#36 Enviado: 20:34 08/02/2012 Editado: 20:35 08/02/2012 (1 vez)
Review de Wired
The game’s criteria for letting you progress from one game to the next can be frustratingly strict, too. I frequently had moments where I felt I performed almost perfectly, only to be told to try again. And again.
It’s doubly annoying when there’s no easy to way to restart when you know you’re doing particularly badly. Instead you have to pause, quit to the main menu, select your game and wait through the brief intro sequence that accompanies each one.
Fortunately, the game allows you to skip any mini-game that you’re stuck on, but only after hitting your head against the wall several times. At that point the brain damage has been done.
There’s an addictive quality, too, thanks to the simple mechanics and the variety of the minigames. You’re bound to have quite a few favorites that you keep returning to long after mastering them, just so you can play them again and listen to the music.
Rhythm Heaven Fever boasts a staggeringly extensive soundtrack of catchy tunes covering an array of different genres, from head-pounding rock to way-too-sweet pop, everything with a distinct Japanese style. Kicking back and listening to the music is the single biggest stress reliever when you’re getting frustrated by the high difficulty.
WIRED Crazy, funny graphics, excellent genre-spanning soundtrack, simple and precise controls, perfect for parties.
TIRED Those who lack rhythm may find themselves very frustrated.
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