Crazy music games

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  1. gaboumafou
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    Hello!

    Like a lot of persons on this forum, I really loved Elite Beat Agents and Ouendan. Now that I finished those two, I am searching for other weird music games.

    I tried Gitaroo Man (and I absolutely love it [​IMG] ), Taiko Drum Master (really fun with the big drum) and Un Jammer Lammy (it's good, but really inferior to EBA and Gitaroo in my opinion).

    I don't really want to invest in a game with accessories, like DDR or Guitar Hero.


    What are your suggestions? [​IMG]

    Thanks in advance,

    -Gab
     


  2. fischju_original

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    what about electroplankton?
     
  3. simpson17

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    It seems like you have a psp, so portable DJ Max is a good game for the psp. Also I haven't tried it yet, but Pump it Up Exceeded Portable, is another game of that genre.

    As for the DS, there isn't much besides what you listed. The only one worth mentioning is Daigasso Band Brothers, which isn't as good as EBA or Ouendan.
     
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    Yeah, I played Elektroplankton. It was fun, but it don't have any "goal", it's more of a toy. I got bored pretty fast.


    EDIT: No, I don't have a PSP... I played the PS2 versions of Gitaroo Man and Taiko.
     
  5. CatScam

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    Happy Feet, it’s a cheep knock off of Elite Beat Agents.
     
  6. Tokas

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    You should try Rhythm Tengoku on GBA.
    That is one crazy music game. [​IMG]
     
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    Amplitude and it's prequel, Frequency. Awesome games that never got much recognition.
     
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    Yeah, I tried Rythm Tengoku too (forgot to mention it). Pretty crazy game, i really liked it. I stopped when I got stuck at the second hand-clapping minigame, but you made me want to replay it!
     
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    Keep trying!
    Nothing to do with rhythm but Soundvoyager from the bit generations series for GBA is a pretty nice music game. Also that DS guitar program is awesome and I love the homebrew program called Axe which is really simple but lets you make stupid music on the go. [​IMG]
     
  10. No Name Trowa Barton

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    Elete beat agenst owes its existence to Osu Tatake Ouendan... and ouendan owes its sails to the music loving fans out there. yess those ddr boys and girls who watch anime and imported japanese games by the dozzens

    if it wasnt for the imports of osu tatake ouendan. eba would have never been made.
    if it wasnt for ddr and beatmania djmax would have never been made or osu tatake ouendan.
    if it wasnt for games like vib ribbon and parapappa the rappa we wouldnt have any music games like we do today. and happy feet is a ddr ripoff not a eba rip off
    KONAMI WILL SUE!!!!!


    games i own that you should check out

    PS2
    Beatmania(us)
    Beatmania IIDX(jp) 2nd - 13th style(2-12 ps2 12 and 13 arcade)
    Para para Paradise(jp) ps2
    Gutar Freaks (jp)ps2
    Gutar Hero(us)ps2
    Drum mania(jp)ps2
    keyboard mania(jp) ps2 pc(came with a yamaha keyboard)
    dance maniax/freaks(arcade only)
    Dance Dance Revolution(www.colbultfux.com pads)PSX PS2 Arcade(1st - 5th and extra and best and disny rave for ps1 max 1, 2, party colection, strike, Extreme, SuperNOVA (jp) ddr, konamix, disney mix ps1 max us max2us extreme us extreme2 us and supernova us and i own a arcade machene of DDR SOLO BASS >.>
    popn music (all) jp ps2
    martial beat ps1

    yah i have a few

    anyways dj max is good on the psp

    same with emulating popn music and ddr ps1 games. on the psp lucky me i dont have to find dls beause i have the REAL GAME CDS XD XD XD

    oh and vibribbon... it lets you use your own music cds. ps1
     
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    Gitaroo Man Lives! all the way, one the of the best game for PSP. Andof course Guitar Hero or for the pc gamers, FRETS ON FIRE!
     
  12. gaboumafou
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    I don't have a PSP, but isn't GM Lives just a port of the PS2 version?

    Yeah, I know Vib Ribbon too (finally, there is a lot of games that I forgot to mention in my first post!). The art style was great, but I tought it didn't read the beat in the songs really well...

    Frets on Fire? I will look for this one! [​IMG]
     
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    mojib ribbon on PS2 is great.
     
  14. gaboumafou
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    I tried Frets on Fire, and it's really great! It use the keyboard in a really innovative way!

    Mojib Ribbon? I don't know this one... I will try to find some info on it! [​IMG]



    EDIT: Ooooooww... :s I watched videos of Mojib Ribbon, and I'm not sure I understand how it work... some explanations please? [​IMG]
     
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    I really need to start my eba game. I don't have enough time lately.
     
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    Whoops. It quoted that weird. Here is what I was trying to say: I'd now recommend the rest of the Parappa series. The only problem is, that the games are very short, and beating the rest of the games would take like an hour at most.
     
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    Let's see... (all for PC):

    Kickbeat (steam edition)
    audiosurf
    bit.trip: runner 2 (or more specific: all the bit.trip games are music games)
    Symphony
    crypt of the necrodancer
    Melody's escape
    metronomicon: slay the dance floor
    Waveform

    And while I notice you don't want to invest, I'd still recommend rocksmith 2014. Yes, it requires a cable that costs more than the actual game (if bought on sale), not to forget an actual electric guitar. But in the long run, it's really worth it
     
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    Despite it not being my kind of music I really do like Hatsune Miku on the 3DS, yet also those FF Theaterhythm games were truly solid too. TS made a good call with Gitarooman too.
     
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    I recently tried VOEZ on Switch and I thought it was quite charming! An easy, quick game with good music and is very relaxing. I especially like that the various "tracks" music cues come down from can move around with the beat of the music. Makes the whole game feel a lot more dynamic and interesting. Best of all, its still designed to be played with only two fingers so you don't need to worry about being screwed by a weird pattern that requires odd finger placement. If you haven't tried it, I recommend it! You don't need a Switch either, as it's available on iOS and Android for free (with a weekly song rotation).

    Note that if you DO plan on buying it, get it on Switch if you have a Switch, because it costs over $100+ to buy all the songs on iOS/Android (insane, I know) but you get 'em all on the Switch eShop in one $25 package.
     
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    Right, this thread is 10 years old, so I imagine the OP doesn't care anymore.
     
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