History YMMV / RhythmHeaven

23rd Mar '17 3:00:16 PM FalconPain
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* HilariousInHindsight: The pose that the ''Fever'' Board Meeting pigs strike before they begin spinning in their chairs strongly resembles dabbing.
17th Mar '17 8:54:50 PM MarkyVigoroth
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* UnfortunateCharacterDesign: In the Japanese version of ''Megamix'', Trey has big, pink lips as opposed to a simple line-smile and a pink nose. Considering that his skin...er, WOOD color is brown, it's justified why Nintendo of America removed his lips.

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* UnfortunateCharacterDesign: In the Japanese version of ''Megamix'', Trey has big, pink lips as opposed to a simple line-smile and a pink nose. Considering that his skin...er, WOOD color is brown, brown and that his hair is cut...er, LEAVES are TRIMMED roughly into a shape of an afro, it's justified why Nintendo of America removed his lips.
9th Mar '17 5:03:38 PM Kidsy128
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'''''[[GameOver Try Again]]'''''

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'''''[[GameOver But still...It's just OK. It would have been a [[GameOver Try Again]]'''''Again]] if you had put red links anywhere.
7th Mar '17 6:11:44 AM Gadjiltron
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** Various minigames, especially in earlier entries of the series, require you to have a flawless run to even get a medal. Make a single slip-up, especially at a crucial point in the stage? OK at best.
25th Feb '17 5:41:11 PM WaxingName
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* AntiClimaxBoss: The final remix in ''Tengoku''. It goes at a moderate, easy rhythm, and none of the cues are particularly hard to miss. The remix also primarily consists of Rhythm Tweezers ([[FanTranslation Vegeta-pull]]) in contrast to the remix featuring all the songs (which is oddly a DiscOneFinalBoss instead of the final remix).

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* AntiClimaxBoss: The final remix in ''Tengoku''. It goes at a moderate, easy rhythm, and none of the cues are particularly hard to miss. The remix also primarily consists of Rhythm Tweezers ([[FanTranslation Vegeta-pull]]) in contrast to the remix featuring all the songs games (which is oddly a DiscOneFinalBoss instead of the final remix).
25th Feb '17 5:40:46 PM WaxingName
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* AntiClimaxBoss: The final remix in ''Tengoku''. It goes at a moderate, easy rhythm, and none of the cues are particularly hard to miss. The remix also primarily consists of Rhythm Tweezers ([[FanTranslation Vegeta-pull]]) in contrast to the FinalExamBoss (which is oddly a DiscOneFinalBoss instead of the final remix).

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* AntiClimaxBoss: The final remix in ''Tengoku''. It goes at a moderate, easy rhythm, and none of the cues are particularly hard to miss. The remix also primarily consists of Rhythm Tweezers ([[FanTranslation Vegeta-pull]]) in contrast to the FinalExamBoss remix featuring all the songs (which is oddly a DiscOneFinalBoss instead of the final remix).
24th Feb '17 11:54:08 PM Sammettik
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** Buying the Extra Games ''Megamix''. You buy them using Flow Balls, which you gain by either clearing a Perfect chance, or clearing one of the challenges. You only get one Flow Ball when you clear a Perfect campaign, and it occurs only for each game once. Challenges can offer up to 3 Flow Balls depending on the difficulty, the catch being that Flow Balls are only awarded once, when you complete each Challenge for the first time. In addition, unless you play Mutliplayer, each challenge costs coins every time you attempt one. Counting all the perfects and challenges means there's only 184 Flow Balls you can obtain, with the combined total cost of all the extra games being 144 Flow Balls.

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** Buying the Extra Games in ''Megamix''. You buy them using Flow Balls, which you gain by either clearing a Perfect chance, or clearing one of the challenges. You only get one Flow Ball when you clear a Perfect campaign, and it occurs only for each game once. Challenges can offer up to 3 Flow Balls depending on the difficulty, the catch being that Flow Balls are only awarded once, when you complete each Challenge for the first time. In addition, unless you play Mutliplayer, each challenge costs coins every time you attempt one. Counting all the perfects and challenges means there's only 184 Flow Balls you can obtain, with the combined total cost of all the extra games being 144 Flow Balls.
24th Feb '17 8:01:06 PM Sammettik
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* HellIsThatNoise:
** Screwing up while going for a Perfect. Not only because it means that you've burned one of your three chances for a Perfect, but also because it's ''loud''. Thankfully, it's quieter in the Wii version, but it can still be jarring. The sound returns in ''Megamix'' in Challenges invoking the Lives rule, where you can hear it up to three times per game.
** Failing the Monster Challenges in ''Megamix'' resulting in a huge roar from the monster as it eats the screen.
10th Feb '17 8:03:49 PM Gadjiltron
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*** Fillbots is disliked due to its repetitive nature, nasty offbeat patterns, ad strict Superb requirements, despite only being the third game overall. Fillbots 2 is worse, due to adding in smaller robots, having a lot of BlackoutBasement sections, and being [[MarathonLevel unnecessary long]], though it fortunately didn't make it into ''Megamix'' unlike the original.

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*** Fillbots is disliked due to its repetitive nature, nasty offbeat patterns, ad strict Superb requirements, despite only being the third game overall. Fillbots 2 is worse, due to adding in smaller robots, having a lot of BlackoutBasement sections, screwing around with the player's rhythm by switching to offbeats, and being [[MarathonLevel unnecessary long]], though it fortunately didn't make it into ''Megamix'' unlike the original.
24th Jan '17 7:10:25 PM Monolaf317
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* TearJerker:
** The song for ''Fever'' Remix 8, "I Love You, My One and Only", is about unrequited love... or [[FridgeHorror depending on your interpretation]], a relationship gone wrong:
---> Won't ever give you up, won't ever let go \\
Even when you hurt me, I still love you so \\
I'll let you take the lead, follow where you go \\
Hear my plea, oh won't you baby
** Blue Bear from ''Megamix'', which follows a teddy bear who is binge-eating to forget his recent breakup. [[spoiler:Thankfully, it turns out to just be a dream.]] The story continues in the Left-Hand Remix. It starts off with Bearbert expressing regrets about his overeating to his girlfriend, saying that he spent all his allowance and needs to go on a diet, before starting to binge-eat again. The end of the remix [[spoiler: reveals that it is Bearbara who is having the nightmare this time, while her seemingly unconcerned boyfriend is stuffing his face with donuts.]]
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