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This game is amazing fun. It's like Guitar hero but with 3 "frets" or "targets". You switch between 5-6 instrument tracks, turning them on one by one. You do this the whole song basically, and it is uber fun!A great setlist with lots of fun songs (Weezer, Run DMC, etc.). You can create your own avatar or "Freq" and he basically plays the instrument your working on at the moment. There is another option where you can remix all of the songs in the game and this is EXTREMELY fun! You can share your...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
With a market that is becoming completely over saturated with games that require one to purchase an armful of Fisher Price-esque peripherals, it is easy to forget that the rhythm game genre is also home to games that only ask the player to use a standard controller. Games like Rez, Parappa the Rapper, Gitaroo Man, and Frequency are just a few shining examples of this. Amplitude is also such a game. The 'sequel' to Harmonix genre redefining hit Frequency, Amplitude is one of the last game...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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