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Posted: Oct 10 2009, 02:23 AM
Inhale Exhale.. Fumes
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Joined: Aug 8th 2007
Location: Stoner at Home
here in the arcade it is usually more civilized unless u see a fat guy with slant eyes on it..
wat happen is we usually go up to the player after the game and ask if he minds to let them play... sometimes yes sometimes no.. and the no would turn yes after another round.. as far as i know..
but there are some f)!@# like the fat guy i mention just sits there and keep slotting don't care if there is a line behind him.. the best way to get him away is to beat him on the game.. which is quite easy with any of my teammate around...
his a noob that acts pro!
Posted: Nov 17 2009, 05:56 PM
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Joined: Nov 16th 2009
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I played in america and japan, japan is totally diffrent.
US rules- Place a card on top of teh machine, next person gets to play. If the person didn't get up (I would put on my work shirt) and tell them they need to let others play to keep it fair. After a week or two people just new to get up and let the next person play unless they won in a challenge. Makes things simple and fair.
Japan- Play till you want to get up. Most people in japan (besides americans) do the same thing so they expect that you play about 5-6 games. There are also like 8 ID5 machines in the arcade i frequent so there usually isnt a problem with a line except on weekends. Then its usually one or two games, people watch then you get up. No real problems with people being hogs cause Japs are usually considerate to others. (its the americans you gotta watch out for) And tonight is my night to start a crad on ID5. Wewt!