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Submitted by Vinc360 1177d ago | review

Rhythm Heaven Fever Reviewed by GameFocus

In 2009, North American gamers were introduced to a brand new concept by Kazuyoshi Osawa - who had previously worked on WarioWare titles - when Nintendo brought over Rhythm Heaven for the DS from Japan. The game was aiming for the same type of “pick up and play”, accessible fun that the WarioWare games offer. Three years later, Nintendo brings the sequel over to North American gamers, this time on the Wii, which offers similar mechanics and a slew of new mini-games. Does it offer enough content to justify a full release? GameFocus reviewed it so you can find out! (Rhythm Heaven Fever, Wii)
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7.6/10

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