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The best VR rhythm game compatible with HTC Vive and Oculus Touch! Music Inside!
What would it feel like to jump inside the music? To see and feel the heartbeat of the music and to play along with it! Dream big, because no matter what is in your head, it will come true.
Just choose your favorite song and play. You can choose any song from either your own music library or the never-ending list on SoundCloud. The 10 different pads and four colors of notes will guide you to Music Inside.
Everyone knows that ‘the best way to enjoy the best’ is to share with your besties. With multiplayer mode, you can play with your friends next door or with any users anywhere: literally anyone from the big gigantic world!
So you in or not?
Come inside, and play the music!
- Choose from 5 difficulty levels and 4 different game modes
- Add any MP3 file from your personal music library. Our algorithm accurately determines when to place the beats to give you a stimulating gameplay experience.
- Create a profile and track your high score for each song under each game mode.
- Multiplayer mode!
- Enjoy visuals that place you at center stage facing a live audience.
- Audio visualisations, fireworks, and special effects complement the beat of the music and your performance
- Customize your gameplay experience with custom drum sticks and fun themes.
- Steam achievements
Title: Music Inside: A VR Rhythm Game
Genre: Casual, Indie
Release Date: 5 Sep, 2016
Don't let the forgettable name and messy-looking screenshots fool you; Rhythm Inside is one surprisingly great, made-for-VR rhythm game. Despite owning Audioshield and Soundboxing, Music Inside is the one I've spent the most hours in and keep coming back to.
- Good beat detection. Some songs work better than others, but on the whole, it's miles better than vanilla Audioshield.
- Satisfying, addicting gameplay. The subtle haptics work well for every drum hit, and the grading system encourages you to go back and ace or S-rank every song you can.
- Scalable difficulty. In addition to 5 difficulty levels (affects how many notes appear), you can also change how many colors will be in play \u2014 up to 4 at once \u2014 requiring you to toggle between drumsticks with the trigger button. This game can be a relaxing, casual stroll, or it can be blazingly fast and murdurously difficult. It scales extremely well based on the settings, so it's up to you!
- Soundcloud support
- Local file support
- A leveling system. Nothing super important or in depth, but there's a small bit of progression in place for those who want it.<\/li><\/ul>
- No Youtube support. It's nice that it has Soundcloud support, but it also means you're going to be limited to a lot of mashups, covers, and remixes of songs, instead of originals which can always be found on Youtube.
- Visuals are pretty basic, though all of it pretty much fades once you're invested in a song anyway. Note: things aren't cluttered and hard to see at all in-game, despite looking messy in the screenshots. The spacial awareness that VR offers addresses that completely.
- Varying bugs: sometimes crashes after selecting a song, rarely songs will give a "corrupted" error requiring a restart, and adding songs to your "favorites" list only works if you star it from the main menu, not the post-song screen.
I bought Music Inside on sale for $1.49, which was an absolute steal considering the hours of enjoyment I've continued to get out of it. At full price, it's perhaps a little harder to recommend since it's competing with other rhythm games that are good in their own right, but worse case scenario, you can refund it if you don't like it, or wait for another sale! Either or, Music Inside is great fun, and I recommend people check it out and not gloss over this hidden gem.. This was the first music driven game I have played in VR and I really hope it won't be the last. VR opens up so many more possibilities for immersion and music. There are music driven games out there that can really pull you in, and VR has the capability of taking that and pushing it to the next level.
This game is okay. It's not the best, I wouldn't say it's next level material but I did get that hyped-up and happy feeling from playing a few of my favourite songs. Your surroundings are bright, colourful and it dances with your music. I found it fun to even stand and look around, let alone bust out some drum moves.
I won't lie to you, I held back a bit seeing as I was banging imaginary drums like a moron to no music in the family dining area. If I would have been alone I think I would of gone in on this a lot more enthusiastically and gotten my rave on. With that said though I still found this to be a very enjoyable game.
When I booted up the game I was a little concerned that I would have to download some music for it to go from or be forced to use some lame sample music that music driven games tend to provide. The fun in these games for me comes from being able to put my own music tastes into the game. I was pleasantly surprised to find that you can actually pick some music from the SoundCloud top 50 (so of course I had to get on that Despacito bandwagon).
