Top Ten: Music Games

Saluting the top rockers of video games!

By Robert Marrujo. Posted 09/17/2014 13:00 1 Comment     ShareThis

6) Rhythm Heaven

Released: Nintendo DS, 2009

Rhythm Heaven was as quirky as it was fun. Using the touch screen with the DS oriented vertically, players tapped and slid to the rhythm of the music while also completing a variety of oddball tasks and scenarios. Rhythm Heaven‘s music gameplay was a strength, as it felt as though there was always something different to do, but it wouldn’t have been as fun if not for how peculiar the activities associated with that gameplay were. Whether it was building robots or participating in a glee club, Rhythm Heaven hit too many perfect notes to be ignored.

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One Response to “Top Ten: Music Games”

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    ejamer says...

    I don’t really like music games… but have to admit this list has a lot of quality software on it.

    My only complaints:
    * Donkey Konga and Mario DDR were great ideas but Nintendo needed more remixed NES tracks and fewer public domain songs thrown into the mix
    * Rock Band 2 should be replaced by The Beatles Rock Band (not because Rock Band 2 is bad, but because The Beatles version is just that awesome)


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