The first Rhythm Paradise (Rhythm Tengoku in Japan) on the Gameboy Advance was a brilliantly inspired work of unshackled creativity that stood out as something special even within the generally-high-quality rhythm-action genre. This sequel is every bit as good, and it's a bit different, too.
The original Rhythm Paradise had you tapping along in time to Japanese electro music that was synchronised with the movement of random robotic stuff on screen. The DS follow-up presents yet more fun-loving acts of invention and is interacted with via touch-pen presses, releases and flicks.
You hold the DS like a book and set the screen orientation to match your more rhythmically dependable hand. Then it's simply a case of copying the actions presented at each pre-level tuition screen while staying in time and not losing your touch.
Be warned though, this is a bit of a deceptive game. It looks simple and sounds saccharine sweet, but it also demands perfect timekeeping. You have to play as though you are Kraftwerk's drummer (Klaus Dinger, for example), which is another way of saying you need to become The Man-Machine (possibly Karl Bartos). That might not sound like great fun, but when you get things right and the music and animations all hit like well oiled pistons, Rhythm Paradise feels like a mini rave.
The most euphoric moments are in the game's Remix stages, which appear at the end of each four-level run. These combine elements from the four stages you've just worked through, mashing things up at a tempo that gradually increases - like playing in fast-forward - and leaves you frantically struggling to stay in the game.
The weird thing about Rhythm Paradise is that very few musical instruments appear. Most of the time you have to perform tasks that are completely unrelated to the world of music making, but in a musical way. Examples? playing a rhythmic table tennis rally, painting robots on a semi-automated conveyor belt, firing pegs through holes set in square tiles and shooting space invaders.
This is a very good game for nitendos ds and dsi and Wii. I had used this and had end this game.It is very Easy and adventurous i hope u will like to play this game. its also very intrested and have very good graphics like all other new games,this game is for all ages person,childers and elders both can play and surely they will enjoy to play this game.The chracters in this game are also very colour full and good and this game is one of my faourite game,i will sincerely advice you to buy this game and surely u will have fun while playing.Thank you.better game
this game is good the way you learn to keep the rythm with bluey i sugest this game on ds to kids 5 and to whst ever sge you want i sit and play it all the time so yes i think you should get this game buy it now you wont regreat the throught of buying this game and it is realy cheap i payed 90 bux
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