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Beat the Beat game - now available on the Wii!

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Published on Jun 29, 2012

Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise returns for the first time on home consoles, launching in Europe on 6th July. Get ready to gather your friends & family round the TV to experience a colourful world of quirky rhythm fun!

Featuring 50 brand new rhythm games and the eccentric characters and funny situations that Rhythm Paradise fans have come to know and love. From playing golf with mandrill to controlling a flowerpot-punching karate man, everything has to be done in time to the beat to win. Try not to let the craziness occurring on screen distract you from the music because it is keeping the rhythm that counts. If you do stop to look at what's going on then you won't be disappointed, as each of the 50 rhythm games has their own short story featuring the classic Rhythm Paradise humour In a European exclusive, fans will also be able to switch between the Japanese and English soundtracks covering many musical styles.

"Beat The Beat game is brilliant. And it's arrived at just the right time: in this relatively quiet pre-Wii U period, none of you have any excuse not to go out and grab it. We need more games like this. It's bursting with imagination, smiles and - like Brain Training - an admirable mission to improve its players. It must not be missed. Just be warned: it will send you as batty as its designer." - CVG 8.9/10

"Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise is yet another hit from the Nintendo factory, mixing in elements from the original Japan-only release, Rhythm Tengoku on GBA, and continuing in the fine form set by the Nintendo DS version. The perfect game for the warmth summer months; prepare for the rhythm heat wave!" - Cubed3.com 8/10

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