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- Players must feel the rhythm and tap buttons on their Wii Remote controllers accurately, in time to the music to pass each challenge
- All the games are new to this edition, though people who have played the Nintendo DS version might recognize familiar characters
- The player is presented with numerous quirky challenges, all set to funky beats, that challenge them to interact with the action on screen in time with the music
- As players become more proficient they can earn a medal for their accurate performances and unlock bonus content
- Much of the music was created by the Japanese producer and pop music hit maker, TSUNKU
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+50 minigames in the single player mode
+8 two player games
+Music is fantastic
+Massive replay value for completion
+Games present a challenge, but overall seems to be easier than Rhythm Heaven on the DS
+$30 for a new game!
-If you're not familiar with this series, this game can be really hard
-I had at least one game I detested (curse you Love Rap!)
-Could be longer, but my fondness of the game may have attributed to beating it in two sittings
-Noticed an almost insignificant lag problem on my friends tv that made the game unplayable at his house, worked fine at mine though
Overall: If you've played this series before, buy this game. I demolished this game, got 48/50 medals and a couple handfuls of perfects. I do not regret my decision, my only regret is I can't get my hands on more of these games. 5/5
I would highly recommend this game, as it makes a great addition to anybody's Wii library.
1. Basic thoughts and knowledge on the games (first paragraph)
2. FAQ's (the part between the squiggly lines)
3. WHAT IS THIS GAME? (everything that is not between the squiggly line)
4. Should I get this game? I know what this is about already. (read the last paragraph)
I would seriously pay $50 for this. This is such a fun game. Everyone will find something challenging in this game (or everything). Okay... so... what's this game? Rhythm heaven fever is like a collection of rhythm minigames for you to play. Each one is around 1 to 3 minute. You will first go through a tutorial to teach you how to play the specific game you are going to play (you can always skip it if you've already gone through the tutorial already). The tutorials are optional and helpful but needed. Trust me... you WILL fail the game if you don't. Each game have different controls!?!?! Think it's too hard? Don't worry because the only two button you will have to worry about is A and B. WHAT? NO MOTION CONTROL!?! that's not a bad thing... it's such a relief to hear that they didn't choose motion control for this because: 1. motion control is inaccurate 2. your arm gets tired 3. it gets too confusing. This game is so awesome! :D
I SUCK AT RHYTHM!!!
okay... if you do... don't worry :D this game will teach you everything. If you go "game-by-game" you should be a rhythm master by the time you are done. Each stage gets progressively harder but don't worry... if you ever feel like a stage is too hard, you are given the option to skip it (and come back to it later). If you suck at rhythm, it shouldn't be a problem. It just may take you longer to learn it than the experienced people.Read more ›
Tsunku is on top form, as usual, and this time Nintendo's actually made an effort with dubbing the vocals into English. While the lyrics are still a tad silly and nonsensical in English, they make much more sense than in RH, and get this; the singers can actually sing this time 'round!
The minigames themselves are all just as fun and charming as in the past, with a few like Built To Scale, Cheer Readers, and Samurai Slash standing out to me as particularly fun. On the other hand, a few, like Love Rap (shudder) and Tambourine, will drive you up the wall.
The graphics are very smooth and look absolutely gorgeous. I have nothing more to say here, or anywhere, for that matter.
"Rhythm Heaven Fever" is a game about, well, rhythm. The game consists of many different scenarios, each of which has a song backing it. In each scenario the player must do actions in accordance with the rhythm of the song. One game, for example, involves screwing the heads onto robots on an assembly line; the beat of the music determines how long each part of the assembly process has to take. Another game involves keeping a pair of groundhogs safe by kicking away balls that come near them. The games are very simple control-wise, involving at most two buttons (the A button and the B button) and while each game has different rules they're easy to learn.
Unlike many rhythm games (Guitar Hero, for example) there is no "meter" in Rhythm Heaven Fever. That is to say, the player must judge on their own when to press a button, rather than looking at a display. This can make it somewhat frustrating if a player can't pick up where the "button pressing" is supposed to go. However, failing enough times unlocks explanatory videos or the option to skip the song entirely, so it's not really like you're going to get stuck.
Probably the most distinctly memorable part of the game is its scenarios and songs. Whether it's an interview with a masked wrestler, playing badminton in a pair of airplanes, playing golf with the help of a pair of monkeys, or pummeling a punching bag, each scenario is both catchy and distinct, although some are far better than others. The cartoonish graphics style helps support the general light-hearted tone of the game.
Overall, Rhythm Heaven Fever is a very simple, but fairly fun, game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My kids and hubby love this game. The baby repeats some words and it's super cutePublished 1 month ago by hpickett
Wife plays the crap outta this game. I don't mind watching her play it. Very good rhythm game.Published 3 months ago by Paul
I love this game for myself. I also use it with my elementary school music students and they find it entrancing and fascinating. Highly recommended for all audiences.Published 4 months ago by Yakov Hadash
This game is just the cutest. I'm not a huge video gamer so to speak, so take this review with that in mind. These are the types of games I like. Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. Sepulveda
I'm in love with this series (having played previous ones in a questionable process on a ds emulator) and this one delivers the same frantic rhythm fun. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alexander Colby
Had way too much fun playing the DS version of this game. Very rhythmic and fun. Took me a while to get off of it. If you like rhythm games, then this is the one for you.Published 7 months ago by kevinRN
This game is both simple and complex at the same time. I have watched as my little one concentrates to match the rhythms. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Angela