History VideoGame / RhythmHeaven

4th Dec '16 6:16:04 AM DrNoPuma
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* SweetSeal: ''Fever'' has a game called "Flipper Flop", where four baby harp seals dance by rolling around.
28th Nov '16 7:43:34 AM PeDaRoYs
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** In PAL regions ''Heaven'' is named "Rhythm Paradise", and ''Fever'' is "Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise". Likewise, in Korea, they're ''Rhythm World'' and ''[[SuperTitle64Advance Rhythm World Wii]]''.

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** In PAL regions ''Heaven'' is named "Rhythm Paradise", Paradise"[[note]]except in Australia, which is the same name as in North America[[/note]], and ''Fever'' is "Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise". Likewise, in Korea, they're ''Rhythm World'' and ''[[SuperTitle64Advance Rhythm World Wii]]''.
23rd Nov '16 11:45:44 PM toothy7564
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** A [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qku56RFWN6c custom remix] reveals that Tangotronic 3000 from ''Megamix'' can be completely interchanged with Frog Hop from ''DS'', save for the keep-the-beat mechanic.

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** A [https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qku56RFWN6c custom remix] remix]] reveals that Tangotronic 3000 from ''Megamix'' can be completely interchanged with Frog Hop from ''DS'', save for the keep-the-beat mechanic.
23rd Nov '16 11:44:54 PM toothy7564
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** A [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qku56RFWN6c custom remix] reveals that Tangotronic 3000 from ''Megamix'' can be completely interchanged with Frog Hop from ''DS'', save for the keep-the-beat mechanic.
20th Nov '16 3:32:14 AM SeptimusHeap
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* DualWielding: [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Dog Ninja]] in ''Heaven'' uses two ninjato.

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* DualWielding: [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Dog Ninja]] Ninja in ''Heaven'' uses two ninjato.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Ninja Bodyguard in ''Tengoku'' and Dog Ninja in ''Heaven''. The latter is actually {{deconstructed|Trope}} in the reading material -- he chose the path of ninjitsu without realizing that there's not much work for ninjas these days. Instead, he [[MundaneMadeAwesome chops up veggies and other miscellaneous objects]] to raise money for shurikens.
26th Oct '16 1:06:07 PM homogenized
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** This trope hits ''Megamix'' hard. For starters, it's comprised mostly of {{Nostalgia Level}}s, all but eliminating the learning curve for series veterans. Second, almost the entire first part of the game is comprised of explicitly easier versions of these games. Finally, certain games have themselves received tune-ups in places (most noticeable in Rat Race, which has light signals where there were none in its original incarnation).
*** That said, Megamix compensates in a number of ways to accomodate fans of the more difficult earlier games. For starters, some remixes will make revisions to older songs to push them more in line with some of their harder incarnations (in the final remix, Marching Orders features its sequel's midstep facing movements, even though the sequel doesn't appear in ''Megamix'' at all), and the game's Challenge Train gets to be several magnitudes more difficult than even ''Tengoku'' at its fiercest.

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** This trope hits ''Megamix'' hard. For starters, it's comprised mostly of {{Nostalgia Level}}s, all but eliminating the learning curve for series veterans. Second, almost the entire first part of the game is comprised of explicitly easier versions of these games. Finally, certain games have themselves received tune-ups in places (most noticeable in Rat Race, which has light signals where there were none in its original incarnation).
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incarnation). That said, Megamix compensates in a number of ways to accomodate fans of the more difficult earlier games. For starters, some remixes will make revisions to older songs to push them more in line with some of their harder incarnations (in the final remix, Marching Orders features its sequel's midstep facing movements, even though the sequel doesn't appear in ''Megamix'' at all), and the game's Challenge Train gets to be several magnitudes more difficult than even ''Tengoku'' at its fiercest.
15th Oct '16 11:12:16 AM GearWax
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** Halfway through Freeze Frame in ''Heaven'' a few characters from ''Tengoku'' appear watching the race. They are the Rap Men, The Clappy Trio, the Space Dancers, and the monkeys from Tap Dance. A rat from Rat Race and a Sneaky Spirit also sometimes show up in the photos.

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** Halfway through Freeze Frame in ''Heaven'' a few characters from ''Tengoku'' appear watching the race. They are the Rap Men, The Clappy Trio, the Space Dancers, and the monkeys from Tap Dance. A rat from Rat Race and Race, a Sneaky Spirit Spirit, and the ninja from Ninja Bodyguard also sometimes show up in the photos. Additionally, in Remix 3, the white penguin from Showtime can be seen in the photos.
7th Oct '16 7:55:05 PM TurtleTropes
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*HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: The back-up dancers from Frog Hop are an interesting case. In the first variant, they wear green-colored pants. But in the sequel, they wear sleeveless vests without any pants. The lead dancer and singer wear the same kind of pants in the first game, but they are both fully-dressed in the sequel.


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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.
27th Sep '16 4:17:36 PM Hashil
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*** That said, Megamix compensates in a number of ways to accomodate fans of the more difficult earlier games. For starters, some remixes will make revisions to older songs to push them more in line with some of their harder incarnations (in the final remix, Marching Orders features its sequel's midstep facing movements, even though the sequel doesn't appear in ''Megamix'' at all), and the game's Challenge Train gets to be several magnitudes more difficult than even ''Tengoku'' at its fiercest.
24th Sep '16 10:38:22 AM pgj1997
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** In ''Megamix'', holding L and R while selecting a song from the museum accesses a drumming mode, where you can drum along to the song you picked using the buttons.



* FunnyBackgroundEvent:
** Odds are you won't notice them due to focusing on what you're hearing, but quite a few minigames in ''Fever'' have things going on in the background, and some of them can be amusing. In Double Date, every time a football is kicked up on-time, you can see it fall in the background and get caught. This continues into Double Date 2, where barnyard animals will catch the football in the air.
** Not to mention, in both versions of Working Dough, the Game and Watch guy leaves, and he can actually be seen in one of the...balls(?) that the player bounces. He then commandeers a HumongousMecha in the background.

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent:
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FunnyBackgroundEvent: Odds are you won't notice them due to focusing on what you're hearing, but quite a few minigames minigames, especially in ''Fever'' ''Fever'', have things going on in the background, and some of them can be amusing. amusing.
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In Double Date, Date from ''Fever'', every time a football is kicked up on-time, you can see it fall in the background and get caught. This continues into Double Date 2, where barnyard animals will catch the football in the air.
** Not to mention, in In both versions of Working Dough, the Game and Watch guy leaves, and he can actually be seen in one of the...balls(?) the balls that the player bounces. He then commandeers a HumongousMecha in the background.



** Also in ''Tengoku'', near the end of Power Calligraphy, some dancers will appear on the sides of the screen.
** During the Karate Man portions in ''Fever'''s Remix 9, a cat can be seen just behind Karate Joe. It can even be seen eating a fish a few times.

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** Also in In ''Tengoku'', near the end of Power Calligraphy, some dancers will appear on the sides of the screen.
** During the Karate Man portions in of ''Fever'''s Remix 9, a cat can be seen just behind Karate Joe. It can even be seen eating a fish a few times.times.
** Near the end of [=LumBEARjack=] in ''Megamix'', some more cats will appear, and start to dance.
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