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Unison: Rebels of Rhythm and Dance
10 September 2010
Excerpt: Da Introduction: Lace up your funky high tops and get ready to bust to the beat! Tecmo's Unison: Rebels of Rhythm and Dance is the next title in the wave of boogie down video games shuffling onto the console scene. If you've stepped into your locale arcade in the last few years you've probably been witness to the electric dance phenomena, with gamers going head to head in front of small crowds, planting their feet in sync with flashing lights and catchy beats to achieve...
Excerpt: Known for its focus in delivering high-caliber titles, namely the Dead or Alive and Monster Rancher franchises which provided significant entertaining appeal, Tecmo set out to introduce an innovative approach to rhythm-action titles. Enter the world of Unison: Rebels of Rhythm and Dance , a unique title combining the elements of Japanese anime, hip music, and endless replay value which you, your friends and the whole family can enjoy.
Excerpt: Leave it up to Konami to create a game such as Dance Dance Revolution, and begin a videogaming trend like no other. It seems like these days, everything is about Konami, the 3rd party is surrounded by the press due to games like Silent Hill 2 and Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.
Excerpt: Take a moment to imagine that you're 200 years in the future. Flying cars, futuristic looking clothes, it's all there. Everything except one thing: dancing. That's right, dancing has been outlawed, and anyone caught dancing within the city limits of Twinships (the city where the game takes place) will be arrested and banished. And who's to blame for all of this? The leader of Twinships, who goes by the name of Emperor Ducker.