Summary: This is a fun rhythm game that is fun for both the player and whoever is watching. Is catchy, fun, sometimes very funny but always entertaining. Better to play for short periods of time. I recommended it highly.
Summary: I just wish I had more rhythm. I've only played a little of Rhythm Heaven Fever and I'm beginning to think that I may not be suited to doing well in rhythm/music games. The first mini game is to hit golf balls at various tempos. I've had a lot of difficulty matching the faster tempo. I am an elderly person, so perhaps my poor performance is merely due to the slower reflexes associated with advanced maturity.
Summary: Do you like rhythm-based games? Do you like fun minigames? Are you willing to accept frustration, challenges, and difficulty? Well, if you said yes to at least one of those questions, you might like Rhythm Heaven Fever, a game with about 50 rhythm-based minigames. With addicting minigames, challenging rhythm, a great new formula, and fun rhythm-based multiplayer games, this might end up being the game for you.
Summary: This game could be mistaken for a lazy flash game that the Devs are asking full (Wii) price for, but make no mistake! This game is so much fun especially the wrestler part. NOTE!!! You should not play this game in English as it looses a lot of its character. Have seen both regions ( English and Japanese) and I have to say; it is so much fun shouting and flexing your muscles in the middle of the girls question.
Summary: !!!~HOW TO READ THIS REVIEW: 1. Basic thoughts and knowledge on the games (first paragraph) 2. FAQ's (the part between the squiggly lines) 3. WHAT IS THIS GAME? (everything that is not between the squiggly line) 4. Should I get this game? I know what this is about already. (read the last paragraph) I would seriously pay $50 for this. This is such a fun game. Everyone will find something challenging in this game (or everything). Okay... so... what's this game?
Summary: This game was my most highly anticipated one for this year since the release of trailers from Nintendo came out. After viewing the various minigames they have, I began to believe that this game would be even better than the DS version. Unfortunately the standard I had set was too high and the disappointment continued when I come across the first tutorial scenario, as well as the opening scene in the game wasn't necessary as it denied what the player desired: fun.