Summary: Get it on sale if you can, but honestly I just got it at full price, and I'd probably gladly pay double. This game is more addictive than crack (but a lot cheaper). And as a bonus, you can link it to last.fm to scrobble.
Summary: If you have the Money and like your Music, I'd suggest buying this. It has quite a few different modes to play, including Multiplayer, Looks great, and most importantly, it makes the levels to your music very well! Slow songs makes a slow level, Faster songs makes a Fast and Hard Level!
Summary: The ultimate casual game. Playing to your own music, your scores are entered to international leader boards. There's nothing more satisfying than getting the number one score on a track, knowing that you played better than anyone else in the world.
Summary: Wonderfully addicting, intuitive gameplay that appeals to everyone who isn't easily susceptible to motion-sickness. Rating at an 8 since this simple game runs much heavier than it needs to, but for the price and broad appeal it simply cannot be beat.
Excerpt: A solid 9.5. The only reason why it isn't a perfect score is very simply because you can't stream live stuff-but of course I'm the only one that would possibly want to do that, ever. Everything critical that can be examined was mentioned in the review. Great, great game. Worth the $10.
Excerpt: and it is one of the funnest experience I had witha music game. It might be the fact I get to play music in a game that I actually enjoy, that got be so hooked. Whatever it is I know I will be playing for quite a while. My favorites are any Daft Punk songs and post OK Computer Radiohead.