anyone know a good music\ rhythm game?

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May 23, 2008
  1. jan777
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    Member jan777 motion control..? srsly? so 2008. 3DS is teh bombz

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    ^for either the ds or psp

    something similar to dance dance revolution?

    i dont like EBA
     


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    PSPrevolution. (Stepmania for PSP)



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    Did you dislike EBA because of the music? If so then you would be better off with Ouendan 1+2. Here are some other rhythm games that I didn't really like though:
    Kira Kira Music Hour
    Ontamarama
    Daigasso Band Brothers


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    i didnt really like it for its gameplay

    but thanks for the answer
     
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    Only one word for psp : Patapon!!! [​IMG]
     
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    For PSP there's DJ Max Portable and DJ Max Portable 2.

    It's basically DDR with buttons.
     
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    Elite Beat Agents or Ontamarama are both good for DS
     
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    Rhythm Tengoku.
     
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    Beats for PSP?
     
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    I don't see why you would want to play a rhythm game on a DS and PSP.
    I've always thought they were meant to be played on a big screen so you can show off your skills [​IMG]

    Wait for Guitar Hero: On Tour, It just might be interesting even though you would have to fork out $50
     
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    yeah i m waiting

    im already loving frets on fire

    i really want to play guitar hero on wii but i cant find any here
     
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    try out audiosurf, its a pc game though but if you enjoy rhythm games you have to try it
    there is a demo on their site:

    http://www.audio-surf.com/
     
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    How has Gitaroo Man Lives not been mentioned yet? Best music game ever.
     
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    For DS:
    Ontamara - if you like DDRish games, but this has some EBAish element in there too.
    Taiko no Tatsujin 1/2 - I love this, so does my girlfriend

    For PSP:
    DJMAX 1+2 (DJMAX 2 has superior systems, and it supports Link Disc feature which allows you to use DJMAX 2 system on DJMAX 1 songs, but unless you have both UMDs get the combined one and use CWCHEAT. DJMAX is basically Beatmania.)
    Taiko no Tatsujin Portable 1/2 - Again, Taiko game. PSP version has downloadable songs too.
    Parappa the Rapper - May take a while to get used to the system but it's fun overall.
     
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    well ive decided to give quendan a 2nd chanece and i think i like it better then before
     
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    I definitely like the second Oeundan(sp?) game a lot better than the others. The rhythm was much faster and the songs were definitely way better. It was more of a challenge for me than EBA and the first game. [​IMG]
     
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    Have you played Rhythm Tengoku? I know it's for GBA but it's a lot of fun.
     
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    Ever try Draglade? It's for Ds, a fighting game and music game mixed together. You perform beat combos in the middle of battles.
     
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    You don't like EBA. I suggest Ouendan. I've heard about Draglade being a rhythm beat-em-up but I haven't tried it...
     

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