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Desc:Performs an incredible ragequit.
Category:Video Games, Humor
Tags:ragequit, Have you ever been that pissed off?, Beatmania IIDX
Submitted:RocketBlender
Date:07/24/10
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Comment count is 24
Seris - 2010-07-24
just skip to 2:05 if you want to spare having to sit through an otherwise incredibly boring process
Sundry - 2010-07-24
Meh. At least he was nice enough to close it.
JimL2 - 2010-07-24
That's Beatmania IIDX, not DJ Hero.

in case anyone cares (no)
RocketBlender - 2010-07-24
May as well make the tag accurate.

chairsforcheap - 2010-07-24
i love that guy (RIP)
Chalkdust - 2010-07-24
psh, clearly he just had some important super sentai responsibilities to attend to. ain't no rubbery crab monster gonna wreck Akihabara on his watch
Udderdude - 2010-07-26
Of course, that's his battle cry as he jumps out the window.

The Faghorn - 2010-07-24
It was thoughtful of the arcade design to include shame hatches.
Binro the Heretic - 2010-07-24
Was that really rage? It looked more like shame.
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-07-24
He is 5, maybe 6 feet off the ground. Just saying. Theres a fucking car parked right outside.
RocketBlender - 2010-07-24
I said he ragequit the game, not life.

SolRo - 2010-07-25
But he's only 5.6 cm tall.

RIP crazy japanese guy

dementomstie - 2010-07-24
I didn't know that arcades had windows that opened. That was the best response to doing slightly bad I've ever seen. Even with the rage quit he got a B.
Xenocide - 2010-07-25
He's just a little distressed about the thousand years of shame which will now be visited upon his family.

rastarat - 2010-07-25
He's gone out that window before.
mouser - 2010-07-25
Clearly had practice.

pastorofmuppets - 2010-07-25
Ok, it's cliche, but at what point do you ditch the pachinko sharecropping for a real instrument?

I'm not saying music games are dumb. I even know good musicians who like PNM and probably Beatmania too. But this sounds like Rachmaninoff and he's doing glissandi on the buttons. It's like not showing up to your pilot job because you're too engrossed in Flight Sim X.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-07-25
"engrossed by" I was too busy playing sim grammar nazi

RocketBlender - 2010-07-25
I like to think he did take up an actual instrument, even making it into Tokyo's most renowned orchestra. It was during a concert he played the wrong note, dropping his instrument on the spot and leaving via fire exit, never to be seen in the musical world outside beatmania again.

FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2010-07-25
You know, I'm not normally into "why don't you just learn to play X" comments when it comes to games like this, but...
Frank Rizzo - 2010-07-25
theres a game where you pretend to be a DJ? Jesus, I thought rockband was sad. So kids everywhere can now pretend to be pretend musicians?

fuck thats sad
RocketBlender - 2010-07-25
You think that's bad, you should see autotuner hero.

twinkieafternoon - 2010-07-27
I can't wait until the eventual Midway spinoff-Blitz! style Pop Star Hero game where the music is written by songwriters form NYU for you and played by studio musicians and computers, the tracks you sing are autotuned so it doesn't matter how you do, the producers and promoters arange your career and image carefully so you appeal to particular branches of each market in the music industry, and the entire game is just occasionally singing a song (howerver you want while still sounding great) and living the dream backstage with blow, lesbian sex, and teaching your younger, less attractive sibling how to properly tie a cherry stem with your tongue.

The Catch: you know you will lose when your career unravels and you end up marrying "Stevin Chedderline," a redneck with a heart of gold who will take all your money and leave you laying with a paunch and a bald head. So it's like Tetris; how long can you tempt fate and still keep playing?

oddeye - 2010-07-25
So I assume he killed himself in shame, as is expected of him.
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