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The Top 10 Rhythm Games for Pc; There are few things better than music, and there are even fewer things better than music and rhythm games. Music elicits the most emotional responses of any medium, and it does so in a matter of minutes.

Music is often much more immediate than games in terms of making us feel things.

Reflectively, creating videogames based on music requires a few important aspects – gameplay, of course, comes first, but you wouldn’t play a rhythm game if the soundtrack wasn’t up to grade.

Imagine if Guitar Hero replaced its legendary song repertoire with music you’d never heard of— it might not be worth playing. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of the best rhythm games available, ranging from 2D rogue-likes with a solid beat to lightsaber-wielding VR games, games that can teach you how to play your instrument or let you play using your own music library – and even a game where you just press one button on the beat in increasingly difficult scenarios.

A little disclaimer: Tetris Effect was considered for the list but, arguably, does not make rhythm its primary focus, hence it did not make the cut. In any case, you should play Tetris Effect. Seriously.

Here is what Gemu Cube Compiled:


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Beat Saber has taken VR by storm, helping to get the fledgling technology onto the heads and into the hands of many new gamers. Beat Saber is a simple concept: using two different colored lightsabers (yep, as in Star Wars), you slice blocks of the respective color in the direction the game instructs you to – making you feel like a Jedi in full flow (although you do tend to look a bit silly to everyone else in the room).


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Crypt of the Necrodancer is a top-down rogue-like featuring rhythm-based gameplay.

Every move in this dungeon crawl must be executed to the rhythm of the music, with various opponents responding to different beats. It takes some getting used to, but if you want to get extra points, you can play the entire game with a dancing pad.


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Lumines, Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s first entry on this list; was initially a PSP game that was remastered in 2018 and released on PC. Players must arrange forms of varied colored blocks that; when clustered together, will be eliminated when a “Time Line” passes across them. With this line set to the musical soundtrack. Rows cleared add new layers to the game’s beautiful music, which is a prize in and of itself.


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Thumper is a “rhythm violence” game. while that may make it sound a bit aggressive; that’s due to the soundtrack being full of percussion, loud bass drops, and almost terrifying sound effects.

We wouldn’t say it’s oppressive. though sending your little beetle protagonist hurtling around tracks; what feels like a million miles an hour is still great fun. Although playing it in VR is arguably a little more unsettling.

Whichever way you play. Thumper is the rhythm games version of a roller coaster. That you won’t want to get off of just be sure to play with headphones.


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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, released in 2007; has a lengthy memory, with a carefully picked soundtrack that includes bangers from Rage Against The Machine and Slipknot. All the way up to Kiss and ZZ Top. Every song in the game played jointly, with different tracks having rhythm guitar and bass.

While this entry represented a high point in terms of overall complexity. Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock still scales well to a wide spectrum of players; with milder difficulty levels and slower songs for newbies to get familiar with before going on to solo-heavy anthems.


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Have you ever played a rhythm game and thought to yourself; “Wow, this would be fantastic if I knew some of these songs?” If you answered yes, Audiosurf 2 could be precisely what you’re searching for.

the game shot down a track at breakneck speed; and tasked with collecting as many pickups as possible without hitting with any of the obstacles in your path. Just don’t get too comfortable — there are still hazards to avoid.


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This rhythm game, by far the most esoteric of all the rhythm games on our list.

Has players doling out medication to patients. tapping the spacebar on the seventh beat of every bar, despite a slew of graphical distractions.

This game, which bills itself as; “the toughest one-button beat game you’ll ever play”.

Plays with your expectations in creative and amusing ways, challenging you to put everything out of your mind in order to focus on the rhythm.

Your screen may glitch or lag when you heal people. Even better, your screen may go blank, forcing you to keep time in your brain. For this one, you might want to invest on a metronome.


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The confusingly named Rocksmith 2014 Remastered is a re-release of the original Rocksmith 2014. which is a sequel to the first Rocksmith title. Do you want to stay?

Aside from the awkward title. Rocksmith 2014 Remastered is a rare find: it’s both entertaining and instructional; allowing players to plug in their own instruments (guitar and bass) and learn to play a variety of tunes.

While Rocksmith lacks the pick-up-and-play convenience of typical rhythm games; it is difficult to find a music game with the same level of scalability.

After you’ve mastered the game’s content, you may choose from over a thousand fully-licensed music as DLC. Allowing the game to endure as long as your burnt fingertips.


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Do you remember the year 2001? No, not the movie, but the year? Rez debuted on the original PlayStation, with unusual (and frequently amazing). Wireframe graphics bringing an on-rails shooter/rhythm games mix to life.

Every move in Rez Infinite impacts the soundscape, and using a controller just adds to the impression of synaesthesia. this is all about breaking down the walls between the senses.

It’s insane that it even comes close to achieving such a high aim. Yes, it’s abstract and a little pompous, but it’s also achingly lovely from beginning to end. We’d also suggest it to fans of on-rails shooters like Star Fox.


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Is that the vocals from Smash Mouth’s All Star? Fuser is a DJ simulator. That allows you to build the ideal party mix — or the most diabolical mashups you can dream of. All the tracks are automatically beat-matched. And in the right key. All that remains is to select the ideal moment to drop in the Party Rock Anthem chorus. As if it wasn’t happening at all times of the day.

Fuser, unlike Harmonix’s earlier rhythm games, requires no physical devices to play. Simply drag and drop the records into your virtual CDJ. These Drops must be timed to the rhythm for a seamless transition. That will keep the audience dancing. We experimented with the virtual cards ourselves.


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