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Review: Invector (PS4)

I went into Invector knowing just two things: it's a rhythm game, and the soundtrack consists of nothing but Avicii music. Both are very true....

Controller Close-up #3 – VIRGOO FEVER for DJ MAX Respect &...

When you think of most music games in general, and how they differ from most other game genres, what do you think of first?...

Review: Super Beat Sports (Switch)

Harmonix is back once again with a small digital title for the newly loved Nintendo Switch platform and it's available now on the eShop....

Review: Patapon Remastered (PS4)

We had worried that Sony’s recent burst of PS1 and PSP remasters were not proving particularly successful. So far we’ve had PaRappa The Rapper...

Review: Just Dance 2018 (PS4)

The Just Dance franchise has hit its ninth installment and we're still reviewing them year after year. With selling over 60 million copies throughout its...

Review: The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor (PS4)

The golden era of rhythm gaming has come and gone in the blink of an eye. We witnessed the rise and fall of the...

Review: SUPERBEAT: XONiC (PS4)

When I was younger, I would drive people nuts as I tapped out beats on any surface I could get my hands on.  I didn't...

Review: Deemo – The Last Recital (PS Vita)

Deemo comes to the PlayStationVita!  For those unfamiliar, Deemo is a rhythm game originally released for iOS/Android in 2013.  It tells a story of...

Review: VOEZ (Switch)

The Nintendo Switch's game library may still be considered narrow, but Flyhigh Works/Circle Entertainment jumped in early to provide the format with its first...

Review: Akihabara – Feel the Rhythm (PC)

Akihabara - Feel the Rhythm is the newest rhythm puzzler to hit Steam, infusing elements of the Japanese district to create an eclectic sight...