SEGA also makes killer rhythm games, have you played any of them?

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Zeero, Feb 19, 2019.

  1. Zeero

    Zeero But you can call me Jamie

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    So just like Konami and Taito, SEGA has their own fair share of rhythm games for arcades!
    I'd like to know some of your experiences, whether it be CHUNITHM, MaiMai, Wacca, or some other rhythm game I can't remember by SEGA! Or if you never played them maybe we can shed some light on the untapped potential of touch screens and geometry!
     
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  2. Shichimiya

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    I have not played any of those but I tried Space Channel 5 recently. Does that count as a rhythm game? It was fun but kind of hard! I kept dying from laughing at some of the dancing.
     
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  3. Zeero

    Zeero But you can call me Jamie

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    Space Channel 5 counts as a rhythm game, but only because of how the definition of rhythm games, in my opinion, is a game that incorporates the rhythm of the music within it into the gameplay. If not for filling out that one criteria, I would've considered it a "Simon Says clone" instead.
     

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