Gaming Nexus writes: "The first promo images for Easy Piano were one of those "oh cool!" moments for me as a gamer. The game not only promised an intuitive piano tutorial that would teach you the basics and even the ability compose your own songs, but it came bundled with a slick little keyboard to make the experience as authentic as possible on the DS. Just seeing that keyboard plugged into a DS made me think of a classy, mature game--this wasn't some candy-colored approximation, it looked like the real thing. After suffering with the hand-cramping fret grip from the Guitar Hero DS games, I was ready for something more real. Here was a music game that got it: gamers were tired of using cheap plastic instruments to mimic musicians, they wanted to learn how to play an actual instrument."