GayGamer writes: "There are good games and then there are the types of games that can only be described as infectious. These are the games that crawl their way into your subconscious and force you to look at the things around you a little bit differently, even if just for a moment. While I'm sure that a lot of people find this kind of experience in major releases like Gears of War or Killzone, these experiences feel so unrelatable to me for a variety of reasons. For a game to really reach me there has to be some real world connection in some form or another. While the quirky scenarios featured in Nintendo's Rhythm Heaven may not reflect my life directly on the surface (I don't work in a robot factory), the sense of rhythm the game drew out of me was something so unique that it made me see musical qualities in simple, everyday activities."