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Would anyone be able to recommend rhythm games for Vita. Am currently playing through Persona 4 Dancing All night ( my first rhythm game ) and quite enjoying it.

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I recommend the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series. If you're okay with importing from Japan, try IA/VT -Colorful- (it's fairly friendly for non-japanese speakers). Or if you want something that plays kinda similar to P4:DAN but is considerably harder, try out Superbeat: XONiC

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A large portion of rhythm games on the Vita are Japan only since the genre is alive and kicking over there, so you may have to dabble in some imports if you really want to.  But some I can think of off the top of my head...

  • Hatsune Miku Project Diva F/F 2nd/X
  • IA/VT
  • Utakumi 575 (BUT do be warned half of the gameplay revolves around choosing the correct lyrics as well... plenty of guides for helping, know plenty of non-speakers who have imported and subsequently platted this game)
  • Bakumatsu Rock Ultra Soul
  • [email protected] Must Songs Red/Blue Version (two games, only one platinum)
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version
  • Miracle Girls Festival (exact same gameplay style as Miku - same developers)
  • Dekamori Senran Kagura (Senran Kagura Bon Appetit in the west)
  • Superbeat Xonic
  • DJMAX Technika Tune

All must be imported besides Senran Kagura, and the Mikus.  Hope this helps :)

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A large portion of rhythm games on the Vita are Japan only since the genre is alive and kicking over there, so you may have to dabble in some imports if you really want to.  But some I can think of off the top of my head...

  • Hatsune Miku Project Diva F/F 2nd/X
  • IA/VT
  • Utakumi 575 (BUT do be warned half of the gameplay revolves around choosing the correct lyrics as well... plenty of guides for helping, know plenty of non-speakers who have imported and subsequently platted this game)
  • Bakumatsu Rock Ultra Soul
  • [email protected] Must Songs Red/Blue Version (two games, only one platinum)
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version
  • Miracle Girls Festival (exact same gameplay style as Miku - same developers)
  • Dekamori Senran Kagura (Senran Kagura Bon Appetit in the west)
  • Superbeat Xonic
  • DJMAX Technika Tune

All must be imported besides Senran Kagura, and the Mikus.  Hope this helps :)

 

Xonic and Technica Tune have western releases too :P

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Senran Kagura is not worth playing as a rhythm game. Large majority of it bored me to tears. Don't get sucked in by the boobs.

Rest of that list is fairly solid. The Miku games are probably the friendliest plats if you're sticking to English stuff, and IA/VT plays the same without the annoying Diva room shenanigans if you feel like importing.

DJ Max isn't too bad for difficulty, but it's a very long plat. Xonic is made by (basically) the same developer, but it's exponentially more difficult and plays sort of similar to P4DAN (IMO Xonic works much better though, P4DAN felt clunky in comparision).

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Kickbeat is another good one. It was part of the IGC a few months back so you might already have it.

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A large portion of rhythm games on the Vita are Japan only since the genre is alive and kicking over there, so you may have to dabble in some imports if you really want to.  But some I can think of off the top of my head...

  • Hatsune Miku Project Diva F/F 2nd/X
  • IA/VT
  • Utakumi 575 (BUT do be warned half of the gameplay revolves around choosing the correct lyrics as well... plenty of guides for helping, know plenty of non-speakers who have imported and subsequently platted this game)
  • Bakumatsu Rock Ultra Soul
  • [email protected] Must Songs Red/Blue Version (two games, only one platinum)
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version
  • Miracle Girls Festival (exact same gameplay style as Miku - same developers)
  • Dekamori Senran Kagura (Senran Kagura Bon Appetit in the west)
  • Superbeat Xonic
  • DJMAX Technika Tune

All must be imported besides Senran Kagura, and the Mikus.  Hope this helps :)

You forgot RabuRaibu :P

 

@OP: Just remember, if you are entering the world of rhythm games, P4DAN is the bottom line in terms of difficulty =D

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Great question, CJ. I've been wondering myself. Thanks for the suggestions everyone.

 

How are the music in these? I'm thinking I'd enjoy something with Lumines type music.

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You forgot RabuRaibu :P

 

@OP: Just remember, if you are entering the world of rhythm games, P4DAN is the bottom line in terms of difficulty =D

Yeaaaaaaaah but like it's such a simple non-challenging rhythm game.  lol, jk, totally blanked on those ones.

 

Xonic and Technica Tune have western releases too :P

Oh my bad!  I had no clue.  Sorry :D

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I still can't believe there is no Love Live Rythme Game for the PSVita. Well at least their is the mobile game. I love it so very much.
 
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I still can't believe there is no Love Live Rythme Game for the PSVita. Well at least their is the mobile game. I love it so very much.

Why did I even mention it 2 posts above? =D

 

You forgot RabuRaibu :P

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If PSP games count then I could recommend DJ MAX Portable 3. I am 3 month late with this topic lol. . .

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Patapon is an excellent game on the psp not sure if its on ps vita, though it should be. Game is pretty addicting

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Just found out you can get it for the vita

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I still can't believe there is no Love Live Rythme Game for the PSVita. Well at least their is the mobile game. I love it so very much.

 

My current status and main idol:

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My current strongest team which the Pure Team:

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Wish they would port it over to the vita.

 

It would be an instant hit.

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Wish they would port it over to the vita.

 

It would be an instant hit.

I'm not sure Vita screen would be suitable for such tapping xD

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You forgot RabuRaibu :P

 

@OP: Just remember, if you are entering the world of rhythm games, P4DAN is the bottom line in terms of difficulty =D

 

I know this comment is old, but:

P4DAN is even easier than the LL-games gameplay-wise? oO

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Wish they would port it over to the vita.

 

It would be an instant hit.

After I posted that comment, I found they did make a game similar to it: Love Live School Idol Paradise (though I still prefer Love Live School Idol Festival)

 

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You forgot RabuRaibu :P

 

@OP: Just remember, if you are entering the world of rhythm games, P4DAN is the bottom line in terms of difficulty =D

 

I know this comment is old, but:

P4DAN is even easier than the LL-games gameplay-wise? oO

 

I'd say Utakumi 575 is easier than P4DAN (if you can understand Japanese or memorize the correct kana.)

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I know this comment is old, but:

P4DAN is even easier than the LL-games gameplay-wise? oO

I was only considering localized games =D

LL games are obviously easier. Though... you may actually have more FCs in P4DAN than in the LL xD

 

After I posted that comment, I found they did make a game similar to it: Love Live School Idol Paradise (though I still prefer Love Live School Idol Festival)

 

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I was only considering localized games =D

LL games are obviously easier. Though... you may actually have more FCs in P4DAN than in the LL xD

With that restriction applied I guess this is true. I mean there's only the DJMax-series, P4DAN, Senran and Miku so there's no real choice between.

But what is FC? Full combo? Fan content?

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With that restriction applied I guess this is true. I mean there's only the DJMax-series, P4DAN, Senran and Miku so there's no real choice between.

But what is FC? Full combo? Fan content?

Yea, Full Combo. 

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Will we ever see Rock Band Unplugged or something equal to it on the vita ever?

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Will we ever see Rock Band Unplugged or something equal to it on the vita ever?

That would require a Western developer/publisher to acknowledge the Vita exists so no. Only Western rhythm game I can think of is the Michael Jackson one which was surprisingly decent on Vita short of the way too limited track list.

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