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Rhythm Heaven Fever - Wii Standard Edition

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B006L1FAK2
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 113 g
  • Release Date: Feb. 13 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,146 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alan Friesen on March 8 2012
Did you play the original Rhythm Tenega (Japanese GBA)? Rhythm Heaven? If so, buy this now. You're good to go.

For the rest of you: imagine WarioWare crossed with Guitar Hero, except the WarioWare minigames are longer (2-3 minutes instead of seconds) and there's no guitar. Rhythm Heaven Fever places you in control of a variety of wacky scenarios, from kicking soccer and footballs away from a pair of weasels on a date, matching the timing of a quintet of mile-high, square-headed tap dancers, and carefully screwing on the heads of robots in a factory.

The control scheme from the previous Rhythm Heaven games has been drastically simplified -- no waggle controls here. Rather, only the A and B buttons are used, with the majority of the games using only the A button on your Wii Remote. Sounds simple, right? The challenge lies in timing your presses to whatever inputs are on the screen and just plain getting the rhythm of the minigame down after multiple practice runs. For each given level, you can receive a "Try Again", a just "OK", and a "Superb". My kids are managing to get "OK" on most of the levels, but I can still challenge myself to earn "Superb" ratings on the minigames.

The bottom line is that this game is highly enjoyable and quite difficult. It's also longer than the original GBA game, if I recall correctly, but some favourites have returned (the square-headed tap dancers are reminiscent of the space dancers in the original, and Karate Man is back!). It's a fascinating and weird mix of genres that will have everybody in your family tapping their toes and singing along, "Yubayubadubadubayuba, is that true?" Great game and great value!
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Amazing game, well balanced difficulty wise! I would totally recommend! Hours of fun ahead! Great songs, catchy, funny. It's a must!
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This game was my most highly anticipated one for this year since the release of trailers from Nintendo came out. After viewing the various minigames they have, I began to believe that this game would be even better than the DS version.

Unfortunately the standard I had set was too high and the disappointment continued when I come across the first tutorial scenario, as well as the opening scene in the game wasn't necessary as it denied what the player desired: fun. Also I believe that dumbing down the information in the first tutorial was ridiculous that it was tempting to quit the game and play the DS version. But after the first tutorial, the pacing goes back to normal and I had enjoy the game.

There was this new feature that allows you view a demo video how to do it right. Personally enjoy the aspect and help my pacing when I needed it. The minigames they present after you get a certain amount of medals are more entertaining than the DS one and I find them worth the time getting. And I believe that the aiming for perfect is a little bit more easier to breathe now, since it isn't so gung-ho about timing as much as the DS version was, so even if you miss a beat by a millisecond, it won't notice it. The additional components in the game like multiplayer is interesting and can be competitive over who is better at the game or not.

Overall the game is enjoyable but the fun only last until you run out of games.
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By sean on April 17 2015
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Amazing game! I'm happpy with my purchase. Should have bought it sooner.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Great value, catchy title, must buy for Rhythm Heaven fans Feb. 20 2012
By Joshua Stroder - Published on
This game is generally going to fly under most people's radar, so I felt the need to review it. I was shocked to see they had marked this game down to $30, and as such had to rush out and purchase it on day one. Sadly, after calling four places, nowhere seemed to have it. By the end of the week however, I had my hands on a copy of this gem of a game. Let's launch immediately into the pros and cons.

+50 minigames in the single player mode
+8 two player games
+Music is fantastic
+Massive replay value for completion
+Games present a challenge, but overall seems to be easier than Rhythm Heaven on the DS
+$30 for a new game!

-If you're not familiar with this series, this game can be really hard
-I had at least one game I detested (curse you Love Rap!)
-Could be longer, but my fondness of the game may have attributed to beating it in two sittings
-Noticed an almost insignificant lag problem on my friends tv that made the game unplayable at his house, worked fine at mine though

Overall: If you've played this series before, buy this game. I demolished this game, got 48/50 medals and a couple handfuls of perfects. I do not regret my decision, my only regret is I can't get my hands on more of these games. 5/5
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Spectacular set of creative games at a low price Feb. 20 2012
By Ted - Published on
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I purchased this game with knowledge of what I was getting into, as I had played the previous entry in the Rhythm Heaven series. However, this game was able to surpass my already high expectations. The game has a unique visual style and excellent musical sense about it. The rhythm games that you play are quirky and fun. This is the kind of game that is great to show off at a party, or to play with family members just for fun. The game is simple to play and learn, but difficult to master- using at most two buttons, the games are not extremely hard to complete, but are very difficult to achieve a perfect ranking on. The game is thus perfectly suited to young kids looking for a fun game or older kids and adults looking for a challenge.

