The problem with all rhythm-based games is that you either love them or hate them; you either have a talent for them or you stay away from the whole dratted genre in case you embarrass yourself either by playing badly, dancing badly, singing badly, or flinging various plastic instruments around the room. That being said, there is a wonderful social element involved, especially if everyone sucks at the game to the same degree. On the other hand, if you do have a talent for rhythm games, they’re a great source of fun, relaxation (in a stressy kind of way), and new music for you to listen to. Happily, yours truly falls into this category. If you’ve any interest in rhythm-based games, read on. If you hate them, reading this review will not change your mind one whit, jot, dot, or miniscule iota.
After the break: the full rocking review.