History VideoGame / RhythmHeaven

19th Mar '17 2:48:37 AM ZombieAladdin
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** In ''Megamix'''s Super Samurai Slice 2, the Wandering Samurai leaps onto the Ninja Dog's hawk from ''Heaven''.
** One of the aliens at Alien Ground Control in ''Megamix'''s Second Contact is the extraterrestrial in the flying saucer from Spaceball in ''Tengoku''.



** In ''Megamix'', one of the things Dieter might say at the Café begins with, "I met a strange lady" who made him nervous, quoting the line word for word from Music/MenAtWork's "Down Under."



** Catchy Tune from ''Megamix'' bears similarities to Polyrhythm from ''Tengoku'', in that you need to control your left and right hands individually for both games.

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** Catchy Tune from ''Megamix'' bears similarities to Polyrhythm from ''Tengoku'', in that you need to control your left and right hands individually for both games. It's also similar to ''Tengoku'''s Bouncy Road, between the similarity in appearance of the kids and the player having to keep track of incoming bouncing objects at different speeds.
17th Mar '17 9:03:34 PM MarkyVigoroth
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* ShesAManInJapan: Mandrill is called "he" in the North American version. The same character is called Mandori''ko''[[note]]Japanese names that end in "ko" are usually feminine.[[/note]] and uses "atashi"[[note]]a feminine first-person pronoun[[/note]] in the Japanese version.
4th Mar '17 3:30:24 AM Gadjiltron
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* GoodBadBugs: In the ''Megamix'' version of Quiz, the Perfect counter breaks if you don't follow the host's rhythm closely enough. However, if you don't tap at all while going for the Perfect, you will lose the minigame... but still get that Perfect.
4th Mar '17 3:27:54 AM Gadjiltron
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* GoodBadBugs: In the ''Megamix'' version of Quiz, the Perfect counter breaks if you don't follow the host's rhythm closely enough. However, if you don't tap at all while going for the Perfect, you will lose the minigame... but still get that Perfect.
23rd Feb '17 5:39:18 AM SonicLover
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** A few minigames throughout the series mix things up not by changing the patterns of inputs needed, but by altering the pace of the music to attempt to throw off the player.

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** A few minigames throughout the series mix things up not by changing the patterns of inputs needed, but by altering the pace of the music to attempt to throw off the player. ''Tengoku'''s Sneaky Spirits and the ''Fever'' incarnation of Built to Scale are good examples.
23rd Feb '17 3:08:55 AM Gadjiltron
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* DifficultyByAcceleration: The challenge courses in ''Megamix'' often increase the tempo of the games, which usually makes them more difficult, though a few become a bit easier that way.

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The challenge courses in ''Megamix'' often increase the tempo of the games, which usually makes them more difficult, though a few become a bit easier that way.way.
** A few minigames throughout the series mix things up not by changing the patterns of inputs needed, but by altering the pace of the music to attempt to throw off the player.
16th Feb '17 1:53:54 PM NoUsername
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* SeriesMascot: The Chorus Kids were a game-specific mascot to ''Heaven'', though their popularity eventually resulted in SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Marshal becoming the mascot of ''Fever''. ''Megamix'' has Tibby, who also serves as the protagonist of the game's story mode. Some fans will say that Karate Joe is the mascot of the entire series (despite not appearing in marketing) as he has appeared in all four games.

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* SeriesMascot: Each game in the series has a unique mascot.
** In the first game it's the Drum Samurai, who appears at the beginning of the game, as well as the credits.
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The Chorus Kids were a game-specific mascot to blue frog from Frog Hop takes the Drum Samurai's role in ''Heaven'', though their popularity eventually resulted in SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Marshal becoming but the mascot of ''Fever''. real stars are the Chorus Kids from Glee Club.
** Marshal, Cam, and Miss Ribbon (who are {{Suspiciously Similar Substitute}}s to the Chorus Kids) run the Rhythm Test and the credits minigame, Night Walk, in ''Fever''.
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''Megamix'' has Tibby, who also serves as the protagonist of the game's story mode. mode.
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Some fans will say that Karate Joe is the mascot of the entire series (despite not appearing in marketing) as he has appeared in all four games.



** The vocals used in ''Tengoku'''s Karate Man stage is perfectly pronounced, though with some odd exaggerations in pitch. On the other hand, the lyrics themselves, while grammatically correct, is a total MindScrew.
--> "Hey, baby, how's it going? This beat is non-stop! Hey, baby, listen to my face. I can give you a sense of rhythm."

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** The vocals used in ''Tengoku'''s Karate Man stage is are perfectly pronounced, though with some odd exaggerations in pitch. On the other hand, the lyrics themselves, while grammatically correct, is are a total MindScrew.
--> "Hey, baby, how's it going? This beat is non-stop! Hey, baby, listen to my face.phrase. I can give you a sense of rhythm."
16th Feb '17 11:36:54 AM ZombieAladdin
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** Pajama Party takes from two previous, unrelated stages: Its gameplay is similar to that of Cheer Readers, whereas its music and character design is based on ''Heaven'''s Love Lab.
16th Feb '17 11:27:12 AM ZombieAladdin
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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: The song "I'm a Lady Now" from the Bee Remix in ''Megamix'' is in meaningful English even in the Japanese version. (The singer is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK4WUKTfzB4 fluent in English]], though not a native speaker.) This makes it the only song to remain intact for the English dub.

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** The vocals used in ''Tengoku'''s Karate Man stage is perfectly pronounced, though with some odd exaggerations in pitch. On the other hand, the lyrics themselves, while grammatically correct, is a total MindScrew.
--> "Hey, baby, how's it going? This beat is non-stop! Hey, baby, listen to my face. I can give you a sense of rhythm."
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The song "I'm a Lady Now" from the Bee Honeybee Remix in ''Megamix'' is in meaningful English even in the Japanese version. (The singer is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK4WUKTfzB4 fluent in English]], though not a native speaker.) This makes it the only song to remain intact for the English dub.
3rd Feb '17 1:00:01 AM ZombieAladdin
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* OnceAnEpisode: Karate Joe, the Samurai, and Widget Factory have playable appearances in each game -- though there's no new Built to Scale game in ''Megamix'', so the ''Fever'' version returns instead.

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* OnceAnEpisode: OnceAnEpisode:
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Karate Joe, the Samurai, and Widget Factory have playable appearances in each game -- though there's no new Built to Scale game in ''Megamix'', so the ''Fever'' version returns instead.instead.
** In every game in the series, the set containing either Remix 6 or Remix 7 will have one stage involving two or more pale-white men in single-color bodysuits doing some synchronized group activity: Cosmic Dance for ''Tengoku'', Space Soccer for ''Heaven'', Tap Troupe for ''Fever'', and Rhythm Rally 2 for ''Megamix''.
** Except for the first game, each game contains one sequel stage involving farmers: The Dazzles 2 for ''Heaven'', Double Date 2 for ''Fever'', and Second Contact for ''Megamix''.
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