fat_otter's Elite Beat Agents (Nintendo DS) review
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In the past few years, rhythm games have gone through a spectacular boom and a spectacular fall. The Guitar Hero franchise has gone from having the best-selling third party game in history to selling less than 100K, and Rock Band isn't faring much better. It's a shame that the fad-like nature of these two series have caused developers to mostly back away from music games altogether, and that is a real shame, because we need more games like Elite Beat Agents in this world.The premise is...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Elite Beat Agents is an interesting game with a lot of character and some great humor. Unfortunately, it also has a lot of problems. In it, you play as the Elite Beat Agents, a group of dancing government (?) agents, whose sole purpose is to make a difference in the lives of others. How do they do this? By dancing, of course. At it's heart, EBA is a simple rhythm game you play using the only the stylus. You'll find yourself tapping, dragging, and tracing your way to the beat. This is all ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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