22 Games Like Nintendo DSi Metronome

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Rock Band 4, Guitar Hero Live, and Doug dug. are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! released the 25 October 2017 and ranked #6, Guitar Hero Live released the 19 October 2015 and ranked #2, Rock Band 4 released the 5 October 2015 and ranked #1.

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This suggestion collection includes drum games for Android, PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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The Nintendo DSi Metronome software can be used to help keep tempo—when playing an instrument, for example. It creates a rhythm by playing sounds based on beat and tempo settings, which both allow a wide range of possible adjustments.

Tags associated with Nintendo DSi Metronome: rhythmclassicinstrumentdrumonlinearcadeexperimental

1# Rock Band 4 - 2015

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Rock Band, the award-winning social and interactive music performance experience, is back! Form your own band, rock the world, and live out your ultimate rock and roll fantasy, with your friends, family, or as a solo act. Rock Band 4 delivers the ultimate platform for gamers to experience music, giving players the chance to rock in the shoes of the biggest guitarists, bassists, drummers, and singers of all time. Rock Band 4 delivers the most authentic music game ever, challenging rockers to master lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals.

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2# Guitar Hero Live - 2015

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Guitar Hero Live is an upcoming music game and will serve as a reboot of the Guitar Hero franchise, being the first new entry in the series since Warriors of Rock in 2010. Guitar Hero Live will introduce major changes to the core gameplay and experience of the Guitar Hero franchise, including a revamped guitar controller with a new, 6-button layout, a new in-game presentation style that utilizes full motion video, simulating a real-world concert setting from the perspective of the guitarist, and a new Guitar Hero TV mode to encompass multiplayer and curated playlists in the style of television music channels.

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4# KORG DSN-12 - 2014

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KORG DSN-12 software makes it easy for anyone to enjoy serious sound-creation and song production with analog synthesizers. You can make your ideas take shape very quickly, you can enjoy constructing songs in real time while performing in a DJ-like manner.

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5# Amplitude - 2015

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Amplitude is a reboot of the critically-acclaimed controller-based rhythm action game developed by Harmonix and originally released in 2003 Amplitude features over 20 songs composed for an optimal beatmatching experience by Harmonix with contributions from Freezepop, Danny B, Jim Guthrie, and more. Many of the developers from the original game are actively working on the reboot. The new Amplitude will be treated like a classic, sci-fi concept album. There is a narrative that runs through the game and surfaces in many ways through the visuals, music and song lyrics. Players will speed down long, winding paths made up of the different musical elements of a song. Each track is differentiated with the musical sounds of synthesizers, drums, vocals, and bass. As players blast away the patterns of gems on these tracks, they release musical energy and recreate the hidden song within. Gameplay remains easy to pick up and difficult to master. Achieving a top score will be a challenge and therefore worth bragging about via online leaderboards. Amplitude supports up to four players locally. Challenge your friends and use devastating power-ups during frenetic multiplayer matches to secure your place at the top.

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6# Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! - 2017

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You need a Sony Interactive Entertainment account to play Friend Session and Ranked Match. Remote Play requires PS Vita system and sufficiently robust Wi-Fi connection. Online features require an account and are subject to terms of service and applicable privacy policy (playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service & playstationnetwork.com/privacy-policy).

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8# Fantasia: Music Evolved - 2014

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The Games on Demand version supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and Russian. Players will control music from some of the world's biggest acts, from over 25 leading artists including chart-topper Bruno Mars, rock royalty Queen and electronic DJ and producer AVICII.

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9# Just Dance Kids 2 - 2011

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Screenshot of the video game Just Dance Kids 2
Screenshot of the video game Just Dance Kids 2
Screenshot of the video game Just Dance Kids 2

Just Dance Kids 2 on Wii™ is back with 40 fun and crazy dance routines designed especially for kids, featuring the songs they love! Plus, Just Dance Kids 2 includes mixes of classic kids songs like "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" and "The Hokey Pokey" for younger kids to enjoy.

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10# KORG DS-10 PLUS - 2010

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The original KORG DS-10 music-creation software, which combined the superior interface of the Nintendo DS with the functionality of the famous MS-10 synthesizer, has been optimized to essentially double the power of the original when used with the Nintendo DSi system.
• Optimized for Nintendo DSi for 12-voice polyphony and to double the power of the original KORG DS-10: 4 analog synthesizer tracks and 8 dedicated drum tracks, increasing the total number of individual tracks from 6 to 12 (feature available only for the Nintendo DSi).

