Keep the beat in rhythm-based Muse Dash – Music game fans on PC and Switch take note

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You’re receiving this because, well, I think you might like Muse Dash… Music game fans Switch and uhhh, I’m here to succinctly tell you why it’s worth your time!

Muse Dash, Music game fans, Switch

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First question: Are you a fan of music games?

If so, great! Because Muse Dash is just that.

Check out the Nintendo Switch announcement trailer here!

The music games genre is such a wide-spanning concept, with few titles yearly, but so much ingenuity present. Rhythm-based music games ask us to focus in and perfect our rhythm in some incredibly satisfying ways and Muse Dash is no different. Set up as a “level” each song in Muse Dash has you jump, dash, and kick your way to beat. Enemies and notes will fly your way, with the goal being to hit each one to the tune of the song you chose. Combo-building is present and so are high scores. Let me just say it’s incredibly hard not to be pulled back in to best your last try.

Muse Dash at first blush might not immediately speak to your taste, but I can confirm that it’s incredibly fun and worth taking a look at. For research, the team sent me a copy while writing the initial press release and it completely hooked me. The controls are simple (2-button mapping) but the way each song plays out leans into my want to perfect each stage, and that was only on normal! What’s even more fantastic is that each genre of music is represented differently in game, leading to a lot of variety while playing. Also, it’s just plain cute and we all need a little more of that in our lives.

I started off hesitant that it was for me and now I can’t help but pick it up for a few minutes when I want to scratch that rhythm-based itch.

Sooo, I said I’d be succinct and I’ll keep it at that. To note, we’ll have keys in June so you should 100% hit that request button above if any of what I’ve said has spoken to you.

Muse Dash, Music game fans, Switch

Thanks a bunch for reading and have a great rest of your week!

Come and fix the world movement tampered with by a mirror image code with three beauties!

This is a world of the perfect combination of a cool parkour game and a traditional music game——Muse Dash!!

Yes.

You’re destined to be our Master!

What? You don’t have nimble fingers? Meow~ Don’t be too modest!

So, don’t worry! If you do not excel in playing action games, 

you can still overcome the difficulties by dancing to the music!

Choose your favorite beauty to go through the romantic backdrop. Now let’s get started with our journey to wipe out all the adorkable monsters!!! 

【Gameplay】

Dance to the music and beat enemies from above and ahead with simple left-and-right operations. Be careful of the barriers! Although it’s not difficult to operate, but it’s definitely an interesting game! There are abundant songs to select and meticulously designed beats! Just wait to be stunned! 

【Game Features】

You will go through an unprecedented experience of the perfect visual effects of a parkour game and the traditional gameplay of a music game.

◆ Unique and fashionable art design.
There are 30 popular songs initially. Stay tuned for continuous updates!

◆ Different music styles are matched to different scenes, enemies and Bosses.
We have beauties, adorable pets and even adorkable enemies! Believe me, you will even be impressed by the Boss!
What? You’ve had enough?? Alright, that’s the most I can do for you…

◆ Well-designed scripts and Japanese VO.

Evolve PR // Bryden Keks

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