Nintendo Switch has brought a myriad of old game series to the current generation, Tsunku. Creator Rhythm Heaven, hoping the game will be added to the list.
俺 も そ う 思 い ま す！
み ん な で 声 を 高 ら か に！
ス イ ッ チ 一 一 一 人 も 楽 い し 、 み み ん な な で で し し。。。。。。 https://t.co/Gut9l1kgrM
– つ ん く ♂ (@tsunkuboy) April 8, 2020
Known as Rhythm Paradise in Europe and Rhythm World in Korea, the Rhythm Heaven series originally started on Gameboy Advance and continued through the Nintendo DS. Single player party games have small sect followers, like many other Nintendo titles developed in the past.
Players must defeat the random set of fifty rhythm mini-games that make up the game. To beat a level, players must reach at least the rank of Just OK ’or memutar OK’, or replay the level until they do.
Each level has its own rules and is required to use the stylus to tap the touch screen in time for music. In order for the series to switch to Switch, some system and gameplay changes need to be made.
Tsunku has called on fans to “Raise the voice together” to support the series taken by Nintendo to be re-released or new titles. In the end, the choice depends on Nintendo.
Recently, Nintendo announced Elysium Disco will be ported to the Switch release, after the series’s great success on the PC. Here at GameSpot, we give the game 10/10. May Rhythm Heaven be the next to be transported.
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