Deemo The Last Recital (Chinese & English Subs)
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Deemo is a rhythm game developed by the independent Taiwanese game developer Rayark Games, and was originally released on iOS and Android mobile platforms in 2013 and re-released in Japan on the PSVita in 2015. Last Recital for the Vita will include additional modes for cooperative and competitive play, an extra story exclusive to this version, and re-animated custscenes.
Each playable song (includes instrumental and vocal music fromTaiwan, Japan, South Korea & Hong Kong) features three levels, each given a difficulty rating measured on a scale from 1 - 11. Players are also able to customize the speed of the notes before starting a level.
The title's plot centers around an unnamed little girl that has fallen from an open trapdoor in the sky, and the black, mysterious character named Deemo who plays piano music to grow a special tree sprouting from the piano in order to help the girl escape from the world. As the tree grows, various rooms of the structure open up for the girl, and the player, to explore.
|Original Name||DEEMO ～最終演奏～ (中英文合版)|
|Official Release Date||Jan 14, 2016|
|Subtitles||Chinese (Traditional), English, Japanese, Korean|
|Genre||Music & Party|
|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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While there are various kinds of music, most of them will involve using piano as your main tap.
Though, as far as rythm game go, this one can get a bit difficult to get into, as you can't quite tell if you're doing it right, or wrong. There are even some tracks where it actually doesn't match well with the piano, causing you to be thrown off the rythm.
The controls, I can say is not great, actually. This is a PS Vita game, and it's purely based on using the touch screen. The problem here is that PS Vita is a rather wide system. Reaching the middle of the screen with your thumbs is hard, and it gets worse at higher game difficulties. Laying flat on the table and using your other fingers doens't seem to work well either, as the touch screen doesn't seem to register any taps from near the nail area.
My hands started to hurt after a bit of playing.
The menu can be a little difficult to go through as well, as there's no outlines on each options.
Visual presntation is quite nice, though. I quite like the animation and design of the stories presented.
If you want the option to purchase more songs, you'll need the appropriate account.
Alternatively, there game is out on Android and Nintendo Switch.
Overall, the game is fine. The controls just kind of dropped the experience for me. The Vita is just not designed for this kind of game.
It's what you can exspect from a rythm game.
Though, to purchase other songs, you'll need the appropriate PSN account.
If you don't, it's adviceable to get the game on a phone, or from Nintendo Switch's eshop.
The game play is simple but with rhythm games that is to be be expected.
The tracks are more classical which is a nice difference from most games where it's a pop or j pop sort of selection.
Biggest complaint is the loading feels a little long at times but patches have improved on it.
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