Rhythm Heaven Fever Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.6/10

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Reviews

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1UP A- Feb 08 '12
Cubed3 8/10 Jun 27 '12
Destructoid 9.5/10 Feb 13 '12
Game Informer 8.5/10 Feb 29 '12
IGN Wii 7/10 Feb 06 '12
Nintendo World Report 9.5/10 Feb 15 '12
UGO.com A- Feb 11 '12
Computer and Video Games 8.9/10 Jun 23 '12
Computer and Video Games /10 Sep 18 '11
Computer and Video Games 8.8/10 Sep 18 '11
Destructoid 9.5/10 S Feb 13 '12
Destructoid 9.5/10 Feb 13 '12
EuroGamer 8/10 Jul 05 '12
Games Radar 8/10 Feb 13 '12
GameSpot 8.0/10 Feb 13 '12
gamrReview 7.9/10 Mar 19 '12
Nintendo The Official Magazine 90% Jul 05 '12
NowGamer 9.2/10 Mar 26 '12
Worthplaying 9.0/10 Feb 23 '12
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Rhythm Heaven Fever Previews

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Nintendo World Report Jan 30 '12
Games Radar Dec 31 '69
Games Radar Jan 30 '12
GameSpot Jan 30 '12
GameSpot Jun 08 '11
Nintendo The Official Magazine Mar 05 '12
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"The amount of mileage Nintendo squeezes out of Rhythm Heaven Fever's two-button gameplay is remarkable -- more than 50 mini-games including regular stages, rhythm toys, and endless games to play."

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Computer and Video Games on

"Fantastically quirky, and simpler even than the GBA original. You don't need any Japanese to play this, so if you're import-ready you should jump right in"

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Computer and Video Games on

"Beat The Beat's sound director says he thinks about the game even when he's in the bath or using the toilet. So will you. Sparkling brilliance, gleefully insanity - just needs more remixes."

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Cubed3 on

"Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise is yet another hit from the Nintendo factory, mixing in elements from the original Japan-only release, Rhythm Tengoku on GBA, and continuing in the fine form set by..."

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Destructoid on

"It's way too strange and unconventional to ever come off as insincere or uninspired, and it's way too focused on blasting your brain with pure glee to be seen as anything but a whimsical delight."

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