Xyber Death;3612452 said:I got another question, can you be a peer reviewer outside of USA? I live in Sweden and would love to try all the songs and help the authors make them as good as possible.
dmbdaw;3612566 said:What if you can't play all difficulties on every instrument? My drumming doesn't go past medium.
Splync;3612595 said:You just wouldn't be as effective of a peer reviewer. Nothing is forcing you to play it on every instrument on every difficulty, but it helps a lot. For example: If a song had a messed up expert chart, and you voted to pass it because the charts up to medium were fine, then it could lead to problems down the line. I'm sure at least doing one (preferably two) instrument(s) on all difficulties could still make some progress on the song moving along. This is all just from my understanding, so don't fully take my word on it; since I, myself am not a peer reviewer because I'm too cheap.
I_Love_You;3612633 said:Hopefully HMX realizes there are too few and will find some way to change the system.
dmbdaw;3613116 said:Need to brush up and read the differences between testing and reviewing.
So long story longer in testing(which comes first) you can choose to do one instrument(but on all difficulties) or all of them. Entirely up to you, but you need to do it in one go because once you enter your testing info, that's it.
kingtonyx;3616806 said:Rewards are apparently not allowed.The labels involved have tried to offer rewards for good playtests/peer reviews but the posts were quickly locked/deleted by the mods over there.
ethicalpaul;3616971 said:Some kind of reward from HMX would be totally different than an author rewarding peer reviewers with swag. In fact, hmx gave away quite a few trial XNA memberships, as I believe you must know.Why is logic so hard?
dmbdaw;3618988 said:Reward or not I'm helping with the process. Wish I knew more about charting. For now reviewing will do.