Rhythm Heaven Wii is coming to North America later this year, which has doubled the amount of 2011 Wii games that are worth half a crap. Yes, we now have two games to look forward to this year, instead of just one!
Some people are ready to declare that all if forgiven because Nintendo of America is bringing Rhythm Heaven Wii to the U.S. That's pretty much Nintendo's modus operandi, though -- throw one token scrap and watch the loyal dogs bark with pitiful gratitude.
Don't get me wrong, Rhythm Heaven Wii looks like plenty of barmy fun ... but I ain't fooled. There are three more Nintendo-published titles that NoA is refusing to give us, and no amount of musical baboonery is going to make me forget it.
|9:00 AM on 07.06.2011|
New Rhythm Heaven Wii screens look so good
I've always loved the Rhythm Heaven franchise for its concept, and not necessarily for its looks. It didn't look fantastic on the Game Boy Advance, though you got a good feel for the visual style they were going for. The ...more
|12:54 PM on 06.08.2011|
E3: Rhythm Heaven Wii kills it
Have you played Rhythm Heaven? This WarioWare-esque rhythm-action series has been largely ignored in the US and Europe, which is a shame. My guess is that this is largely because the superior GBA iteration of the game never ...more
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Why Dark Souls doesn't have music outside of boss fights
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|5:00 AM on 06.19.2013|
Hero worship gone wrong in Hotline Miami 2
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Here's The DTOID Show E3 Wrap-up!
Hey everybody! We're back from E3, and boy are our arms tired. From playing video games, but also from making cartoonish flapping motions. We ran down what came out of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo's respective press conferences, as well as our personal favorites, and then listed off the Destructoid Best Of E3 winners. Now, we take naps.more