Miguel Moran

It’s always fun to see genres blended in unexpected ways. The rhythm game genre, in particular, has seen some unique applications and modifications recently. Cadence of Hyrule perfectly polished the combination of ruthless dungeon-crawling and melodic, beat-based timing that Crypt of the NecroDancer pioneered. Later this year, Taito is releasing a wild blend of Bubble Bobble and Touhou that puts a rhythm-based spin on the familiar bubble-popping mechanics of the game. Now, we have another unexpected rhythm game genre mashup to look forward to, thanks to the release of It’s Raining Fists and Metal on the Nintendo Switch. At first glance, It’s Raining Fists and Metal might just […]

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