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: This is as simple and classic as rhythm games get. See the note, push the button, get rewarded with music. The only way to win is to do and not to think. It'd get five stars, except that a lot of the rough edges in gameplay have been removed in its sequel, Amplitude.
Summary: First off, let me say that initially I didn't like this game - I'm not particularly fond of this kind of music, and when I watched the guy across the hall play it, I just thought it was ... stupid. But then he made ME play it, and I was hooked.
Summary: This game is unbelievably addicting. If you like music, and if you have played tetris, this is the game for you. Who thought pressing three buttons over and over could be so fun? In frequency, you choose a song that they have on 5 different stages, and instrument by instrument, you add the notes to...
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.
Summary: graphics: nothing too special, what there is will mostly just keep the people watching entertained since the players will be transfixed by the game play. Actually this is a game that is tough on the eyes of the players since blinking is actually difficult on many of the songs.
Excerpt: This game for the PS2 is a really easy, yet enjoyable game to play. It has a lot of similarities to Amplitude, but nevertheless is a very good game. This game is great for people who are really into music, be it playing or listening.
Pros: Simple aims/targets within the game
Cons: Music may not please to everyone, frustrating
Excerpt: Calling all desk drummers and foot tappers.. The eagle has landed! You cannot overlook this gem. Now found in bargain basements across the land. Pick this up for £20 and you will not be disappointed. I paid the full £40 and it was worth every penny!
Pros: Simple to learn difficult to master . Very rewarding .
Cons: Basic Graphics, The superior sequal 'Amplitude' is out
Excerpt: I got Frequency a while ago of a friend and couldn't put it down for a week or two. Its similar to Dance Dance Revolution, although the more shy among us might find it somewhat intimidating to use a DDR Pad, even in their own homes.
Pros: Cool game, pick - up - and - playability, nice graphics, very simple
Cons: Music is a bit dated now, gets VERY difficult