Summary: Daughter wanted a rhythm game and thought that this would be a good choice and turned out to be correct. It's more about following the drum beat than the actual rhythm, but entertaining no less.
Summary: I received this game long ago as a present. I hear of its' rise in japan under a different name and heard about its' coming to the west. I did not expect much, but maybe that was for the better. By the first 3 songs on the game, i was hooked. I was skeptical at first because of the song choices, but tapping madly to the beat of "ABC" and "Let's Dance" got me going .
Summary: I wanted to try a rhythm game since it's a genre I never tried before and a blogger I came across rank this as one of their favorite 10 DS games, so I figured I'd give it a try. It's very silly and very high-pace fun, just tons of energy in this game and a lot of laughts. It's definitely worth the very modest price you can buy it for if you own a DS, 3DS or 2DS. It does kick my butt, though, if I don't use its easy setting, but it's also my first rhythm game...
Summary: I really love this game. The premise is to tap the nintendo DS screen in tune with music. Most of the music are licensed songs but they are not sung by the original artist. Sk8ter boy actually sounds decent when Avril Lavigne is not singing it (I am just kidding, it still is a bad song). The game ramps up in difficulty and if you don't like a game that tests your reflexes than stay away from this one.
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