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Mad Maestro (PS2)

Mad Maestro (PS2)
alaScore 90

7 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Mad Maestro! (PlayStation 2)

 

In an attempt to appeal to a niche market of hard-core gamers, Eidos Interactive recently formed Fresh Games, a label with the sole purpose of bringing quirky Japanese titles to the US. Mad Maestro! is one of the first games released under the Fresh...

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Mad Maestro!

 

Music games have taken the video game world by storm in the last few years. Arcade and home console players have been inundated with a seemingly never-ending stream of games that make you jump, tap and bump to an endless procession of beats and...

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Mad Maestro

 

As my partner in crime Glitch Override I am reviewing the second half of Eidos' newest batch of money grabbing goodness labeled Fresh Games. These are games grabbed from Japan...

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Mad Maestro!

 

Mad Maestro! is an average game, and if it were not for the distracting background animations and colors that gave me headaches, I'd give the game 4 stars. I bought the game brand new for $17.00, only half worth it if you ask me, so the game is fun as...

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Mad Maestro review for the PS2

 

A flawed code of conduct.

Learn how to keep the beat; Classical music

In MIDI format?; Sections of the orchestra aren't separated; Bland gameplay; Missing conducting stick peripheral

From a gamer's perspective, Mad Maestro is missing a lot. Pressing one button over and over at different pressure levels doesn't ring my bell, and I doubt it will ring most of yours. Though I guess it can offer kids a good start to keeping a steady...

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The Armchair Empire - Playstation 2 (PS2) Reviews: Mad Maestro

 

Music games have been around for a while now, PaRappa and friends are busily doing their monkey-see monkey-do thing, then there's the whole DDR dance pad phenomenon, but for those seeking a more classical vibe, there is now...

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