Hello there, ladies and gentlemen. Are you ready to rock? Are you ready or not? Alright, I know that opening is a little beat cheesy, but it does fit the overall theme of this article Over the last five years, the amount of music-based videogames has greatly diminished. No longer does Rockband and Guitar Hero dominate the industry. When was the last time you met with your friends to play Rockband or Guitar Hero; the answer will shock you. Luckily, music games are making a resurgence. The latest two music games to be revealed are Fuser and Beats of Fury.
At PAX East 2020, Harmonix revealed Fuser; however, Bubble Head Games beat Harmonix to resurrect the music genre. In 2016, Bubble Head Games originally demoed Beats of Fury to the world. If you are like me, you probably have not heard of either title before 2020; however, Beats of Fury takes a different approach to the music genre compared to its competition. An approach that has rarely been seen, if ever. You may be asking, what is Beats of Fury and I think that their description does it justice.
Beats of Fury Description
Beats Of Fury is a mix of Rhythm Game and Bullet Hell Top down shooter, be ready to take the mixer lead, play the guitar and start shooting the angry beats, bringing peace to the world of music, while getting your own fingers smashed. At this time we’re in an early build of the game, but very pleased with the progress.
Beats of Fury is a game created by Aly Ameen. He is an upcoming Indie Game developer who shows a lot of potential. The game covers a variety of music genres and allows the player to use different instruments and equipment to defeat evil beats. Now available on Steam through early access and until April 28th, 2020, Bubble Head Games is holding a 10% off promotion with Beats of Fury.
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