Friday, November 12, 2010

10 video games that made my life gayer (#10): Rhythm Tengoku

How do I love this import-only GameBoy Advance title? Let me count the ways.

1) I love its hairy--and Arabian, apparently--onions and turnips.

2) I love its heart-shaped flowers and (smiling) star-filled skies.

3) I love its marching men in rabbit suits.

4) I love its safety-seeking rodents.

5) I love its tap-dancing primates.

6) More than anything, though, I love its amazing--and amusing--soundtrack.

For more reasons to love this Kazuyoshi Osawa-conceived game, check out Kurt Kalata's first-rate write-up over at

See also: all of the previous '10 video games that made my life gayer' posts


Viewtiful_Justin said...

Yup. It definitely deserves this spot on the list.

Bryan Ochalla said...

I think I'm going to have to start playing it again this weekend!

Anonymous said...

Hello bryan. Do you bought it on Ebay?

Bryan Ochalla said...

Actually, I bought it some time ago (3-4 years ago, I think) via either or I would guess eBay is a good source, too, though.