Summary: Bought this because of previous games on the ds and gba. Rhythm Heaven was a neat surprise , visually appealing and a good thing too because it adds greatly to the great beats and harmony of music in this game. All you need is a and b , some practice and you're good to go. Quite a gem.
Summary: It's like guitar hero, when it comes to good timing, but with just the A and B button and and interesting visuals to guide/trick you. A song plays, and you press the button according to whatever is going on in this particular song.
Summary: I love this game so much! Great to play solo and also with another friend - I wish more than two could play, but other than that, a great example of a rhythmic video game. I've shown this to professors and in lecture classes, and it's a lot of fun to watch people playing for the first time.
Summary: Having loved rhythm games, and loved Warioware games, I was way too excited to find out this game has been made. I had high hopes for this game, and somehow it crushed them and went way beyond.
Summary: You can youtube this game all you want, but it is not the same as playing it. Try it, it is cheap, and extremely fun for single or for many people, even with just one player mode. Best ten dollar fun i've had.
Get the DS one if you have a DS, otherwise buy this ASAP
11 December 2013
Summary: Brilliant game. Loads of quirky fun for a relatively low price. The only problem is the lack of a fleshed out multiplayer. This can be bypassed though by just taking turns, which is easy enough due to the short, minigame like quality of the game.