Summary: It's a cute game made up of many mini games. It's sometimes hard to get a badge (and sometimes for just an OK), but you never get bored repeating. Because the rhythm and music is really good, and the cartoons have many details that will make you smile :) The game also includes some 2-player games.
Summary: Great rhythm game! I really love it! I liked the original, so I bought this one. I enjoyed everything in this game so far, except some games are "over-creative". I think this one is as good as the original, which is a very good game.
A fun filled rhythm based game that's fun to watch and play with a friend!
26 June 2014
Summary: I played the first Rhythm Heaven game for Nintendo DS and absolutely loved it! It's super addicting and is definitely one of the gems of Nintendo whether they know it or not! This game is all about keeping the rhythm and playing through the 50 fun filled levels getting the best score and is a great...
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.