"The more music games evolve, the more they all look the same."
lol might as well add crazy intruments like the xylophone or a flute
Sounds to me like the results of trying to make safe business decisions, which is more likely the more they spend to develop each sequel.
I think music games have kind of jumped the shark. Although they're still great for drunken parties with friends. ;)
If the king of music games, Bemani, got their heads out of their collective asses and released DDR, Beatmania IIDX, and Pop'n Music over here.
In other words, anything BEAMNI that can be found in the arcades. Jubeat FTW! (You guys over in that other continent know it as Ubeat. Strange.)
i still love playing them :)
I've got Guitar Hero II and Rock Band. I'll probably never buy another music game again. That's all I have to say about that. =P
I'm still waiting for Sitar Hero :P But seriously, I do tend to agree. I don't mind one game having a bunch of instruments, but then the competitors begin to copy and it just gets to be a very bland thing. I'm all for a little more creativity in the genre.
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