Summary: this is a great ps2 game that is a guitar hero copied. the way you play this game is that you use l1 R1 and R2 to hit the notes coming in a certain combo thats held by a green line. Then after you hit that you use the control pad to move over. the playlist for the time it came out is pretty beast.
Summary: i purchased both this game and its brother, frequency as gifts for friends because i knew how many hours of fun and addiction they both gave me. while this game shares many similarities with frequency it possesses a broader range of music (as opposed to mainly techno/electronic) which some may like...
Summary: It's a shame that some of the greatest titles are often overlooked. I could probably count on one hand the number of people that have even heard of FreQuency, let alone actually played it. Yet, mention "PaRappa the Rapper", and people will chime in from across the room.
Summary: My addiction started with Frequency, which I picked up for cheap at a used store. I was hooked from the beginning. As soon as possible, I got Amplitude. It fixed the one thing I didn't like about Frequency, and greatly improved on other things that I had no complaint about. First off, the FreQs.
Excerpt: I first heard of amplitude when I spent Easter with my boyfriend's family in 2007. Four years after Amplitude was initially released, the family were still playing it as a party game, so I was intrigued as to how it had managed to keep it's appeal for so many years.
Excerpt: Amplitude involves moving along some tracks and zapping sound bubbles to release the sounds inside them thus making up a whole song. Controls and game play are simple to learn and pick up and this combined with the great music and pretty graphics makes it an ideal game for playing at parties,...
Pros: Great to play at parties, rewarding skill development
Excerpt: [Review taken from my website - www.ps2-central.co.uk] When I first seen this game mentioned on a DVD demo from a magazine, it looked brilliant. When I saw it out in the shops, I instantly bought it. Since then, I have not stopped playing this game. It is so addictive!
Pros: Great music licences with likes of Run DMC, Blink 182 and Garbage, hi res graphics .
Cons: Rumour only - Online mode taken off (someone confirm this please??) - apart from that, no cons
Excerpt: --- OVERVIEW --- Amplitude on the PS2 is the sequel to the game Frequency, so for any of you who have played that you may have some idea of what to expect. Basically Amplitude is a music game where you have to follow the rhythm of the music and hit targets (notes) on the correct beats and score...
Pros: Good selection of tracks, excellent multiplayer play .