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Rhythm games

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by guest, Aug 30, 2015.

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  1. guest

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    Rhythm games are games that make use of mechanics related to rhythm, quite often in the form of pressing buttons/tapping screens to the rhythm of a song in a specific way. There're a range of different ways rhythm games have been executed and you can find plenty on different consoles.
    Have you played any yourself, or do you avoid rhythm games? If you have, which games did you like/dislike and why? If not, is there a reason you avoid them, or have you simply not had the chance to play one yet?
    Is there a console or consoles you think suit rhythm games better or worse? Which do you enjoy playing rhythm games on the most?
     
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    One rhythm game I played a while back and (actually, recently) replayed was a game for the DS called Rhythm Paradise.

    It held very simple mechanics, you use a series of taps and flicks, but it had some catchy tunes and a really good replayability, as well as cute graphics!

    One of my particular favourite themes from the game is "struck by the rain"
    [media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6fqlTB-nSo[/media]
     
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    I second Rhythm Heaven and add Dance Dance Revolution to the list--I love the music from all the mixes of DDR, but I have a soft spot for what is probably the iconic DDR song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9sz9QzsWXc
     
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    Rythm games are actually the only games I'm good at. I played DDR growing up and the concepts of a rythm game kinda stuck to me. Fight me up beat
     
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    I love rhythm games so much <3 My favorite one right now is Project Diva F 2nd, I just love playing that game everyday. I think PS Vita is good for rhythm games, but 3DS might take its spot in my opinion.
     
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    I have a great sense of rhythm, so it's only natural that I'm good at rhythm games. I played a game called "Zubo" on the nds a few years ago (as recommended by one of my friends), and it was really fun.
    I don't play that many games these days anymore, though... so I think Zubo was the last rhythm game I've played XD
     
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    I don't own any myself, but back when arcades were really a thing in my area, I would burn time and calories by pounding out a few rounds of Dance Dance Revolution (I think they were on the 7th or 8th one - which really dates me).

    Nowadays I don't own any, but my friend owns Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (and its sequel, Curtain Call) on his 3DS, and invited me to try a level just to see how I would like it, and how well I would do. As it so turned out, I liked it quite a lot! Thus, if I ever decided to experiment with the genre, I would probably pick up Curtain Call, since I will know what to expect - even though I'm not really a fan of how they handle the tracks, showcasing only specific sections of the track, and usually not the ones I like very much either (one particular example of this is Serpent Eating the Ground, in which they play the end of the track - and I like the beginning of it much more).
     
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    I like rhythm games! I find them pretty fun and challenging since I have been exposed to music and therefore rhythms since young. Some games that I've played before include DDR on the PS2 as well as Tap Tap Revolution and Jubeat on the iPhone.
     
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