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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Jul 20, 2011.
I'm thinking I'll wait for the English release. Looking forward to it.
Definitely grabbing this. The DS game is a blast.
YES YES YES
I will try and find this ASAP. I have always preferred the JPN version of RTG more.
Anyone who can should post a "guide" for non-Japanese speakers.
meaning a quick menu translation guide, and/or how to play each minigame.
I'm sure it would be appreciated.
is this another dance game?
no, it is a rhythm game
I could probably make a short thing like that if I can FIND THIS DAMN GAME
It's slowly spreading... only seen on pre-scene style sites now.
It's 100% awesome wacky Japanese rhythmic mini-game action, not another dance game. See for yourself:
Yes, I got curioues over this one.
Found out that there is a DS version of this game.
Is there any wii version?
I wouldn't advise waiting for the US version. If the DS game is anything to go by, the songs are going to be re-recorded with inferior vocalists. I didn't have any problem playing through the GBA game or the DS game in Japanese, so I doubt this one will be too hard.
And, no, this is not a dance game. It's closer to a Warioware game, except it's set to music.
EDIT: Wow, you people are faster than I am today.
this is the wii version.
Does it use MotionPlus, or is it just regular Wii Remote? Hopefully it's not the latter, 'cause I can only imagine the inaccuracy of the timing.
inferior vocalists? do they use grammy artists for the original?
Sorry, I thought there was a previous version...
Any chance we get this in PAL?
From what I've seen it only uses the A and B buttons, but who knows if it has a option for motion play.
This may be like Wii Party or Kirby's Epic Yarn and allow for a quick little hack to enable English that's hiding on the disc somewhere. Here's hoping.
"Minna no Rhythm Tengoku for the Wii will have new songs from THE Possible, Canary Club, Ogawa Mana, and (Kurei) Soshi!"
I wouldn't say they're award winning, but they are somewhat well-known artists in Japan, whereas the other regions will get random studio singers. I played both the Japanese and US versions of the DS game, and while some of the singers were fine, others were lifeless and dull.
Neither. The only button presses are A and A+B.
No worries. A and B button Only. No motion control at all.