Blog by Craig Treichel
September 26, 2009 Categories: Game Reviews and Video Games. Tags: DS, Elite Beat Agents, Game Reviews, Nintendo, and Video Games. No Comments on Epic Game Review: Elite Beat Agents

After my enjoyable experience with the Looney Tunes game I decided to try another Rhythm based game that I heard called Elite Beat  Agents. I was once again hesitant in getting this game, but I really enjoyed the last game I decided why not and I got it and enjoyed it. Unlike the Looney Tunes game instead to tap and drag you have to just tap, repeatably tap or spin according to the music you are playing. There isn’t much story except three agents, depending on which game you play, have to solve all kinds of dilemmas like a babysitter trying to keep her job and her football loving boyfriend or helping two movie starlets survive the wild or even helping a young girl with her Christmas wish… I will not spoil that one. The humor in this game is very top-notch and really makes this game work very well. Also, the game is never repetitive and it never gets boring no matter how many times you play it. My only concerns is that while they are enjoyable to play over and over they are considerable hard and even when you are on the first level of difficulty. Another reason is that, like in the Looney Tunes game, some of the songs just don’t along with the scenario. For example, “Sk8tor Boy” is being played to a guy driving a woman to a hospital to give birth to a baby… where is the connection to the song? Besides that, this game is very fun for anyone that loves rhythm based games and also a very challenging one as well.

I give this game a 9

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