Games Review: Rhythm Paradise

DS, Nintendo, £29.99
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Next time you sit next to someone on the bus who is playing their DS with a look of concentration and tapping their stylus on to the screen like a woodpecker, it’s likely that they’re playing Rhythm Paradise. Hugely popular in Japan, this rhythmbased bundle of fun sees players bashing, sliding and flipping out tunes, while making characters perform different, Wariostyle tasks. Funny, quirky and fresh, Rhythm Paradise takes up where games such as Elite Beat Agents left off, and will be big with commuters and children alike.