History VideoGame / RhythmHeaven

25th May '16 12:04:10 PM MisterVercetti
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* AscendedExtra: The chameleon from ''Fever'''s Endless Remix gets its own game in ''Megamix''.
17th May '16 9:04:30 AM gamer2332
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* EleventhHourSuperPower: [[spoiler: In ''Tengoku's'' final remix, Karate Joe enters "Serious" mode, is silhouetted in shadow, loses his flow meter, and gains the ability to consistently hit rocks no matter how well you're playing. Each hit is also accompanied by an electric guitar chord that otherwise isn't in the remix.]]

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* EleventhHourSuperPower: [[spoiler: In ''Tengoku's'' final remix, Karate Joe enters "Serious" mode, is silhouetted in shadow, loses his flow meter, and gains the ability to consistently hit rocks no matter how well you're playing. Each hit is The ''Karate Man'' portions will also accompanied by an electric add guitar chord that otherwise isn't twangs to the music (with the exception of the final portion) that's not present in the remix.remix, otherwise.]]
14th Apr '16 7:27:19 AM pgj1997
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* {{Nerf}}: Air Rally was given less InterfaceScrew in ''Megamix''. Probably to keep the game at a constant speed, which you need for a game like this.
14th Apr '16 6:47:05 AM pgj1997
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** {{Exaggerated|Trope}} in''Megamix''. The game has seventy-eight total levels returning from the previous three games.

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** {{Exaggerated|Trope}} in''Megamix''.in ''Megamix''. The game has seventy-eight total levels returning from the previous three games.
14th Apr '16 6:46:01 AM pgj1997
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** True to its name, ''Megamix'' holds the record for most Nostalgia Levels in a single video game. There are seventy-eight total levels returning from the previous three games.

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** True to its name, ''Megamix'' holds the record for most Nostalgia Levels in a single video game. There are {{Exaggerated|Trope}} in''Megamix''. The game has seventy-eight total levels returning from the previous three games.
14th Apr '16 6:44:08 AM pgj1997
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* NoPlotNoProblem: The first three games have no plot whatsoever outside the rhythm games themselves to a certain degree. ''Megamix'' actually has an overarching story mode, but it's an ExcusePlot at best and mostly consists of playing various rhythm games.

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* NoPlotNoProblem: The first three games have no plot whatsoever outside the rhythm games themselves to a certain degree. ''Megamix'' actually has an overarching story mode, but it's an ExcusePlot at best and mostly consists of playing various rhythm games.Averted in ''Megamix''.
29th Mar '16 5:06:41 AM pgj1997
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** A bunch of characters. Notably, the boy and the girl from Double Date in ''Fever''. Their labels in the cast are "A boy" for the boy, and "His crush" for the girl. It gets somewhat ridiculous considering the weasels have a collective name that's all capitalized (Weasel Couple), alongside other certain named cast members, being a fork (named Fork) and a set of nuts and a bolt (named Widget). They're named [[Literature/RomeoAndJuliet Romeo and Julia]] for the European version, however.

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** A bunch of characters. Notably, the boy and the girl from Double Date in ''Fever''. Their labels in the cast are "A boy" for the boy, and "His crush" for the girl. It gets somewhat ridiculous considering the weasels have a collective name that's all capitalized (Weasel Couple), alongside other certain named cast members, being a fork (named Fork) and a set of nuts and a bolt (named Widget). They're named [[Literature/RomeoAndJuliet named Romeo and Julia]] Julia for the European version, however.



** The European version of ''Fever'' adds one in; the boy and girl from Double Date are namechecked as Romeo and Julia in the credits.

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** The European version of ''Fever'' adds one in; the boy and girl from Double Date are namechecked as [[Literature/RomeoAndJuliet Romeo and Julia Julia]] in the credits.
29th Mar '16 5:06:00 AM pgj1997
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** A bunch of characters. Notably, the boy and the girl from Double Date in ''Fever''. Their labels in the cast are "A boy" for the boy, and "His crush" for the girl. It gets somewhat ridiculous considering the weasels have a collective name that's all capitalized (Weasel Couple), alongside other certain named cast members, being a fork (named Fork) and a set of nuts and a bolt (named Widget). They're named Romeo and Julia for the European version, however.

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** A bunch of characters. Notably, the boy and the girl from Double Date in ''Fever''. Their labels in the cast are "A boy" for the boy, and "His crush" for the girl. It gets somewhat ridiculous considering the weasels have a collective name that's all capitalized (Weasel Couple), alongside other certain named cast members, being a fork (named Fork) and a set of nuts and a bolt (named Widget). They're named [[Literature/RomeoAndJuliet Romeo and Julia Julia]] for the European version, however.
23rd Mar '16 7:21:24 AM gamer2332
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** If you're doing badly on the practice sessions in ''Fever'', the game will allow you to see an auto play of the tutorial.
14th Mar '16 6:33:02 PM DelShiftB
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* {{Slapstick}}: Missing the beat on some scenes causes "you" to either bump against something, or get bumped by something.
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