Rhythm Heaven Latest News - DS

  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre:Music
  • Developer: TNX
  • Release Date:Apr 8, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Comic Mischief)
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Game Description:Can you snap your fingers in time with music? Then you're ready to play this infectious game! A variety of mini-games, all based around a rhythm theme, will have you tapping, sliding, and bopping along to the music. Flick up on the Touch Screen in Assembly Line, where you must move on the fifth chord of each progression. But be careful! The tempo will change as you go along, making it important you pay attention. Help choral singers sing their part, build robots in a factory, and more, with a variety of visual styles. Addictive gameplay, quirky mini-games, fun music, and silly graphics - get ready to get down with the beat!
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  • Hands-On: 'Rhythm Heaven'

    One of the more intriguing games at this year's Nintendo Media Summit was DS rhythm game Rhythm Heaven--a sequel to popular Japanese game Rhythm Tengoku on the Game Boy Advance. The game play in this title is very simple, but from our brief preview, Rhythm Heaven has that elusive "X-Factor" games strive for: Addictiveness. It's a...

    Posted October 8, 2008

    Hands-On: 'Rhythm Heaven'
  • Rhythm Heaven - Gameplay Footage

    Posted: July 17, 2008

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