th Mar '17 12:52:40 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: At least ''[=DanceEvolution=] Arcade'' gets offline kits. As for ''Miraidagakki''? There's no legal way to play it anymore.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: At least ''[=DanceEvolution=] Arcade'' gets offline kits. As for ''Miraidagakki''? There's no legal way to play it anymore.anymore, and ''[=BeatStream=]'' will fall to the same fate on September 1, 2017.
3rd Feb '17 10:59:11 PM Exusia
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* {{Vaporware}}: ''Otoiroha'' was shown at JAEPO 2015 but ended up being quietly cancelled.

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* {{Vaporware}}: ''Otoiroha'' was shown at JAEPO 2015 2016 but ended up being quietly cancelled.cancelled nearly a year later.
29th Jan '17 9:59:28 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* {{Vaporware}}: ''Otoiroha'' was shown at JAEPO 2015 but ended up being quietly cancelled.
27th Dec '16 3:40:55 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Tatsh, best known for "Xepher", has produced songs for ''VideoGame/{{Cytus}}'', under the alias Persona. In Taito's music games ''Music [=GunGun=]!'' and ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'', he produces songs under the alias ''Xeami'', although he also makes songs under his usual "Tatsh" handle.

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** Tatsh, best known for "Xepher", has produced songs for ''VideoGame/{{Cytus}}'', under the alias Persona.''Persona''. In Taito's music games ''Music [=GunGun=]!'' and ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'', he produces songs under the alias ''Xeami'', although he also makes songs under his usual "Tatsh" handle.
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