Submitted by Cyrus365 1905d ago | review

Videogamer: Jam with the Band Review

Videogamer writes: "Anyone remember Daigasso! Band Brothers? The rhythm action game that was expected to launch alongside the original DS console back in 2005 but never actually found its way out of Japan? Perhaps not. But five years down the line and it's finally here, under the new Euro-friendly name of Jam with the Band. For rhythm action fans who've played their copies of Elite Beat Agents, Guitar Hero: On Tour and Rhythm Paradise to death, Jam with the Band could be just what the doctor ordered. It fuses tapping, singing and composing into one tidy package, and aside from the fact the garish visuals haven't been lost along the way, it's been well worth the wait." (Jam with the Band, Nintendo DS) 7/10

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