Conclusion: Rhythm Heaven is a solid game that fans of the series will definitely love and new players will enjoy as well. The series transitioned well from the handheld platform to the main platforms extremely well which is a tricky thing for any game series to do.
Excerpt: Ah Nintendo, first you made me realise I need to lose a few pounds by playing Wii Fit and now you’re out to prove to me that I have no sense of rhythm? What did I ever do to you? Well, I hate to admit it, but you were right about the weight thing and it appears that you’ve gotten me yet again, as...
Excerpt: Rhythm Heaven Fever (a.k.a. Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise , Everybody’s Rhythm Heaven ) is the third game in the Rhythm Heaven series. The previous installment, Rhythm Heaven , released on the Nintendo DS and the rare first installment, Rhythm Tengoku , never got a U.S.
Pros: plentiful levels/content, catchy music, simple controls, unique art design, affordable price, challenging/intuitive play, variety, entertainment value, high replay value
Conclusion: The worst thing I can say about Rhythm Heaven Fever is that it doesn’t seem like it utilizes the Wii all that well. It looks sharp, but not in a way that it couldn’t have on a portable. The motion isn’t used, the IR is optional, and it only uses 2 buttons.
Nintendo’s Bizarre Musical Experiment Finds A Home On The Wii
29 February 2012
Conclusion: Concept: Take the rhythm genre in a bizarre, challenging, and entertaining direction
Graphics: Brilliant colors and strange designs make Rhythm Heaven Fever hard to look away from
Sound: Every song gets drilled into your head, and you will welcome each one with open arms (ears?
Conclusion: Overall, this is a game well worth the price tag. For $29.99, this is a bargain in an age where the average Wii game is about $49.99. I’d recommend you all to pick it up, especially if you love rhythm games or at least enjoy the strange and surreal.
Excerpt: Whubba-dubba-dubba. Fans of rhythm games who have grown just as tired as everyone else of the generic instrument-based fare of recent days may have paid attention when a bizarre DS title called Rhythm Heaven came out some while back.
Excerpt: If there’s one thing I remember most about my time playing games in the NES days, it’s that perseverance always lead to the greatest sense of achievement. From Ninja Gaiden to Castlevania 3 & Battletoads, difficulty was something that many old school gamers have learned to embrace and relish over...
Excerpt: With a beautiful soundtrack and visuals to match, you can’t go wrong picking this game up for the Wii. The game is quirky and fun, and has an undeniable charm that many games today don’t have.