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Re: guitar hero-sick

Nov 28, 2006


Jesus Lover wrote:
i was watching someone play guitar hero, waiting my tern. i watched about 5 songs, then got up and streatched. when i did, it looked as if i was in jello, sinking down! as the room rose, and i fell, i got a bit freaked out! it was NOT motion sickness. I dont ever remember getting this before. has anyone elce had this happn?


So it felt as if you just took some sort of drug? This happens to me if im really sleepy.
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Re: guitar hero-sick

Nov 28, 2006
So someone else gets this, too!  I noticed this in Guitar Hero, but even more in their first game, Frequency.  After a song it cut to a window showing you the score and I always swore it was slowly moving up the screen, but it was always in the same place.  I guess it's just a kind of tunnel vision you get from watching the notes fall towards you.
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Treasure Hunter
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Nov 28, 2006
yea in the summer when i vegetate, sometimes when i wake up i get a wierd sensation like im going to pass out...i think its fromm sitting down so long then when you stand up the blood in your body does something.
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Nov 28, 2006
That has never happened to me. I have to get GH 2 by the way.
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Re: guitar hero-sick

Nov 28, 2006
Dehydrated?
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Nov 28, 2006
light headedness maybe? or you should lay off the acid
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Re: Re: guitar hero-sick

Nov 28, 2006
no, our minds re-adjust, so that the falling notes are normal. then when things stop falling, it keeps adjusting, makint stuff go up.
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