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Rhythm Race Review-Gamers Heroes

Players can feel the rhythm of the night with BlueFront’s new title Rhythm Race. A racing game where you don’t hold the steering wheel, does its music-based antique help it cross the finish line?

Rhythm race review

Although this title may look like a traditional racer (although it has the stylish dayglo 80’s neon aesthetic), the control of the rhythm race is a bit unusual. The player controls the aura, not the steering and acceleration of the ride. Once mapped to the QWERT key, players can choose from purple, blue, green, white and yellow colors to suit their race.

The secret to victory is to make sure your aura matches the same color as the next bar of light on the track. Matching them allows you to increase multiplayer and move faster. However, if you misunderstand, you will lose or slow down how much of the multiplier you save. There are also circles on the ground where both the aura and the spacebar need to match in order to register.

Sounds easy. That is … to some extent.

By limiting the amount of interaction the player has to colors, the five keys sound simple enough, but understanding which color corresponds to which button is a disaster recipe. Even with normal difficulty settings, we were groping at every stage of the road. It is different from the two-color scheme of Ikaruga and the three-color scheme of Power Lumi. It’s just too much to track at any time. It also does not help your car’s aura to be aggressively small. Even in full screen, I often couldn’t understand it in other cars.

Projecting the wrong aura to insult an injury creates an unpleasant dissonance. When it’s unpleasant to play the game, you just know that you have something less than a star. The space bar section isn’t very good and feels clumsy and counterintuitive. Simply put, it shouldn’t have been included in the first place.

A list of short songs with strange names such as “Husky Frog”, “Rhythmic Clap”, and “Calm Owl” is as interesting as you would expect from such a name. The synth beat is decent enough, but it doesn’t leave a lasting impression and is much shorter than an established artist like Com Truise.

Other than that, there isn’t much in this package. The result is MIA, and there is little incentive to truly master this package other than aiming for the maximum amount of hit notes and streaks.

Rhythm Race tries to combine the genres of racing and rhythm, but in the end it gets confusing. The controls are very cumbersome, are being developed for their own benefit, and the whole package feels broken at a basic level.

This review of Rhythm Race was done on PC. The game was purchased digitally.

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