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Submitted by -Mezzo- 646d ago | review

Nintendo Life - Rhythm Core Alpha 2 Review

Nintendo Life - Musicians both aspiring and experienced have had copious opportunities to break out into song with their DSi thanks to a cornucopia of software suites, including 2010's Rhythm Core Alpha that brought an emphasis on live performances to the table. Developer SoftEgg's sequel Rhythm Core Alpha 2 is the most advanced one yet to hit DSiWare, offering a number of additions, tweaks and improvements over its predecessor to give composers more control over their creations. (Nintendo DS, Rhythm Core Alpha 2) 8/10

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