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Submitted by s8anicslayer 2284d ago | review

IGN: 0-D Beat Drop Review

0-D Beat Drop is a music puzzle game that should get along well with fans of Lumines. You'll find falling blocks set to groovy techno beats and psychedelic laser visuals. But, unlike Lumines, Beat Drop requires players to have a keen sense of rhythm if they're going to represent on the leaderboards. Those with musical ability will have a definite advantage here. The included tunes are acceptable slices of Japanese electronica, but Beat Drop really gets its groove on when you use the built-in music analyzer to play along with your own soundtrack. (0D Beat Drop, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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