I’ve been playing with Phase Shift for like 2 months. It’s not a new game, I just knew it. If you’re interested what’s the changes and differences I will quickly explain it.
Changes from Frets on Fire/FoFix:
- You can play a real guitar notes if you have the right configuration and notes (the songs also must support the real guitar notes).
- Lyric display integrated with notes.mid (new FoFix has implemented this like in Rock Band). As of now, you can’t sing like in FoFix can do, the developer still doesn’t know how the lyric script working to the game, for now you can just only display it. If you like to sing a lot, better to stick your tongue in UltraStar.
- Improved graphic, video support, 3d background support (easier to edit than FoFix) and 3D Anaglyph support (other colors also supported)
- Easily change your song.ini within the game via pause menu.
- Practice mode is better than ever!
- Star Power mechanism like in Guitar Hero World Tour and Rock Band.
- Drum Support, 5 Lane Drum Support.
- Key Support, no need for strum if you don’t like the game default mechanism! If you ever played O2 Jam, this system is adapted from that. For you to do this, you need to edit the notes.mid to work.
- Up to 4 players support if you have different controller and know how to set it. As much as I know, the controller setting is hard to set and boring as hell to figure it out. This is one of the most crucial of failed mechanism in this game (in my opinion).
- Faster browsing song, not lagging one like in Frets on Fire.
- Better profile management.
- Backward compatible with FoFix songs.
If you’re interested with this game, you should visit http://www.dwsk.co.uk to download the game or just to read about the game.
Well. for the past 3 weeks I’ve been creating anime songs. I just complete 4 songs and on-going 3 songs. I’m not sure if I’m going to continue because I’ve been busy playing Kamidori Alchemy Meister. If you have any question, feel free to ask the community, most of the questions are answered before you ask *LOL.