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Tearaway Review | NZGamer

Every now and then, a game will come along that really shows how to put a certain piece of hardware to use. In 2005, the Japan-only rhythm game Osu! Tatakae! Oendan (and its 2006 Western spiritual sequel, Elite Beat Agents) demonstrated how unique a gameplay experience touchscreens could offer, before smartphones were as ubiquitous as they are today.

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