For Ouendan and Elite Beat Agents, the headline is probably all you need to know. Unless you totally hate the music of Michael Jackson, you'll need to buy this game. For those that have never played Elite Beat Agents or its Japanese predecessor, you should know that these games that offer a tactile experience unlike any other in the rhythm game world. There is something just so physically satisfying about tapping, dragging, and spinning your stylus to the music.
Thanks to the Michael Jackson name, chances are high that Michael Jackson: The Experience on the DS will outsell Elite Beat Agents and Ouendan's sales combined. That's fine by me. The more games of this style I can get, the better. And who knows, maybe it will help help sell a few more copies of the games that inspired as well.
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