Rated 9 out of 10 by 7
Rated 0 out of 10 by Alph The Third Installment of the Rhythm Heaven Series
Rhythm Heaven is a series of games based on mini-games and rhythm. This is what happens when you mash Elite Beat Agents and Warioware and it's pretty dang good.
I've always loved rhythm games and Rhythm Heaven is perfect for anyone. The controls are absurdly simple, yet the games can be challenging for any age group (especially when going for perfects). The themes are also really random, but that just makes the game more fun and hiliarious.
The previous two games might have been overlooked a bit, but they have obtained rather high ratings and favors from the gaming community. $50 is a pretty hefty price, but then again, aren't all the great Wii games priced this high? If you've ever played the previous games and loved them, you'd really want to buy this. If you're looking for a fun, casual rhythm game, this hits the bill dead on.
Rated 9 out of 10 by Hologhost Fun and addicting game!
This game is fun in many levels. The randomness of the minigames are charming and unique. Some minigames might get a little too difficult to pass but you will soon be able to. This game is for anyone who would like to have fun.
Rated 0 out of 10 good got better.... way better
wow, this was a decent but overpriced deal at $50 but at $30 it's spot on kudos to whoever made the decision to cut the price by 20 bucks now this game has legs and will reach a big audience, I can't wait .
Rated 9 out of 10 by Justin518 A Great Game
This is a fun game! This appeals to all gamers and it is a garentee they will enjoy it. Nice graphics and music.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Metalman Wow
I this is on my wish list for... well something (B-day, Christmas) because the release date wasn't announced, but still it looks fun.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Gameman99 Thank You.
Now that there is a release date, I will buy this game when it comes out. My favorite part of the game is the one with the fork.
Rated 0 out of 10 by dolphinboy Looks Good
This looks good but the graphics don't seem too impresive.