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Released Apr 22, 2008
A rhythm game for 3DS and WiiWare developed by Santa Entertainment.
Sequel to 2008's Taiko no Tatsujin Wii.
Features new modes of play and for the first time on console, full versions of songs (Ura).
Rhythm Heaven (known in Europe as Rhythm Paradise) is a surreal rhythm/action game, sequel to the Japan-only GBA game Rhythm Tengoku. Japanese music producer TSUNKU helped direct and compose music for the game.
Get ready to rock out on the DS again with Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades, a sequel to the earlier game of 2008. Decades features music from the 70's, 80's, 90's, 00's, and today.
A cooking-themed rhythm game featuring j-pop songs from popular children's anime series such as Onegai My Melody and Kirarin Revolution.
Sequel to Daigasso! Band Bros. Play music, sing with the karaoke mode, or create your own tunes.
The second installment in the Pinky Street series.
A rhythm game with a twist, Ontamarama exercises all input features of the Nintendo DS at once.
osu! gameplay is based on a variety of popular commercial rhythm games. While keeping some authentic elements, osu! adds huge customisation, online rankings, multiplayer and boasts a community with over 300,000 active users! Play the way you want to play, with your own music, and share your creations!
This time, the cheerleaders save the world with more songs, more insanity, and a rival cheerleading team.
Elite Beat Agents is a rhythm game for the Nintendo DS developed by iNiS Corp. and published by Nintendo. It is a spiritual sequel to the Japanese only Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, and uses many of the same touch screen based gameplay mechanics.
Expansion for the first Daigasso! Band Brothers game for Nintendo DS, offering 31 new songs to play.
Japanese music rhythm game where you must tap the touch screen in time with the music. Keep up with 15 J-Pop songs which will test your reflexes to the extreme.
Daigasso! Band Brothers is a Rhythm Game for the Nintendo DS, released on December 2, 2004 in as a launch title. It was originally planned to be released on the Game Boy Color and then the Game Boy Advance.
Play the bongos with Donkey Kong in this first installment of Donkey Konga for the GameCube.
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