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Elite Beat Agents- Nintendo DS

Elite Beat Agents- Nintendo DS
alaScore 88

68 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 68 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the graphics and usability. The action and story also get good feedback.

gameplay, story, action, usability, graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Elite Beat Agents (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Elite Beat Agents (DS)


Platform: Nintendo DSPlayers: 1-4 single and multi-packESRB Rating: E10+ (Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor, Lyrics, Suggestive Themes)Do you ever feel like your world is falling apart? Do you ever feel utterly hopeless in despair? You're not alone. ...

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Elite Beat Agents


Undeniably unique to North American gamers, Elite Beat Agents is actually a partial sequel to a Japanese DS title released in 2005 called Osu! Tatakae! Quendan!. The developer, iNiS, changed the main characters from absurd male cheerleaders to slick...

Overall:Elite Beat Agents is simply one of the best DS games available for the handheld system, partly due to its unmatched nature. The snazzy presentation, addictive style of gameplay and seemingly endless replay value will offer up hours upon hours...

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Elite Beat Agents


I've noticed that sometimes, there comes a video game concept so ludicrous, I find myself inevitably drawn towards it. One such video game is the Japanese DS title, Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan!, in which a group of guys go out together and make people's...

The idea behind Elite Beat Agents is one of the best I've seen. The story is told with near-perfect timing, and the engine itself is solid. However, the song choice is incredibly spotty, and the multiplayer modes are a disappointment. Elite Beat...


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Saving the world through the power of song, Elite Beat Agents is one of the more unique and fun games released for the DS.

If you enjoy this type of genre of games - music rhythm - there's no doubt you'll love Elite Beat Agents. Even if you've never played this type of game, it's definitely worth checking out, as you could be pleasantly surprised.

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Elite Beat Agents


Yeah, that's really who you aaaAAAAaaare!

Great gameplay ; Kooky story with crazy characters ; Colorful graphics perfectly fit the theme of the game ; Fun-filled song list with songs like Madonna’s Material Girl, Cher’s Believe and The Village People’s YMCA

The odd theme and silly musical selections may not appeal to everyone. Odds are if you’re one of these people, you stopped reading this review quite some time ago

Elite Beat Agents is a ridiculously silly music-rhythm game with a wacky song list, a laughably bizarre story, and fantastic gameplay. In other words, it’s just about everything a music-rhythm game should be, really.

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Oh no, a bored gamer? Elite Beat Agents are GO!

There were a lot of times I was laughing out loud while playing this game. The cut scenes truly are great, and the gameplay itself keeps getting better and better as you progress. Elite Beat Agents is one of those games that both novices and experts...

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Elite Beat Agents - DS review at Thunderbolt Games


You're having a bad day. The electricity went off while you were asleep last night, effectively disabling your alarm clock. In an attempt to rush through breakfast, you accidentally let the toast burn. You ran out of toilet paper at the worst possible...

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I was born to love this game.

Break-neck gameplay ; Awesome presentation ; Licensed music fits the theme really well ; Probably the best game you'll have ever played on the DS

There isn't a sequel out yet

The only complaint I have with the game is that it puts that Sum 41 song in my head and I can't get it out. DS GotY.

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I had never imported a game before I heard of Osu Tatakae Ouendan (Ouendan for short). I had been reading a lot about this rhythm game from the makers of Gitaroo Man and also was told that there wasn't any real Japanese comprehension needed. So, I bit...

Overall, I’d highly recommend grabbing Elite Beat Agents if you own a DS (along with Ouendan if you don’t mind importing). The game is just plain fun and is easy to play. It has an addictive quality to it that I’ve yet to really find on the DS and it...

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Elite Beat Agents review for the DS


Dancin' with myself.

Great songs of a wide variety; Funny, charming, solid; Watching characters screw up

Mammoth learning curve; Scraping circles into my touch-screen; No really, I'm straight

The Elite Beat Agents manual begins, "There are times in life when everything seems to be against you. When the world has gotten you down. Times when you want to give up and go home. Yet, in these desperate moments, you are not alone."