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Cipher Prime (Auditorium) is back with a great new rhythm game for the iPad. Plus, a Winnitron upate!
1 Jun 2011
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Who would have thought your favorite games would be the ones to help cure your two left feet? Here are the five best games to shake your groove thing to.
7 Feb 2013
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Today on HardNews, Fantasia rhythm game, new Halo game for Windows 8, and Xbox E3 lineup rumors. *******gamehackerz****/csr-racing-cheats-gold-and-cash-hack
6 Jun 2013
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It's the perfect synergy of 8th Mile meets Rhythm gaming. Join one tough little puppy on his quest for street respect and the love of one fine flower pot. I gotta believe!
8 Jul 2008
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Your iPhone has never ROCKED this hard! This holiday season, get ready for some rockin' in your stockings! The Roadie is the heaviest, headbanging-est rhythm game to ever attack the iPhone and iPod Touch. Check out our official site at *******www.theroadie-game****
29 Nov 2009
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App Download : itunes.apple****/​app/​id434806738?mt=8 Homepage : playtapsonic**** Facebook : facebook****/​playtapsonic Twitter : twitter****/​playtapsonic Tap, tap, tap, and slide your fingers away with TAP SONIC ! TAP SONIC by Neowiz is the newest most exciting way to enjoy the latest tunes on your iPhone! Don't just feel the music. Tap the beats and slide the rhythm with TAP SONIC! [ Introducing TAP SONIC ] - Discover a refreshing and innovative musical rhythm game for your iPhone. - Over 50% iPhone users in Korea have downloaded and are now playing TAP SONIC. - The playlist includes top Korean pop music titles from Girl's Generation, BIG BANG, 2NE1 and T-ara. - Additional tracks are going to be added on a regular basis. [ Features ] - A variety of dynamic gaming options (Speed/Random/Fade) to suit different levels and preferences. - Starpoints are earned every time you play TAP SONIC, and can be used for Score Bonus and/or Energy Up items! - A range of difficulty to suit everyone's gaming level (4, 5, or 6 line; Basic, Pro, Legend levels) - The Non-Stop play mode allows you to select up to 3 songs to loop so that you can enjoy playing without pausing.
21 Sep 2011
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Micron review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Micron from Apparition Games for the iPhone. Micron is an eccentric hybrid of puzzler and rhythm game and even music creator, and it comes together to create something really special. You have to get pellets to the exit, and each pellet is essentially a musical note. When they hit something, they contribute to the game's soundtrack. You're figuring out puzzles, but at the same time, you're kind of making music. Fans of the BIT.TRIP games, in particular, are going to love Micron. It represents this unique synergy between game and music, where the soundtrack is actually a functioning and interactive part of the gameplay. And that's pretty ingenious. This video review features video gameplay footage of Micron for the iPhone and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
24 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Beatles: Rock Band from Harmonix and Electronic Arts for the Nintendo Wii. The Beatles: Rock Band is also available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Frankly, gameplay is not what makes The Beatles: Rock Band stand out — it plays virtually the same as every other rhythm game in the post-Guitar Hero world. Rather, it's about giving the player the chance to relive the biggest moments of the Beatles' brief ride from obscurity to stardom and dissolution. It's more an interactive museum than anything else, played to the tune of some of the best songs ever written. This video review features video gameplay footage of the Beatles: Rock Band for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Guitar Hero: Metallica (Part 1) from Budcat Creations and Activision for the Nintendo Wii. Guitar Hero: Metallica is also available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 2. Guitar Hero: Metallica is an interesting rhythm game in that it compensates for its shortcomings with the one thing that matters — playing guitar. It doesn't have the polish and grandeur of The Beatles: Rock Band, and in terms of content, it can't compete with newer releases, either. But for those of a particular musical persuasion, there's simply never been a rhythm game more fun to play than this one. This video review features video gameplay footage of Guitar Hero: Metallica for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek. Be sure to check out Part 2 of this video feature.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Guitar Hero: Metallica (Part 2) from Budcat Creations and Activision for the Nintendo Wii. Guitar Hero: Metallica is also available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 2. Guitar Hero: Metallica is an interesting rhythm game in that it compensates for its shortcomings with the one thing that matters — playing guitar. It doesn't have the polish and grandeur of The Beatles: Rock Band, and in terms of content, it can't compete with newer releases, either. But for those of a particular musical persuasion, there's simply never been a rhythm game more fun to play than this one. This video review features video gameplay footage of Guitar Hero: Metallica for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek. Be sure to check out Part 1 of this video feature in case you missed it.
25 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Guitar Hero: World Tour from Vicarious Visions and Activision for the Nintendo Wii. Guitar Hero: World Tour is also available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3. World Tour fleshes out the traditional Guitar Hero experience with the ability to play as a full band. Vocals, drums, bass and guitar are supported in World Tour, making it the first Guitar Hero to use the now-standard Rock Band formula. Despite the over-saturation of rhythm games, playing as a band with a bunch of friends is social gaming perfection, and that still applies to World Tour. This video review features video gameplay footage of Guitar Hero: World Tour for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
27 Sep 2012
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NBA Baller Beats review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of NBA Baller Beats for XBox 360 with Kinect. I lost 25 pounds my freshman year of college, due to playing lots and lots of DDR. I have those rhythm-gaming skills. I do not have basketball skills. Unfortunately, the two are now the same, and so I get to fail at dribbling a ball while Gorillaz tracks play in the background. I call it humiliation... and innovation, as NBA Baller Beats does to the rhythm/music genre something that's never even been tried before. And, if you have a wide open space near your Kinect and 360 and TV, you can enjoy it too. This video review features video gameplay footage of NBA Baller Beats for XBox 360 with Kinect and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
29 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Frequency for the PlayStation 2, developed by Harmonix. From the developers that would eventually bring us the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises, Frequency was their first major video game that utilized similar gameplay, but instead used the PS2 controller to perform various elements of songs. Along with its less mainstream electronic music soundtrack (Juno Reactor, The Crystal Method, Orbital, Paul Oakenfold, Roni Size, Meat Beat Manifesto, No Doubt, and more), mind bending graphics, and innovative uses of online play, Frequency has achieved critical praise and a cult following, and stands strong as an interesting piece in the history of rhythm gaming. This review features Frequency gameplay footage on the PlayStation 2 and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
6 Oct 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock for the Nintendo Wii. As Activision pulls the plug on its Guitar Hero franchise, Warriors of Rock is left as the final capstone to the legendary series of rhythm games. Despite valiant efforts by developers Neversoft and Vicarious Visions to breathe new life into the series with a new quest mode and other notable features, struggling sales still couldn't keep the franchise afloat in the competitive world of music gaming. But at least this entry still knows how to shred, with rockin' tunes from Black Sabbath, Megadeth, Pantera, Rush, Slayer, Soundgarden, and plenty of other classic and contemporary rock artists. This review features Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock gameplay footage on the Nintendo Wii and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
6 Oct 2012
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Taiko Drum Master is a Japanese rhythm game released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2. Play along to tracks of varied genres by beating away at a cute plastic drum peripheral! Hit the drum in time with the song to pass. Based on the hit Japanese arcade game of the same name. This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from Taiko Drum Master, published and developed by Namco. Available only on the PlayStation 2.
24 Oct 2012
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Parappa the Rapper 2 is a button mashing rhythm game for the PlayStation 2. Play as the adorable dog, Parappa, and save your town from the hostile noodle takeover! Rap your way through eight bosses and get the girl. Always remember, you gotta believe! This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from Parappa the Rapper 2, published by Sony, developed by NanaOn-Sha. Available only on the PlayStation 2.
26 Oct 2012
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