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Rhythm Heaven Fever- Wii

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the story and controls, but there are some critical comments about the multi player mode and usability.

price, controls, story

usability, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Rhythm Heaven Fever- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Rhythm Heaven Fever (Wii)

 

When Rhythm Heaven was first launched, it opened up a Pandora's box of musical minigame mania that tipped the weirdness scale with its goofy rhythm challenges and cartoony antics. Tapping out complex rhythms while harvesting beets in the garden or...

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Rhythm Heaven Fever

 

Maybe it says something about me that in a month with some surprisingly awesome-looking games (especially for February!), the one that I was looking

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Rhythm Heaven Fever

 

Rhythm Heaven Fever is a musical toy box packed with over fifty arrangements of beat-dropping rhythm-based mechanics. Nintendo cut out all the frills in favor of sharp personality and a reliance only on only two buttons. And yet it never feels limited...

Rhythm Heaven Fever is a late, essential pick-up for the Nintendo’s fading console, coming in at an attractive budget price with an exceptional amount of polish.

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Review

 

Whubba-dubba-dubba.

Presentation is lively, quirky, smooth animated; Engaging Remix levels keep you on your toes; Discounted price for a disc release

Not much replay for skilled players; Some levels too short and simple; Missed potential for multiplayer, limited options

If you only have a Wii and have been dying for some new content on the console, this is definitely something worth looking into to tide you over for a bit. If you enjoyed the DS title, for only $30 you can get its worthy sequel (with even better...

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Rhythm Heaven Fever

 

What does it take for a game to be universally enjoyable? That's the question most game developers would love to be able to answer, but it's easier said than done. My guess is that it comes down to exploiting the medium for what it does best --...

Rhythm Heaven Fever offers the simplicity and elegance of "One Note Samba" or "Blister in the Sun," the directness of the art of Mike Mignola or Pendleton Ward, and the understated but endlessly variable gameplay design of arcade titles like Pac-Man...

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Review

 

Rhythm Heaven leaves a lasting impression with simple-but-challenging rhythmic tapping and quirky tunes.

Excellent game-to-game variety ; Catchy original soundtrack ; The goofy art style is hilarious ; Controls are simple to grasp

Challenge ramps up sharply in some minigames ; Fun multiplayer modes aren't fleshed out enough

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Playtest: Whoa, You Go Big Guy!

 

If you played Rhythm Heaven on the Nintendo DS you have a good idea of what to expect – catchy tunes and wacky scenes. The main difference is you don't flick a touch screen in Rhythm Heaven Fever.

Nintendo packed a bunch of content in the $29.99 game, but I wonder how many players will see all of it. There are neat rhythm toys to play with, but you can only see these if you collect enough medals (that means scoring a superb or higher). Songs and...

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Rhythm Heaven Fever

 

Nintendo's latest puts your rhythm prowess to the ultimate test.

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Review

 

Prepare to feel the beat with the console debut of Nintendo's fan favorite rhythm game, Rhythm Heaven Fever.

If you enjoyed Rhythm Heaven for the DS, Rhythm Heaven Fever is more of the same. The music is memorable, the style is outrageous and the 50 mini-games are addictively fun. The downside is that it hasn’t seen any true evolution since its first...

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Review

 

Rhythm Heaven leaves a lasting impression with simple-but-challenging rhythmic tapping and quirky tunes.

Excellent game-to-game variety ; Catchy original soundtrack ; The goofy art style is hilarious ; Controls are simple to grasp

Challenge ramps up sharply in some minigames ; Fun multiplayer modes aren't fleshed out enough

More than just a loose collection of oddball music minigames soaked in Japanese-tinged strangeness, Rhythm Heaven Fever is a thoughtful, cohesive package that's well suited for the Wii. It's a reminder of how inspired and fun the rhythm genre can still...

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