The Action Points Podcast! Episode 109 – Rhythm Games are Hard

In this episode:

This is an odd one. There’s a lot of puerile talk and sniggering, but hopefully we can make it through together. We talk about hard, pounding beats in various rhythm games that we love. Also, Aaron gives us his impression of The Gallerist and Level Up, Evan’s been playing Guitar Hero Live, and Dan’s been playing through Tales from the Borderlands.

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Episode 109 – Rhythm Games are Hard

 

Music: Theme for Harold (var. 2) by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0.

Links for the things we talked about:

Come check out our panels at PAX Aus 2015:

Play With Us: Wits & Wagers LIVE, Friday 30 October 2015, 9 pm, Kookaburra Theatre

Growing Local Board Game Design Communities, Sunday 1 November 2015, 3 pm, Dropbear Theatre

The Gallerist

Level Up

Guitar Hero Live

Splatoon

Tales from the Borderlands

Minecraft Story Mode

Rabbit Rush (also check out our podcast with designer Kevin Chen here)

Dance Dance Revolution

Meg Jayanth to write on mobile RPG using Android: Netrunner setting

O2 Jam

The 10k Commotion

I Believe In A Thing Called Love

Rock Band

Rocksmith

Elite Beat Agents

Osu! Tatakae Ouendan

Osu

Project Mirai DX

Theatrhythm

Free!

Crypt of the Necrodancer

Get the original soundtrack here, and the metal remix here

2 responses to “The Action Points Podcast! Episode 109 – Rhythm Games are Hard

  1. You talked about rhythm games without talking Rhythm Heaven.

    🌧 Try again 💦

    Also there’s Gunpey (DS), which is more a puzzle game with a little music integration. It has its own electronic music maker in there, too.

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