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Supreme Alien Dancer in The Black Eyed Peas Experience

Supreme Alien Dancer149 (25)

This is a rare achievementEarn rank S on Alien difficulty

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Boots Orion
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Boots Orion
Achievement won on 13 Dec 12
TA Score for this game: 3,218
Posted on 13 December 12 at 22:39, Edited on 13 December 12 at 22:46
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First off, I apologize if this is virtually identical to my solution for
The Black Eyed Peas ExperiencePlanet RockThe Planet Rock achievement in The Black Eyed Peas Experience worth 102 pointsEarn rank A or higher on Alien difficulty
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Nothing I can say will make this easy. This game is brutally hard. Every single part of your body is tracked very precisely (keep it clean, folks! hahaha) and you must be able to stay in rhythm or you have no chance. The beat-indicator is the "flash 'n ping" you'll see and hear during the song as you dance.

With that said, here are some things that some of you probably want to know. Alien has a 4X point and Follower multiplier. The only thing that this makes easier to do though is accrue more Followers. Be warned, the Followers you earn in a song are only added to your total career Followers if you get (at minimum) a 'C' rank. The Alien difficulty is unlocked somewhere between 15,000 and 16,000 Followers.

As for the song, I tried several unsuccessfully, but i settled on "Step 1" for "My Humps". My total Followers earned when I got the 'S' rank were about 420, and I got the "S' rank somewhere between 400 and 412 Followers.

About the 3 moves.

Move 1 is pretty straightforward. All you have to do is bend your knees slightly, keep your back straight and alternate swinging your arms behind you. Basically, I imitated the dancer and had no problems...I got "Incredible" just about every time.

Move 2 is pretty straightforward too, but what you want to do is keep the beat with your punches. Also, keep the arm in the back (i.e., the one that isn't punching) as straight as you can. This is the part I figured out after several attempts.

Move 3 looks easy as well, but is somewhat tricky as you also have to move your head (or you'll have a problem getting more than "Good"). What the move entails is alternating a "YES!" arm movement with each arm (I don't know what else to call it...just imitate the dancer:)), and then swing your arm down to your side, and do the same YES! move with your other arm...on the opposite side. With your head, while you're swinging your arm down, you kind of want to act like you punched yourself in the side of the face (i.e., "kink" or "twitch" your neck to the side); after the "punch" keep your head at about a 45 degree angle too. This move is similar to the "Snake" move you'll see in a lot of dancing games. The important thing about this move, that isn't obvious, is that the arm you aren't doing the "YES!" move with should be kept straight at your side. Even though it isn't moving, that arm is still being tracked. Well played, iNiS.

Finally, if you haven't done this already, you should calibrate the game to your TV. I found this did help a bit, and considering how precise this game is, any help is a huge bonus. To calibrate your game, I believe that you have to back all the way out to the "Welcome" screen and select Options...and then audio and/or video "latency".

I hope this helps, and I welcome any tips or questions you may have. Feel free to put them in the comments below or PM me.
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