I would highly recommend this game, as it makes a great addition to anybody's Wii library.
21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Great game for a great price. (no spoilers!) Feb. 17 2012
By funbi1112 - Published on
1. Basic thoughts and knowledge on the games (first paragraph)
2. FAQ's (the part between the squiggly lines)
3. WHAT IS THIS GAME? (everything that is not between the squiggly line)
4. Should I get this game? I know what this is about already. (read the last paragraph)

I would seriously pay $50 for this. This is such a fun game. Everyone will find something challenging in this game (or everything). Okay... so... what's this game? Rhythm heaven fever is like a collection of rhythm minigames for you to play. Each one is around 1 to 3 minute. You will first go through a tutorial to teach you how to play the specific game you are going to play (you can always skip it if you've already gone through the tutorial already). The tutorials are optional and helpful but needed. Trust me... you WILL fail the game if you don't. Each game have different controls!?!?! Think it's too hard? Don't worry because the only two button you will have to worry about is A and B. WHAT? NO MOTION CONTROL!?! that's not a bad thing... it's such a relief to hear that they didn't choose motion control for this because: 1. motion control is inaccurate 2. your arm gets tired 3. it gets too confusing. This game is so awesome! :D
okay... if you do... don't worry :D this game will teach you everything. If you go "game-by-game" you should be a rhythm master by the time you are done. Each stage gets progressively harder but don't worry... if you ever feel like a stage is too hard, you are given the option to skip it (and come back to it later). If you suck at rhythm, it shouldn't be a problem. It just may take you longer to learn it than the experienced people.

I AM SUPER AWESOME THAT THIS WILL BE TOO EASY FOR ME. (musician? conductor? play an instrument?)
Well... I suppose this can be true for the first few stages... But hey! as you go further and further. Trust me... you WILL find one that is especially hard for you. Some stages focus on tricky rhythm like: switching from off-beats to on-beats, triplets to eighth notes, long rests, strange rests in weird places. THE POINT IS... out of all of the 50 main stages... you are very likely to find at least ONE (probably more) tricky stage. This is just to let you know that the difficulty WON'T DISAPPOINT YOU.

Played the DS or Gameboy version before? You will probably find the first 7 "sections" pretty simple, but the last 3 will truly test your rhythm skills.
SO... WHAT IS THIS GAME? This game have "columns" of games. 5 games in each column with a total of 10 column. Each column will include 4 games with one remix of those four games you have previously learned. The remix is basically a mashup of those four games with a twist of some sort (example: different background music, theme of the game changes, change of overall rhythm). I really find those remix very enjoyable and tricky at the same time.

When this game gets tricky... unlike most other games... YOU DON'T FEEL FRUSTRATED! They provides a demo for you to watch and practices so when you don't get something, you can always use those tutorials to help you. Plus, those cute little characters are just too cute to get mad at. The music is lively, the graphics are vivacious, the overall game is just... AWESOME.

Still don't get what I'm talking about? Search it up on youtube and you should be able to get a pretty good sense of what this game is (don't spoil everything for yourself!). Now... if you're reading this because you have some interest in this game... GET THIS!!! This is probably the last "good time" you'll have on your nintendo wii... (since wii u is coming out and developers are more focused on making games for that now...). You should also get this game because JUST LOOK AT THE PRICE!!! $30! wow! These 50 games are totally worth your money and did I mention about the endless games? and the 2 player games? and the rhythms toys? and other full-length games from the previous series??? GET THIS! well... if you are simply reading this cause you are bored and reading amazon reviews... you might wanna consider this game but be sure to make sure you are interested in this. The "rubric" for if you should get this game or not is that tiny interest in playing this game. If you wanna play this, get this. If you think this game sucks and would rather play your Black Ops... then don't get this. (hey don't get it wrong!!! I love my Black ops too :3)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A worthy new addition to the series. Feb. 22 2012
By The Banker's Nephew - Published on
Basically, if you liked either the Rhythm Tengoku or Rhythm Heaven, you'll adore this game just as much as I have.

Tsunku is on top form, as usual, and this time Nintendo's actually made an effort with dubbing the vocals into English. While the lyrics are still a tad silly and nonsensical in English, they make much more sense than in RH, and get this; the singers can actually sing this time 'round!

The minigames themselves are all just as fun and charming as in the past, with a few like Built To Scale, Cheer Readers, and Samurai Slash standing out to me as particularly fun. On the other hand, a few, like Love Rap (shudder) and Tambourine, will drive you up the wall.

The graphics are very smooth and look absolutely gorgeous. I have nothing more to say here, or anywhere, for that matter.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Love the series Jan. 4 2013
By Victor Becerra - Published on
The rhythm heaven series, for me, is one of the most unique experiences Nintendo has to offer. The characters are fun and interesting and the game doesn't get boring quickly at all! Love it.