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Chrono Skating?
Posted on Friday, August 10 2007 @ 21:31:48 Eastern

Being the "gaymer" that I am, I love two things: video games and figure skating. Ha! Unfortunately, these two fields hardly intersect. Aside from (I'm not kidding) Michelle Kwan's figures skating video game for the PC (which hardly got a lick of press, for good reason), I can't think of any reason why something that is based on artful technique would be easily translatable to a mostly rule-based video game medium.

Which is why, this is the closest thing to a fusion of triple lutzes and games that I can think of. It's not perfect (especially towards the end), but the song strangely works with the choreography.

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