maybe I'll go to Game Stop and ask to try it, or buy it and if I don't like it I can bring it back before the week ends...
Rhythm Heaven Video Review
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- Apr 1, 2009
Tom gets his groove on in this flashy video review for Rhythm Heaven.
Just got this awesome game for 5,95 Euros of Amazon. How can they sell such an awesome game for such a low price? That's blasphemy! Anyways I'm not gonna complain. It gave me the chance to finally get this game.
Sry but i kinda think you just suck at it then. Its pretty hard but games should be challenging. But still, if someone doesn't like rhythm games or music, then they shouldn't play. If I dont like sports games, then im not gonna like a simple soccer game
what is he talking about? I have played it and the flicks are very responsive, and you don't need to have that much natural talent. Though I think that the reviewer has no rhythm period.
I wouldn't really say that this game is super hard, but the scoring is definitely really harsh. You can fail a level even if you think you did really well.
I think I know why the reviewer had trouble flicking. He seemed to just flick in time with the beat. He should be holding the stylus down, and then timing his flicks, not just flicking wen its time to flick.
The flicking has never missed for me, and I probably have flicked tens of thousands of times. It looks like the wrong person reviewed the game.
this game is great and fun but the person that was playing really sucked and it's true if u suck and gots no rhythm u will hate this game cuz even if u think u did great u didn't do good enough
people who say he is wrong for saying this is too difficult should consider that not everyone is that good with rhythm i got this game because i love most rhythm games, but i found this way too hard and unforgiving, which just made it frustrating. And i'm usually good at these type of games! the flicking action was unresponsive at times, which added to the frustration
I go with what "Cecil_Highwind" says: "Looks kinda weird, but weird is good." !! This may well have me investing in a DSi, & the info "chubbychocobo" provides below re: the good deal available if purchasing is appreciated Nice review.
wow, this review spends more time explaining (and being sarcastic) then reviewing. theres a reason this reviewer is reviewing this game instead of the next major Mario. Which is too bad. I wish more music games whould follow down this path. it is difficult, but not frustrating as the reviewer implied..
This is quite a weird game....but it is really fun and incredibly addicting. And another plus that I found is that my piano playing skills have improved. How can I not recommend this game too music/rhythm lovers? Even too the casual and hardcore, this game is enjoyable.
Get the Japanese version everyone! It's much better! You don't need to know the language to have fun! The English voices and singing are terrible, even the audio quality of the re-done tracks is much worse and the fonts are ugly! I can't believe Nintendo has done this. PS. The reviewer doesn't seem to have a good understanding of musical styles.
_Its good, but not worth no 50 bucks.... _thats why its 30 Me: you can get it for $25 on Amazon. And if you preorder the DSi and this game in one order, you'll get $10 discount (I'm doing it). Which means you're paying 15 for this game :D cheer!
I find it strange that Gamespot chose this reviewer to review this fgame, since he seems to have some trouble with the rhythms. I mean, aren't mostly only people who enjoy music and fairly complex rhythms going to want to buy this game? But, I'm really impressed that he stuck with it despite finding it difficult, and gave it a decent score. Thanks Tom!
definently wrong with the difficulty level. I've played it IN JAPANESE, and I'm completly unable to speak japanese. They were right about the screen sometimes not responding to flicks, but the difficulty was slightly difficult at worst. Deserved more, but they did praise it.
After playing every song to death in Elite Beat Agents and Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 1 and 2, it looks like us rhythm fans finally have something else to sink our teeth into. The dual screen system receives yet another great title!
I've got the Japanese version, "Rhythm Tengoku Gold". Great game. Really fun to go back to. Not as hard as the review says though, I don't think.