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11# Green Day: Rock Band - 2010

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Green Day: Rock Band puts players on stage as multi-platinum selling and Grammy Award winning group Green Day, featuring the band’s most-defining albums and key moments throughout their career to date.
• All Green Day DLC can be imported onto your Green Day game disk, unlocking unique venue visuals and archival materials.

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12# DJ Hero 2 - 2010

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The follow up to the award-winning, number one new video game IP of 2009, DJ Hero® 2 transforms living rooms into nightclubs all over again with an entirely new music gaming experience. Friends and families can become mix masters and singing sensations, experiencing hit music like they’ve never heard it before. With a host of new DJ and vocal multiplayer modes, including innovative DJ Battles, and 80+ mixes featuring the biggest dance, pop and hip-hop hits, DJ Hero® 2 delivers the new standard in music and rhythm gaming.

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14# The Beatles: Rock Band - 2009

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The Beatles: Rock Band is a 2009 music video game developed by Harmonix, published by MTV Games, and distributed by Electronic Arts. It is the third major console release in the Rock Band music video game series, in which players can simulate the playing of rock music by using controllers shaped like musical instruments. The Beatles: Rock Band is the first band-centric game in the series, and it is centered on the popular English rock group the Beatles. The game features virtual portrayals of the four band members performing the songs throughout the band's history, including depictions of some of their famous live performances, as well as a number of "dreamscape" sequences for songs from the Abbey Road Studios recording sessions during the group's studio years. The game's soundtrack consists of 45 Beatles songs; additional songs and albums by the Beatles were made available for the game as downloadable content.[1] The game was released internationally on 9 September 2009, coinciding with the release of new, remastered compact disc versions of the Beatles' albums. It incorporates many of the gameplay features of the Rock Band series; however, it is not an expansion pack for the Rock Band series and content for it and other Rock Band titles is not cross-compatible. Harmonix co-founder Alex Rigopulos described the game as "... a new, full game title production built from the ground up."[2] Gameplay mechanics differ slightly from previous Rock Band games, including the addition of a three-part vocal harmony system. Subsequent games in the Rock Band series would reuse these new elements, including vocal harmonies. The game was developed with the blessing and critical input of Apple Corps, including former Beatles Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, who both made public appearances supporting the game. George Harrison's son Dhani helped to bridge discussion between Harmonix and Apple Corps, while Giles Martin, son of the Beatles' music producer George Martin, ensured high-fidelity versions of the Beatles' songs would be available. The Beatles: Rock Band was well received by the press, both as a genuine means of experiencing the music and history of the Beatles and as a standalone music video game. Although the game's sales were considered respectable, with more than half a million units sold during its first month of release in the United States, analysts had projected larger sales volumes and attributed the lower sales to waning interest in the rhythm game genre and the video game industry recovery from the late-2000s recession.

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15# Guitar Hero 5 - 2009

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Guitar Hero 5 (initially referred to as Guitar Hero V) is a music rhythm game and the fifth main entry in the Guitar Hero series. The game was developed by Neversoft and published by Activision, and released internationally in September 2009 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, 3 and Wii consoles. Similar to the preceding title, Guitar Hero World Tour, Guitar Hero 5 is geared towards playing in a four-person band experience, including lead and bass guitar, drums, and vocals. The game is available as a standalone title, allowing players to use existing compatible instrument controllers, and as a bundle that provides these controllers. Guitar Hero 5 adds several new features, such as drop-in/drop-out play, bands composed of any combination of available instruments, a Rockfest competitive mode consisting of several various scoring mechanisms, and both song-specific and general Challenges to unlock new avatars, clothing, and other extras in the game. Many of these changes were added to make the game a more social experience, allowing players across a range of skill levels to be able to play cooperatively and competitively against each other both locally and online. Guitar Hero 5's track list contains 85 songs by 83 separate artists, and like previous Guitar Hero games, several musicians with works in the game have been modeled through motion capture for playable characters in the game, including Johnny Cash, Carlos Santana, Shirley Manson, Matthew Bellamy, and Kurt Cobain. Players can also create their own character and instrument to play with. The game continues to support the user-created music studio introduced in World Tour through GHTunes, and additional downloadable content for the game was also made available. A majority of existing downloadable tracks from World Tour are forward-compatible with Guitar Hero 5, along with selected on-disc tracks from World Tour and Guitar Hero Smash Hits, and songs from the game could also be exported for a fee to play in its sequel, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, and spin-off game Band Hero. The game was well received by reviewers, who appreciated the improvements in the accessibility of the game, allowing players to immediately jump in and play without spending excessive time in the game's menus. The game also sold well, however, it sold about less than 50 percent of Guitar Hero: World Tour's sales, specifically selling 1.2 million copies across all platforms. Improvements to both the Career and competitive multiplayer modes were also highlights of the game. However, the game's track list was considered to be too broad, and controversy arose over the ability to use the avatar of Kurt Cobain to perform in any other song within the game.

