Mad Maestro! Review
While the game is both quirky and Japanese, it simply isn't compelling or challenging enough to really engage its target audience of hard-core rhythm gamers.
Being a fan of classical music has its perks. For one thing, listening to Mozart flexes the mind(or so I'm told). For another, even the most hardcore rock singer needs classical training. And third, you get to play a ... Read Full Review4 of 4 users found the following review helpful
There are lots of video games out in the world today that involve playing music like the popular Rock Band and Just Dance series but very few of them ever use the old style of classic music as I'm not much of a fan of th... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Graphics: 3/10 Ok, lets be honest here, the graphics are a just a near mess. There nothing terribly special about them, they just get the job done. On the plus side, every level has a dark and a light version and its fu... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Somebody was on an acid trip when they decided to make this game. You play the role of a young conductor, who one day (seemingly after swallowing some mushrooms) is confronted by a fairy. She tells you of a plan to shu... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Mad Maestro has a unique concept in the realm of musical rhythm games. You play as a conductor trying to save the town concert hall from demolition by recruiting the local townsfolk as musicians and holding a grand conce... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Mad Maestro was never much of a good idea. The whole thing was a rip-off of Parappa the Rapper, only with an orchestra. Of couse, the Japanese had to try. And it could have been great, had they put forth any effort whats... Read Full Review0 of 4 users found the following review helpful
This game is about classical music. The concert hall will be demolished because it's not used anymore. You're a conductor and it's your job to find enough musicians so that you can hold a concert in the concert hall. If ... Read Full Review0 of 2 users found the following review helpful
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