DDR type games

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Aug 10, 2006

DDR type games by kaymm2 at 5:55 PM (1,299 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. kaymm2
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    Newcomer kaymm2 Advanced Member

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    Other than that Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, are there any more games for the the DS of this genre? Rythm tapping games...
     
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    band bros.
    forgot the japanese name though, it's never seen a western release [​IMG]
     
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    It's Daigasso! Band Brothers!
    Those are the only two I know for the DS.
     
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    There are a couple of minigames in the Rub Rabbits/Feel the Magic/project rub series and some (kind of) in Warioware that can do what you ask for.
    There are also a few fairly obscure Japanese games that have rythm sections whose names currently elude me, they are not really worth much of a go anyhow.

    I belive pop idol and such junk also litter the GBA and these are rythm/timing based.
     
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    Newcomer MAIcrosoft Advanced Member

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    try the Mermaid Melody: Pichi Pichi Pitch series for GBA [: They are also from Konami (but its not part of the Bemani series though)

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    Rhythm Tengoku on GBA. That is prolly the best music/rhythm game I've played. With 48 minigames (x3, to which you have to perfect them) and drum sessions too. [​IMG] Even if it is short, it wouldn't be complete unless you perfect it 100%
     

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