The only thing I thought might make this game better was if hitting the drum actually did something. I mean, it does something, it determines your score and all. I just thought that it would feel a lot better if when you hit it, it actually made a sound.
If you loosely compare it to guitar hero, in guitar hero the music will play as long as you're playing it properly. Hitting the notes will continue to play the song and if you miss it you get that horrid noise that breaks the flow and makes you feel like the worst musician ever. Then when you actually hit the notes correctly you feel a lot more accomplished and it gets you more hyped up during the song.
That was my only fault on it, besides that I enjoyed it and would recommend it for someone that might just want a chill jam on the virtual reality drums.
TL;DR : Not the best music driven game ever, it might not take advantage of the new possibilities VR provides, but it's still an all around sound game to jam out on.
For more reviews of this genre, check out my curator page The Best: Music Driven Games \u266b<\/a> <\/blockquote>
Controller support:<\/b> Not included (VR only)
Local music files:<\/b> Included
Online streaming:<\/b> Included, SoundCloud browsing<\/blockquote>. +Somewhat fun beat game
-Drum simulator where beat is off a little
There are much better VR Rhythm games out there. This one is quite lackluster in many areas especially when compared to other VR titles of the same type. It's a bland Rockband Drummer simulator, the drums are not always Synced up with the music, the backgrounds are quite boring, the delivery method for hitting the drums isn't as good as it could be.
I think it would be 100% better if they'd make it a "real" drumset (Or something like Into the Rythm VR), Change up the delivery method, and allow the background\/scenery be more than just some techno-y place (maybe workshop support so people can make their own). For example a garage, auditorium, someplace you'd actually be playing drums in addition to the fantasy\/techno-y places.
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I picked up this game on sale for about $2 and while it is underdeveloped I do think it is worth grabbing, just not at full price. It's a somewhat original take on the VR rhythm game formula and it mostly plays pretty well.
The game can play pretty much every song in my music library and I can even play them with friends who don't own those songs themselves. However, if you play a song from your own music library in multiplayer will have to wait for them to download the file from you every time you want to play it even if they do own it and have their own copy.
The game does generate custom beat maps for your own music and there will be moments where can see the beats lining up to the music... But this seems secondary to the game throwing a diverse layout on the drums at you. You have to be playing a pretty high difficulty to feel the rhythm lining up, you can't always tell which instrument track is being used at any given time (and it varies) and different tracks definitely do not coordinate with different parts of the drum set.
You are only going to be playing multiplayer with friends. The game does not really have a community, let alone an active one. But that's not unusual for VR titles.
There are 5 difficulty levels that can be played in 3 modes: 1 colour, 2 colours & 4 colours. On single colour, we were able to jump to difficulty 4 immediately with no issues. 5 felt a little spastic but I can see it being plausible to get used to it with practice. On 2 colour mode, difficulty 3 was very challenging. 4 colour mode was just awkward even on the lowest difficulties. Part of the problem is you can't pick the colours for each mode and the defaults are a bit stupid (red, magenta, yellow and bright green). So if you are colour blind you are going to be stuck playing songs in single colour mode. This is somewhat true even if you aren't colourblind (but then it's just annoying, not a deal breaker).
There are some pretty poor visual design choices all around really. There is a whole bunch of visual noise assaulting you at all times, from diamonds buzzing around you like flies, an actual noise pattern constantly moving about on the floor and asteroids that will sometimes fly right through you even in the middle of a match. It looks alright initially but eventually, you wish you could turn it all off and stop being distracted by it.
In summary to be clear this is not an amazing product. Or even a good one. But if you can pick it up cheap it does do what it sets out to do somewhat decently. Just manage your expectations. It's not going to compete with audio shield, but it is something you can mix things up a bit with if you audio shield is getting stale.. Best rhythm game I have played in VR.
I was looking for a VR game I can play everyday under 30mins.
I think this is the one!
If you bought a Vive, this is the one of the "MUST HAVE" game.
Cons : need more improvement on graphics
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