It’s the distant future and aliens are terrorizing humans by forcing them to dance through mind control. It’s your job as a reporter to cover the incident while saving everyone you can in a battle for humanity and ratings!
It’s Tap’n Slap’n Pop’n Music… for your feet!
Not content with simply making rhythm games that attempt to mimic real instruments using simplified and abstracted controllers, Konami decided to just straight out use real instruments for some of their games.
It’s time for a look at another quirky product of the late 90s rhythm game craze!
During the rhythm gaming boom in the early 2000s, it seemed like every video game company was coming up with their own music related game. Many games would try to brand themselves as “simulations” of real instruments but few actually tried to go beyond instrument-like controls, Sega’s Crackin’ DJ breaks that mold.