If I had a hammer, after I was done hammering all over this land, I’d start a successful DJ career with a tough guy chicken and beat up everything who opposed me.
A game that breaks hearts as easily as it breaks beats, Lost in Harmony is short, bittersweet, and worth every second of wonderful emotion that it evokes through music, rhythm and dreams.
A unique title within the rhythm genre that, although fun to play, doesn't sit too well around the architecture of the Nintendo Switch.
Easily one of the most memorable and unique rhythm experiences I've had on the Switch, and the simple title totally belies the intense action within.
Polish, love and unbelievable cuteness make this title on the Switch a smashing, enjoyable success, which is only helped along by a staggering 70+ song library.
Flight of Light is an incredibly misleading and frankly underwhelming rhythm-based action game, which is light years behind its core competition.
This weirdly-funny alt. world take won't inspire new fans of the BlazBlue universe, but it's more than enough to satisfy casual rhythm players and diehard Ragna mains alike.
A nostalgia rhythm game that's painfully shallow.
In the small but lively rhythm game community, there likely hasn’t been a franchise with such an interesting reputation as DJMax.
Let’s Sing is less of a great place for amateurs to enjoy their songs without criticism and more a spot for would-be divas to hash out their highs and lows.