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Muse Dash — Game Review

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So Muse Dash… but first off – It’s been a while since I posted something here. Honestly, things got really busy around my last post and this is the only day that I could get a breather or at least a good day to finally compose a blog post.

So, Rhythm games — I’m a sucker for those kinds of genres since I love music and how gameplay differs based on the difficulty you’ve chosen, I can casually play just by choosing Easy and Medium mode and go hardcore when choosing Master mode. I shared my comments about a not-so-obscure rhythm game before and I might create another blog post about it again since it released 3-5 DLCs since 2020 entered, but wait that’s not the reason I’m making this post!

Alright, Muse Dash, I heard this game already and it’s a popular rhythm game that was released on Android/iOS, PC, and Nintendo Switch last year. I got it around Summer Sale on Steam so it was great timing to finally got that game while I’m suffering from lockdown depression and playing Monster Hunter Iceborne or Project Diva Arcade on the PlayStation. Muse Dash is created by PeroPeroGames and published by X.D. Network Inc.,

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DJMax Respect — Game Review

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DJMax Respect is the newest and probably the last addition to the DJMax series, released on July 2017 and published by Neowiz – formerly known as Pentavision. The base game contains 146 tracks with old songs from Portable and Portable 2 and new ones for Respect; with plans of adding more DLC songs in the future.

Even if it’s a new game, the classic gameplay modes are still present such as Arcade mode with the online ranking system for each song. Freestyle mode, same as before with 2P option. Mission mode to unlock images, notes, skins, and avatars for your profile. And lastly, Online mode where you compete with other players.

The gameplay didn’t change but some of the items got downgraded like bonus stats removed from skins, notes, and photos. They’re now purely for visual.

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