Conclusion: TrueTallus: Amplitude review is coming soon, and I couldn’t agree more with all your points. Amp is perhaps the better game, but Frequency is a more intriguing "experience". The soundtrack is also a big factor in which one you will prefer (again, I really appreciate some of the musicians Freq.
Conclusion: That’s a fair writeup. I personally adore the game but haven’t tried out the remix mode for more than a couple of minutes. Most of the problems you mention here are addressed in Amplitude, so I guess that would be the better game.
Summary: This game is really fun as you start to understand what it's about. The sound features songs from many different well known artists and when you get really good at it you can amaze all of your friends. The game gets aggrevating at times but believe me all the time you spend playing it will pay off.
Summary: Boy,you have to get it or at least try it.The heck with Vista's Magnet program!This is better than a magnet program!It's all about the music.This game has 6 soncs to it that you can play or make a remix.But there may be more since I only have a demo.The beginning is good with the chanlengers and the...
Summary: Where do I start with this fantastic game. I remember when I first stumbled across this on a demo disc that came with an issue of PlayStation magazine. Also included in that disc was "Amplitude" and "Gitaroo Man", which will be some of the best music games ever made. But enough about that.
Summary: The Good: Great song selection, simple yet challenging gameplay, remix mode is fun The Bad: Visuals can give you a headache, not enough songs, can get extremely hard later on Before Guitar Hero and Rock Band, Harmonix created this fun rhythm game using pop, hip-hop, industrial rock, and other...
Summary: I only own the demo of the game, giving me only about 15 mins. of play time, but each time I play I come up with various ways to make the music slower or faster. I am a very musical person and Frequecy has ranked very high on my want (wish) list.
Summary: Do you like club / techno music? Frequency is an interesting music-based game allowing you to blast through techno remix songs from many different popular artists. The visuals in this game are pretty trippy, offering an entertaining experience while you blast through levels of music.
Summary: I've never been a fan of rhythm type games but I checked this one out because I liked the music that came with it. It took about one hour for me to get used to the gameplay and objectives but since then I've been hooked.