Baxter and Forthington (Both from Air Rally) must've been friends with Dora and Boots.Well, you'll never thought of these designs reminded you of the ones from Dora The Explorer.
The minigames from Heaven will come to the 3DS sequel.Think of it, the games from Tengoku appeared in Fever. So let's hope for it.
- Confirmed! Minigames from Heaven along with those from Tengoku and Fever will be in the 3DS version, Megamix; around 70 from all three games, to be exact.
The localized name of The Best+ will be Best of Rhythm Heaven
- Jossed, it'll be called Rhythm Heaven Megamix.
The Night Walk game in Tengoku is the stairway to heaven.The white stickfigure you control is the guy climbing the staircase. If he makes it through everything, he goes to heaven, but if he doesn't, he falls off and lands in hell.
All of the Remixes are set in Rhythm Heaven (the place).The Remixes are parties, and you need to demonstrate good rhythm to get an invitation. (And naturally, you're expecting to show up dressed for the party's theme.)
- Confirmed, Jossed, and Plausible all at once; in Megamix, after clearing the seven towers, Tibby brings you to Heaven World (which may or may not be the same as the place called Rhythm Heaven), albeit to help fix the problems that are going on there.
Ann Glerr is non-binary.Feminine-sounding name aside, Ann Glerr has an androgynous appearance, and is never referred to with any direct pronouns. In fact, the reading material specifically uses the title "Master Fisherperson" rather than gendered terms like "Fisherman" or "Fisherwoman". Adding all of this up, it's possible Ann is neither female nor male.
What the new mini-games' titles will be changed to?Speculate what those new mini-game will be translated into here!
- Sumo Brothers: Sumo Opera
- Jossed, it is still Sumo Brothers.
- Heartbroken Bear: Binge-eating Bear
- Jossed; Blue Bear.
- Pajamas: Pillow Party
- Close, but jossed; it's Pajama Party.
- Karate Man's Father: Karate Dad
- Jossed; Karate Man Senior.
- And maybe the monkeys from Pajamas are test subject chimps from the Love Lab. Yes, we don't see any monkeys there, but it IS a lab...
Karate Joe is colorblind.Exhibit A: In Megamix, the LED Light Bulbs rhythm item tells us that Karate Joe is most impressed by his father's "vision", citing in particular his ability to immediately distinguish between the blue and yellow lightbulbs in his minigame. However, in order to play said minigame, this ability is also expected of the player, so for most people, it isn't that impressive coming from someone who's been practicing. Exhibit B: Karate Joe Jr. is always drawn as Deliberately Monochrome, whereas Karate Joe Sr. is drawn in full color. This could reflect on how the two martial artists see themselves. Karate Joe Sr. is drawn in full color because he has no problem seeing color. But not only can Junior not immediately distinguish blue from yellow, but he can't distinguish the color of his skin from the color of his uniform either. And although the inability to distinguish blue from yellow isn't common (blue is usually mixed with green, and yellow with red), it isn't unheard of either. Exhibit C: The Training from Hell. It becomes apparent from all of the Karate Man minigames' rhythm items that Junior's training is strict, not even being allowed to move out of his father's house until he masters karate. At first this could be seen as his father simply having a great desire to pass his techniques down to the next generation, but there could be more reason than that: It could be that Karate Joe Sr. wants to help his son overcome his color blindness, hence the use of colored lightbulbs for his training. And, misguided as it may be, it's actually working. Unlike red-green color blindness, blue-yellow color blindness isn't always inherited, and can sometimes be acquired during one's lifetime. In such cases, it's actually possible to reverse it. Thus, through his training, Karate Joe is slowly but surely overcoming his disability. Up until Fever, all of the lightbulbs in his minigames were white. But in Megamix, blue and yellow lightbulbs appear in Karate Man Kicks! and Karate Man Combos!, which are remakes of the Karate Man minigames from Heaven and Fever respectively. With just a little more training, he'll be able to flawlessly distinguish between the two colored lightbulbs, just like his old man.
Rhythm Heaven and WarioWare are actually set in the same universe.They've crossed over before, and both games have the same developers, so why not?
- Forthington (the Air Rally cat) is Spitz's dad. They're both yellow cats who spend a lot of time in vehicles, and both have a canine companion.
- Munchy Monk is Young Cricket's dad. Both "train" by eating dumplings, and in Megamix, not only does Master Mantis take over for Munchy Monk in a "Rhythmware" course, but the original Munchy Monk has a baby on his back at one point, and his growing mustache indicates him getting older. (Which brings up the question of who his wife must be...)
- Eglantine and Ashley both study the same kind of magic, which explains why they both frequently whiplash from cute to scary.
The Wandering Samurai is also fighting against Aku.The demons that this warrior fights in all 3 games, all seem to want nothing more than to terrorize wherever they invade. and both Jack and the Samurai destroy every last thing that gets in the line of fire. Although the Wandering Samurai seems to get the less dangerous type of scenarios, if Aku is sending his minions out to steal toy pinwheels and plush rabbits.
There will be DLC for Megamix.This DLC will take the form of more stages, both from past games (I'm also predicting "DJ School" will be come up somewhere) and new original stages, and possibly even harder versions of existing stages too. They'll be placed in the Museum.
Megamix will be the very last game in the entire Rhythm Heaven series.Think about it; most of the games from Tengoku, Heaven and Fever returned in glorious HD, and even a medley of all four games' title screens played in Final Remix. Still, it would qualify for an awesome finale for an underrated series.