Adam explores the rise and fall of rhythm games and discusses what killed them off.
activision raped their very own creation, thats what... they exhausted them to death...
i miss Guitar Hero. I hope a developer either buys the Guitar Hero IP off of Activision or creates their own Rhythm IP. Guitar Hero was my shit back on the PS2
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy has consumed my life! Guitar Hero/Rock Band prompted me to actually learn guitar, so I am thankful for that. :D
They got boring if you were 16+
Hatsune Miku Deemo Final Fantasy Theatarhythm Uta Kumi 575 Michael Jackson Experience Persona 4 Dancing All Night Still a lot of good rhythm games coming out.
Was this really needed? Obviously the genre died since Activision went beyond raping it. However I'm not against a new release, as long as it's done right.
I hope they make a new Guitar Hero or Rock Band, I still pull out the old plastic guitar to play every once in a while. When games started using real guitars, I lost interest, not because I don't want to learn, but because i've tried in the past and my hands don't work well with real guitars. I own both an electric and acoustic guitar, but mostly for my cousin because he can actually play them. If they make any new Guitar Hero or Rock Band I hope they support both real and plastic instruments so everyone wins (:
"If they make any new Guitar Hero or Rock Band I hope they support both real and plastic instruments so everyone wins (:" Rock Band 3 did this actually.
Oh sorry, I knew that. To clarify, I meant in any future games I hope they do the same thing.
I want a new guitar hero, such a unique game. There isn't many unique games anymore.
There was nothing unique about it, was a straight rip-off of Konami's Guitar Freaks which was far more entertaining.
What was Konami thinking when they released Rock Revolution? In fact why does Konami of America suck so hard when it comes to music games? Their Japanese Bemani division has such a fantastic line up of music games that only get ruined when localized in the States.
2 ez muh brain too tinee
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