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Plastic Tuition: In Defence of Rhythm Gaming - Negative Gamer

Chris from Negative Gamer pens a poetic love letter to the rhythm action genre as he uses plastic drumming as both gaming fun and active rhythm tuition.

"I am past rational prioritisation because there is part of me that has passed the notion of play. Sitting down to reattempt Rush's Tom Sawyer I am learning something outside of simulation and experiencing something bigger than an HD-ready stage experience."

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bart9992707d ago

I'm not the biggest rhythm game fan but this piece is very convincing about that type of game.

wardrox2707d ago

What a great article. It's hard to find writing that doesn't read like it was written by a four year old on N4g, so I hope a lot of people find this.