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The unstoppable Beat Saber is coming to Oculus Quest

VR has had a tough time breaking into the mass market for any number of reasons: price, ease of use, the need to use cords for tethering. As the industry keeps moving forward they're trying to solve a lot of these problems, and the first st...

 
 
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Better start warming up: Beat Saber DLC releases March 14

If you're dying for more songs to play in Beat Saber (especially all you PlayStation VR owners), the wait won't be much longer. DLC is on the way with a mysterious Music Pack arriving on March 14, 2019. Beat Games shared a glimpse of Beat S...

 
 
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Voez's latest update brings 16 more songs to the game

Every time I hear about Voez, it's always about some new feature coming to the title. I know the game is a rhythm title released for Switch at launch, but I'm surprised it's still receiving updates to this day. The latest patch, Version 1.6...

 
 
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Harmonix has a potential hit on its hands with Audica

Rock Band creator Harmonix is cooking up a new rhythm game for virtual reality players called Audica and it's brimming with potential. Using a pair of blasters, you'll shoot, smash, and paint color-coded targets to the beat of the music. I ...

 
 
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Activision offers refunds for late Guitar Hero Live purchases

Activision has begun a voluntary refund programme for customers who purchased Guitar Hero Live within the last two years. This has been instigated after the sudden closure of Guitar Hero TV, an online service that provided an entire library...

 
 
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Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum 'n' Fun is getting Pokemon DLC

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum 'n' Fun is...pretty fun! Released early last year in Japan and in late 2018 worldwide, the little Switch rhythm game that could (be localized) allowed us to enjoy the ancient art of drumming with anime characters in ...

 
 
 
 
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Atlus schedule Persona Dancing's plethora of DLC content

Today sees the western release of Atlus' rhythm-action games Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Both games are pretty damn cool, and are available as separate releases or bundled together - along with forme...

 
 
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Review: Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight

Despite casting a wide net as far as the Shin Megami Tensei fandom is concerned, Persona 5 still exists within a niche. Not everyone is going to want to play a surrealistic romp through the country of Japan while accompanied by a ...

 
 
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Review: Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight

Can you dance? Although it's been a real long time since I personally tripped the light fantastic, I was pretty good at the old soft-shoe shuffle. I guess that's why I'm good on bass (the instrument, not the fish). I'm quite capable of keep...

 
 
 
 
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Rhythm slice-'em-up Beat Saber hits PlayStation VR this month

After an immensely successful run on PC, the virtual reality rhythm game Beat Saber is coming to PlayStation VR on November 20, 2018. Using dual swords, players slash incoming blocks that are synced to the beat of the music. It's a simple b...

 
 
 
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Review: Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session!

It's hard being the drummer. Not only do you generally sit at the back of the stage, avoiding the spotlight and hidden behind a mass of metal, but you are, essentially, the key to the whole performance remaining tight. A guitarist can blow ...

 
 
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Review: Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum 'n' Fun (Switch)

Rhythm games are baked into my DNA. I get that not everyone wants to jump around on a plastic mat, bang a drum, or strum a guitar, but at some point or another, my musical background kicks in and I hit that zone -- the one where you can see...

 
 
 
 
 
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Contest: Win Double Kick Heroes for Steam

Contest is life. Contest is love. Contest is metal. Win a copy of Double Kick Heroes. Every now and again a note gets slid under my office door here at Destructoid HQ (AKA my mom's basement) that has a game on it I just know you degenerates...

 
 
 
 
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Good on Sega for keeping Space Channel 5 alive

Even if I never end up playing the new Space Channel 5 designed solely for virtual reality, the knowledge that the rhythm series is alive and well in 2018 in any capacity warms my heart. Between this and the niche-PSP-series-turned-VR-game ...

 
 




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Tricerapops

Yall should not sleep on Hypnospace Outlaw and Baba is I know everyone is playing Sekiro, but these two are going to be mentioned a lot during GOTY Really great

 
Tohsaka

Im gonna have to get used to Heart having an English voice

 
taterchimp

Des Moines be with you, gajknight

 
dephoenix

I beat Golden Sun! Ill put more detailed thoughts in the comments, but the TL;DR version is that I thought it was a good game, but I was left a tad upset that it felt like an unfinished story, and while I liked it I ultimately didnt love

 
ChandlerS04

Top Genesis games for me: Castlevania Bloodlines, Shining Force II, Sonic (3) & Knuckles, Streets of Rage 2, Earthworm Jim, Xmen 2 Clone Wars, Gunstar Heroes, Phantasy Star IV, Landstalker, and Alien What are yours?

 
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This is stuck in my head, so enjoy the chill #musictoid

 
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Not playing Got other

 
Nathan D

YOULL LEARN TO APPRECIATE ITS WORTH

 
indigit4l

performed these acts under the direction of individual number one Now its no more recommended indictments?? Not for Jr? FBI investigations are ALWAYS focused on those at the Im supposed to be happy Cohen, Manafort, etc got time but not boss?

 
 

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