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First order of business: there are no waggle controls in Rhythm Heaven Fever. This game could have quickly deteriorated into a frustrating mess if motion controls had been implemented, so I offer my praise to the team for avoiding that potential pitfall. The touch-screen controls on the DS game often got in the way, and WarioWare: Smooth Mooves, although fun, proved challenging based solely on the controls alone.
Now, you’re probably wondering how long the game will take you to complete. I completed it in about six hours with at least an hour of that time being spent on the last stage which you have to do nearly perfectly to pass. It’s really challenging, but also very rewarding when you complete it.
That whole idea of obstruction that I mentioned in my description of Samurai Slice in an interesting one. In this stage, a narrative takes place that makes it difficult to see what’s going on in terms of the things you need to slice, but other stages work this in as well. The best example I can think of is Air Rally where you’re playing racquet ball in an airplane. Your partner will move further away from you, making you believe that there will be a delay in the time it takes the ball to reach you, but in actuality, it takes the same exact time, creating a big mind trip. It’s actually easier to perform well on this one looking away from the screen, as the shift in visual cues will throw you off every time. I thought this was a very clever game mechanic.
In all, though, I have very little to complain about. I doubt I’ll ever get perfect on most of these stages, but I’m okay with that. I feel that the game tested and refined my sense of rhythm while keeping me incredibly entertained with its stimulating visuals, catchy music, and variety of rhythmic play styles. All of this is available for the asking price of $29.99, so I can’t really be all that hard on the game with the few minor complaints that I had.
I recommend checking it out if you’re a fan of the series or of rhythm games in general. It just may be one of the best games on the Wii this year!