Beaterator Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|IGN PSP||8/10||Sep 29 '09|
|1UP||A-||Oct 02 '09|
|EuroGamer||---||Oct 08 '09|
|Games Radar||8/10||Sep 28 '09|
|GameSpot||/10||Oct 13 '09|
|GameZone||8.0/10||Oct 19 '09|
|Kombo PSP||8.0/10||Oct 08 '09|
|Wonderwall||9.0/10||Oct 04 '09|
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|EuroGamer||Sep 03 '09|
|Games Radar||Sep 03 '09|
|Gamespy||Sep 03 '09|
|IGN PSP||Sep 03 '09|
|IGN PSP||Sep 03 '09|
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"Rockstar Games has a reputation for creating a lot of different things: violent murder simulators, drug dealing minigames, and car stealing games. So Beaterator comes as a bit of a surprise; the software isn't a game at all, but a full-featured music creator for the PSP. Beaterator takes some serious time to get a firm grasp on, but if you've got the patience, this is probably the best (and cheapest) way to produce your own music on the go. Since it's not a "game," there's nothing to unlock. There are no minigames, codes, or puzzles; from the moment you turn on Beaterator, you have access to everything on the disc. And as you explore the different menus and options, the program provides either a short video or text description with handy tips. And you'll make frequent use of that advice (and probably go back to reread things more than once), because there's just so much to do (and because the non-interactive tutorials can be a little dense the first time through)."
"Grand Theft Audio."
"Rockstar gets musical."
"Beaterator isn’t a game. You know that, right? It’s a utility for creating music and sharing it with the world, based initially on a Flash application created by Rockstar Games. Yeah, the folks behind Grand Theft Auto are breaking into the music scene now, with some big-name help from producer/rapper Timothy Zachery Mosley, a.k.a. Timbaland. ..."
"The first thing you should know about Beaterator is that it isn’t a game. It isn’t a “toy” like Wii Music, either, although it can be used like one. Instead, Beaterator is a serious tool for making music – or at least as serious as a tool can get while still staying accessible and relatively easy to use. ..."