Posts Tagged ‘Rhythm Action’
Symphonica review: iNiS’s return to proper rhythm-action continues. But it still can’t match the high notes of Ouendan or Gitaroo Man
Review: Rocksmith looks to take rhythm-action gaming to its logical conclusion as an interactive guitar tutor. But does it actually work?
Review: Rock Band Blitz takes the familiar Rock Band model and twists it into something entirely different, yet just as good
Review: Beat The Beat: Rhythm Paradise isn’t just one last hurrah for the Wii, it’s one of the best rhythm action games we’ve seen in years.
Review: Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy may not be the best rhythm-action game or the best RPG. But it may well be the best anniversary package in gaming
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, Beat The Beat: Rhythm Paradise, Spelunky and Walking Dead Episode 2 comprise a surprisingly decent weekend of gaming. Plus: Anarchy Reigns and Phantasy Star Online 2 are released in Japan!
Review: Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure. Sega’s genre-bender has all the right notes, just not necessarily in the right order.
As we merrily tap away on our plastic guitars and extravagantly priced mock-turntables, it can be easy to forget that the vast influence of the rhythm genre began with the psychedelic adventures of a paper-thin, rapping dog. games™ talks to the daddy of rhythm games about the infinite potential of music, and the inspirational power of fruit.