Summary: This is a really nice game. At first the graphics look flat, but the variety is huge. It has about 50 games, all with really nice songs. The music is interesting enough to not bore you while playing it again and again. Even for musicians, this game is a splendid way to make your musical timing better.
Summary: Brilliant game! 50 very fun and addictive mini games to play along with lots of other bonus games that will become available as you complete mini games to a superb standard. Some mini games will also become available in two player mode as you complete them in single player. There a wide variety of mini games to play with many different styles of music so every game sounds different.
Summary: Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise is simply put an excellent game. It's pure gameplay and simple controls will keep you in your seat and it's extremely hard to stop playing this game. If you have a Wii and want to play a fun and unique game you have to buy this game. And don't worry if this game will be too easy since it's very challenging but in a good way.
Summary: To explain simply how this game is played would make it seem unworthy of high praise, but it is in its simplicity that Rhythm Paradise achieves such brilliance. The game is played by pressing a combination of 2 buttons in time with the beat, with a variety of original music and loony animated visuals as accompaniment.
Summary: A crazy rhythm based mini-game collection that ranges from high-fiving monkeys in a giant monkey watch to pigs in a boardroom meeting( & those aren't even the craziest songs in the game). The game has very simple controls(you either press "A", "B", or "A+B") but can be very challenging if you aren't musically inclined.
Summary: As fan of its predecessor Rhythm Paradise on the DS, I was so excited to play the next game. I have played a few instruments in my time and thought that my sense of rhythm would easily get me through. Don't be fooled! There are a few complex rhythms that had me stumped! This game will bring you truly into the world of rhythm, with quirky animations and as always really catchy songs. I loved the fact that you could play in Japanese or English too.
Conclusion: Beat The Beat: Rhythm Paradise is an incredibly fun rhythm game. The music is all very catchy and you will find yourself humming some of the tunes at times! The games are quite unique, which adds to the fun a lot. One example of how they are unique is the first game you play, where you are golfer (hitting hole in ones each time) and there is a monkey (there are lots of monkeys in this game) and a mandrill throwing golf balls for you to hit.
Summary: I'm still fairly new to the rhythm genre, but I'm enjoying Beat the Beat. There are 50 mini-games, and after four games there's a remix where the 4 games appear in random order. The game requires no more control than the a button or a and b button, and as long as you can keep with the rhythm then you'll have no trouble, but that's a tricky task to achieve! I found some games too tricky, but you can skip them if you're really struggling.