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Magical Beat 


There are different things that go well together. Like peanut butter and jelly. Or peanut butter and chocolate. Even peanut butter and miracle whip mayonnaise. Wow everything that comes to my mind involves peanut butter. My hubby likes peanut butter on bananas too. I like peanut butter with Ritz crackers. I am now chasing rabbits through the field.

Is there a point, and will I ever bring it around to Magical Beat? I hope so. Magical Beat takes puzzle action, and merges in rhythm game play. It sounds really confusing, and even after playing Magical Beat for hours I am still not always sure how it all works together.

You want to drop the right colored blocks down the right rows. You also have to do the drop at the right time. There is bar to the right of where the blocks drop. You want to hit the button to drop as that gauge is near the middle. I know some of you out there are groaning. I know why too.

It can be difficult to pay attention to that bouncing line in Magical Beat. Normally puzzle game players want to drop in the right places as quickly as possible. Waiting for the gauge to be at the right place to get a good drop can be annoying.

An interesting thing about Magical Beat is the blocks do not always drop the way they are set up. In fact they seem to like to heat seek to the closest block of the same color. Not that I am complaining. It is just at times I had no clue when this was going to happen. Or for how long.

Magical Beat gets one thing done really well - the music. Families will be jamming to the music in Magical Beat. It is a catchy tune that can and will get stuck in your brain. Magical Beat is a download only video game. Apologies to the millions in the physical copy movement.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PS Vita
Publisher: Arc System Works
Developer: Arc System Works
Rating: ‘E' - for Everyone
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