J Station X writes
"A rhythm action title from Harmonix, the makers of Rock Band, A City Sleeps is meant to be the devs' fresh take on a genre that was once flooded with lots of the same – with a plethora of plastic peripherals to boot.
But, in many ways, their new PC-only title has much more in common with the franchise that made them famous than you would expect.
It has a steep difficulty curve, it's addictive, takes a lot of practice to get good at and, most importantly, it has a killer soundtrack. These are not bad things and they are actually the precursors for a very good music game.
But does it shrug off the problems of the rhythm games that came before it or does it carry them within its bloodline?"