Summary: This has to be the one of the best games that I have ever owned and every DS owner should. At times the songs can get a bit tedious, especially when you fail "Jumpin' Jack Flash" 30-something times and some of the cover artist actually sound good, if not better than the original artists
Summary: Elite Beat Agents is a game where you use music to solve the many problems of the world. Using the touch screen you can match the rhythms with the songs playing, and depending on how well you do, it'll let you succeed in saving someone from a particular situation. The situations are hilarious and very well played. They act almost like short stories, and each of them have their own unique charm and wit.
Summary: I have heard many great things about this game and it took me a while to get it but i finally have it. Let me tell you, if you want a fun time, play this. Its sad that there wont be a sequel anytime soon because it was so fun. Great music, fun gameplay, wacky characters, this game has it all. But a couple of downsides, Multiplayer isnt that fun, sometimes the aiming dosent detect (when i hit a note, it dosent notice it) although that is pretty rare.
Summary: The music is about half great and half barely tolerable. Overall, it's still a very "fun" tracklist. Maybe it's because I dislike 'J-pop' intensely, but the gameplay more than makes up for the poor music selections in both. The humour lives up to Ouendan, as well as general difficulty (which the ability to skip straight to the song greatly helps). The most addictive game I've played since..Ouendan.