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Mad Maestro! Reviews
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|Gamespy||64%||Apr 13 '02|
|GameZone||6.5/10||May 06 '02|
|EuroGamer||9/10||Apr 15 '02|
|Game Over||72%||Apr 23 '02|
|GameSpot||6.3/10||Mar 20 '02|
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"Mad Maestro is one of the most innovative, entertaining and downright barmy games we've seen in a long time. It obviously helps if you have an appreciation of classical music, but with a soundtrack that includes the likes of Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven's 9th, the William Tell Overture and the Toreador Song from Carmen amongst its 34 MIDIfied melodies, you really need to be a total musical yob not to find something here that you like."
"I liked Mad Maestro upon first glance but got quickly tired of it the more I played. There are a fair amount of songs and mini-games to unlock but I wonder if it is really worth it. I applaud the developers for creating a fun game but it is squarely aimed at a niche market and I really dont feel that it lives up to its full potential."
"While the game is both quirky and Japanese, it simply isn't compelling or challenging enough to really engage its target audience of hard-core rhythm gamers."