History VideoGame / RhythmHeaven

4th Dec '17 11:44:59 AM Hashil
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* The Rap Men in ''Tengoku'' complain about someone stealing their snacks at 3 PM. The game's sequel Rap Women reveals that the 2nd pair stole them earlier that day at 10 AM.

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* ** The Rap Men in ''Tengoku'' complain about someone stealing their snacks at 3 PM. The game's sequel Rap Women reveals that the 2nd pair stole them earlier that day at 10 AM.
4th Dec '17 11:44:33 AM Hashil
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* The Rap Men in ''Tengoku'' complain about someone stealing their snacks at 3 PM. The game's sequel Rap Women reveals that the 2nd pair stole them earlier that day at 10 AM.
15th Sep '17 1:37:10 AM ZorotheGallade
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* BadassFamily: As if Karate Joe wasn't Badass enough, you get to play as his father and teacher in the penultimate game of ''Megamix''.
13th Sep '17 12:02:23 PM Monolaf317
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* PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales: Beary from Blue Bear wears nothing at all, but his ex-girlfriend wears a pink dress and a pink bow.

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* PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales: Beary from Blue Bear wears nothing at all, but his ex-girlfriend girlfriend wears a pink dress and a pink bow.
13th Aug '17 2:10:32 PM nombretomado
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''Rhythm Heaven'', known in Japan as ''Rhythm Tengoku'' and as ''Rhythm Paradise'' in Europe, can best be described as ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''VideoGame/EliteBeatAgents.'' The first game in the series was released on the GBA in late 2006, making it the last game that Creator/{{Nintendo}} developed for the system, and later in arcades as a joint project between Nintendo and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Naturally this meant that [[NoExportForYou it would be released only in Japan]], not unlike the case with ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER 3}}''. Despite this, the DS sequel (known as ''Rhythm Tengoku Gold'' in Japan) [[SequelFirst would receive an overseas release]] to a positive reception.

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''Rhythm Heaven'', known in Japan as ''Rhythm Tengoku'' and as ''Rhythm Paradise'' in Europe, can best be described as ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] ''VideoGame/EliteBeatAgents.'' The first game in the series was released on the GBA in late 2006, making it the last game that Creator/{{Nintendo}} developed for the system, and later in arcades as a joint project between Nintendo and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Naturally this meant that [[NoExportForYou it would be released only in Japan]], not unlike the case with ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER 3}}''. Despite this, the DS sequel (known as ''Rhythm Tengoku Gold'' in Japan) [[SequelFirst would receive an overseas release]] to a positive reception.
10th Aug '17 2:20:56 AM ZorotheGallade
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** In the Bird Remix of ''Megamix'', the Wrestler dons a yellow bird costume, making him a humanoid version of [[VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Rawk Hawk]]
28th Jul '17 6:55:04 AM Monolaf317
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* LuminescentBlush: Not entirely noticeable, but the captain does this in Blue Birds after a successful "stretch out your neck" flick. So does Karate Joe in ''Fever'' after a successful combo. Really, if the character doesn't already have BlushStickers to begin with, this comes into play.

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* LuminescentBlush: Really, if the character doesn't already have BlushStickers to begin with, this comes into play.
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Not entirely noticeable, but the captain does this in Blue Birds after a successful "stretch out your neck" flick. flick.
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So does Karate Joe in ''Fever'' after a successful combo. Really, if the character doesn't already have BlushStickers to begin with, combo.
** The cheerleader you play as in "Cheer Readers" will give off
this comes into play.whenever you miss.
27th Jul '17 9:07:20 PM homogenized
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* SimonSaysMiniGame: Hoo boy. The Rhythm Heaven franchise is notorious for these. A few examples: Quiz Show, Shoot-Em-Up, Moai Doo-Wop, Drummer Duel, Love Lab, Working Dough, Rockers, First Contact, Rhythm Tweezers, Tambourine....
** The "Copycats" challenge in ''Megamix'' is focused on these.

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* SimonSaysMiniGame: Hoo boy. The Rhythm Heaven franchise is notorious for these. A few examples: Quiz Show, Shoot-Em-Up, Moai Doo-Wop, Drummer Duel, Love Lab, Working Dough, Rockers, First Contact, Rhythm Tweezers, Tambourine....
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Tambourine. The "Copycats" challenge in ''Megamix'' is focused on these.
24th Jul '17 11:07:17 PM Sammettik
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** The baseball player from the ''Fever'' game Exhibition Match has a bit of trouble keeping his arms the same thickness. When in his "neutral stance", his arms look fairly normal, but while swinging, they become twigs.

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** The baseball player from the ''Fever'' game Exhibition Match has a bit of trouble keeping his arms the same thickness. When in his "neutral stance", his arms look fairly normal, but while swinging, they become twigs. Also, if the pitcher threw her hat down earlier, she'll clip through it after throwing a pitch.
6th Jul '17 11:11:42 PM Mineboot45
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* MaskedLuchador: Gives an interview in the Ringside game.

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* MaskedLuchador: Gives an interview Gets interviewed in the Ringside game.
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