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16# Band Hero - 2009

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Band Hero is a spinoff video game as part of the Guitar Hero series of music rhythm games, released by Activision on November 3, 2009, for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii and Nintendo DS consoles. The game is structurally similar to Guitar Hero 5, and supports full band play (lead and bass guitar, drums, and vocals) including the drop-in/drop-out and in-song instrument and difficulty change menus, and additional multiplayer modes as Guitar Hero 5. The console versions use instrument-shaped game controllers, while the DS version uses either the "Guitar Grip" introduced with the Guitar Hero: On Tour series or a new Drum Skin that comes with the game. Like previous games, virtual avatars of Taylor Swift, Adam Levine, and the band No Doubt are presented in the game. Band Hero received mixed reviews from journalists. Some considered the game to be an appropriately flavored version of Guitar Hero 5 for the "Top 40" pop rock hits, while others felt the game was strictly aimed at teenagers. They also contested the cost of the full game, featuring only 65 songs compared with 85 songs in Guitar Hero 5, and considered if the content would have been better in downloadable form. A day after the game's release, the band No Doubt sued Activision, citing similar misuse of their avatars as the Kurt Cobain avatar in Guitar Hero 5.

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17# LEGO Rock Band - 2009

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LEGO Rock Band merges two of the most popular videogame franchises to deliver a unique family-friendly music experience that will take tweens, teens, families and gamers of all ages on a wild journey to rock stardom in order to “Build a Band and Rock the Universe. ” Combining the authentic multiplayer music experience of Rock Band with the accessibility, customization and humor of LEGO games, LEGO Rock Band allows players to create their own unique rock star style and customize their own avatars, band members, roadies, and managers.

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18# DJ Hero - 2009

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Features PARTY WITH YOUR FRIENDS: Jump into multiplayer 2-DJ or DJ and Guitar Modes Switch on autoplay and let the game DJ be your party UNPRECEDENTED MUSIC VARIETY: Scratch, mix and sample 102 individual songs, highlighted in 93 exclusive new mixes that blend genres of music, including hip-hop, dance, pop, and rock. RULE THE HOTTEST PARTIES: Where Guitar Hero brought gamers into the world of rock ‘n’ roll, DJ Hero brings you into the hottest scenes around.

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19# Fish'em All! - 2009

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Fish'em All is an addictive 3D game where you have to catch colorful fish with a handnet. Avoid bad fish and keep your energy gauge above 0% as long as possible in order to get the highest score.

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20# Major Minor's Majestic March - 2009

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Can you guide the courageous cat, Major Minor, through this whimsical musical adventure? Brought to you by Masaya Matsuura, the visionary creator of the music game genre, and drawn to life by renowned artist Rodney Alan Greenblat, Major Minor's Majestic March is an extravaganza of music and color unlike anything you've ever experienced!

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21# Beat'n Groovy - 2008

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Single Player , Xbox LIVE Multiplayer 1-2 , HD -LRB- High Definition -RRB- . Try the FREE demo of BEATN GROOVY and let the energy of the music flow through you . There are no refunds for this item . For more information , see www.xbox.com / Live / accounts .

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22# Rock Revolution - 2008

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Unleash your creative juices in the Jam Mode where you can create your own music in a state of the art multi-track studio! Choose between drums, bass, guitar and vocal Rhythm-based gameplay uses stylus gestures for rhythm matching Complete combos to see your character pull off moves like scissor kicks Customizable venues allow users to unlock stage props like fireworks displays and laser shows Get together with your friends and play songs as a band or against one another via wireless Power-up your character and band with new picks, sticks, and amps Choose from 20+ songs to rock out too Choose between multiple modes for the ultimate Rock Revolution experience: - Quick Play (Single) - Choose a song and an instrument and play single songs - Career Mode (Single) - Take your band from the garage to the top of the charts Suit up your band with new gear and rack up huge amounts of cash Take on new challenges like mastering a song in the recording studio, or playing a set list of multiple songs - Co-op Mode (Multiplayer, 2-4 players) - Create a band with your friend or join a band that’s looking to ‘hire’ Work together with friends to achieve massive scores - Battle Mode (Multiplayer, 2–4 players) - Go head to head with your friends and family - Custom Battle – Every player must play the same instrument with the same character - Ultimate Battle – Console randomly chooses instrument, character, song and venue Career mode: play songs, learn techniques, create set lists and complete challenges

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