Summary: It does what its supposed to, very entertaining for a short amount of time. You can play any song you want, but the concept does get dry and the game does get boring. I generally enjoy playing it though, even if the enjoyment is short lived.
Summary: Wow! What is with all of the bad press on this game? I bought it for a reasonable price and have spent more hours playing this to my own music than many other games. It may not be perfect, but you have to hand it to the developer for being able to make something similar to another popular game, yet...
Summary: This game does have a good idea behind it, taking the Audiosurf idea of making a rhythm based game involving your own music, as opposed to whatever the developers want you to play. Sadly, Rhythm Zone tries to do one thing and does it badly.
Summary: Out of all the PC rhythm based games out there that allow you to import your own music I like this one the best. The note detection is very good. For a 10 dollar game on Steam, its well worth the money. The visualizers are great and game play is very addicting.
Summary: Game play is pretty awesome for this game, downside is it makes me MORE dizzy when the fretboard moves around :). Its pretty cool how they make it use your own music, since I have some pretty obscure tastes, its great to be able to play along with my favourite bands.
Summary: Let's face it music genre games are a dime a dozen, but I'm really intrigued by how the pricepoint for such games have gone down. I feel 10 dollars may be a little low nowadays for a game, but i understand people are skeptical and with so many cheap iphone games....
Summary: I just got this game, and it is awesome! Basically you use the music you like, and play the game. It detects what song it is, and each song has it's own actual leaderboard..i was pretty amazed on how it detects the beat..definitely worth it.