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GF Rating
7.3

285 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
6

Above Average

Rhythm heaven fever

posted by Da_Letter_Ze (SUGAR NOTCH, PA) Jun 20, 2012

Member since Jun 2012

It a rhythem game where you use the A botton, B bottom, and A+B bottoms to do tasks. In the game there are 7 colloms with 4 minigames in each with a remix at the end. After doing those 35 games you have do 3 more colloms with the 4 minigames being a harder verson of the other games and the remix has all of the other minigames in it. In remix ten there are 37 minigames in it which includes every minigame, the minigame Packing Pest times, and the ending game. So I think thay the game is a good one not great but good

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

An Incredible Rhythm Game

posted by lazyliving (KIRKLAND, WA) Feb 28, 2012

Member since Mar 2010

This game is up there as one of my all-time favorite wii games. I played the ds Rhythm Heaven and was quite excited when this game was released. It definitely lived up to my hopes. The games are fun and challenging (except for a few overly frustrating ones) and the songs are really catchy! Although, multiplayer was a HUGE disappointment as you have to unlock the pitifully small 7 games by playing through single player. Overall, this game respectfully gets an 8/10.

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GF Rating
7

Good

A Quirky Take at Music Games

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) Feb 28, 2012

Top Reviewer

Member since Jan 2008

What do you get when you cross Warioware with Guitar Hero? Well, you get Rhythm Heaven Fever, a series of mini games that tests your ability to match the beat of a song.
There are 35 different games available, but they all boil down to the same objective. Hit the A, B, or A and B buttons at the right time over and over again. The games include tasks like blast off rockets, punch a bag, slice monsters, pose for cameras, or hit golf balls into the hole.
But that doesn’t mean this game is dull or tedious. There are weird characters like you would find in the Warioware games, and the songs are very catchy.
But there are a few problems I had with the game. The two player mode felt like it was tossed in at the last moment (and it only has seven mini games available), and I didn’t like the fact that when you first get the game, you can only play one of the mini games and have to unlock the rest one by one.
Also, the later levels can get touch (especially that last one), and some material can only be unlocked if you get a perfect performance in a select mini game at a select time (which is really tough). This will annoy some players.
But Rhythm Heaven Fever is one that can be fun to play, and can be addictive. It’s worth a rent, and at $30, a possible buy.

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