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D-Pad Hero 2

NES

Description:

D-Pad Hero 2 is a series of rhythm/music games for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). You know, that game console you still used to play circa 1990.

D-Pad Hero pays homage to our own favorite NES games and popular music artists. It’s our vision of what music games might have been like in the NES heyday. Now, through the wonders of emulation, you get to experience it yourself!

Enjoy the games, and remember to tell all your friends what a blast you’re having.

- The D-Pad Hero team

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Reviewed By: cuttingagent on 04 Aug 2014

I found this to be a visually less attractive game than its predecessor, both in aesthetic choice and function–the way the inputs are displayed lacks the clarity and simplicity of the first game. Also I really liked how the first one let you play through the song even if you’re losing. I don’t play these types of games a lot and killing you after 30 seconds makes it less accessible to me. What was great about the first one is it still sounds good (albeit disjointed) when you miss inputs. I probably be unable to fully appreciate the new features as I’ll be playing 1 instead of this. This is still a cool game, I just don’t think it stands up as well in the series as a whole.

Also I absolutely hate the idea of having to use the SELECT button in play.

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Music To My Ears. Literally.Eldrethor10 Nov 20181.0Yes
Liked 1 bettercuttingagent04 Aug 2014N/AYes