Review cover Voez - A rhythm game for those with class (Android)
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Product Information:

  • Release Date (NA): May 27, 2016
  • Publisher: Rayark
  • Developer: Rayark
  • Genres: Rhythm

Game Features:

Single player
Local Multiplayer
Online Multiplayer

Review Approach:

I have been a fan of Rayark games for quite sometime. Starting with Deemo then moving on to the more complex Cytus.
I will be reviewing VOEZ. Another game made by Rayark which I have been looking forward to for quite sometime.
Unlike it's predecessors Deemo and Cytus this game want's you to have a relaxing time playing it. The game Voez is about a group of individuals who love making music. While everyone has there own back story and also a job what they want to do in their heart of hearts is make music in the end it seems like they have came together to make a band. The game VOEZ has over 30 songs! It's also free. Well... Free to play. Which is one scheme I am extremely against especially how VOEZ does it. In order to unlock a song you have to get a birdie. You can get birdies by watching the story you can unlock that story by beating specific challenges for instance, get 800,000pts or above on a special level song. That is fine for a veteran like me however, for a new coming it might look like a daunting task. You can also only get birdies after every couple story missions. You don't get one every story mission. Also, the songs lock them self's after a certain period of time. The game play it self is basically Deemo reskined not much to say there. Oh another down side is you have to be connecting to the internet to play. Now that the not so pleasing game play factor is out of the way lets get into the presentation. The game is absolutely gorgeous. It has a sleek modern look while playing with how the song moves. The colors are there it's not too formal like Deemo and Cytus instead it is fun and inviting! This game is a great game if you want to get into mobile rhythm games without having pay a fee.


What I Liked ...
  • The presentation is gorgeous.
  • The music is fabulous!
What I Didn't Like ...
  • The F2P method is extremely unbalanced and needs to be refined.
If you played Deemo before this is nothing special. If you haven't then you might have a fun time.
Absolutely gorgeous. The colors move with the notes. The songs are emotional. It's sleek and clean. What more could you ask for?
Lasting Appeal
I could come back to play this game any time and still have a blast. As long as I am wifi....
out of 10


Overall the presentation and the actual music outweigh the cons of game play. What this is, is eye candy with new music slapped on deemo but at the same time I welcome this change highly!
Ah, right. I've heard that the songs that are available to play for free switch every month or something. It hasn't changed since its release so I'm kind of uncertain though...
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Product Information:
  • Release Date (NA): May 27, 2016
  • Publisher: Rayark
  • Developer: Rayark
  • Genres: Rhythm
Game Features:
Single player
Local Multiplayer
Online Multiplayer


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