One thing you should know about these "Acquisition #123" posts (as I'm calling them): They're not going to be published in the timeliest manner.
There's a reason for that, of course, and that reason is that I bought way too many games between Christmas and now. Had I decided to tell you about each of those purchases in a timely manner, it's likely all you would have encountered on this blog for long stretches of time would be "Acquisition #123" posts, and that would be a bit boring, don't you think?
With that said, let's move on to what's supposed to be the focus of this particular "Acquisition #123" post, shall we? That being the copy of Rhythm Heaven Fever that recently landed on my doorstep, of course.
Actually, it landed on my doorstep about four weeks ago--the day I headed to Madison, Wisconsin, to be with and take care of my mom and dad--but given what I said above that's really neither here nor there, is it? I'm bringing it up, though, because it helps explain why I've barely spent any time with this particular acquisition thus far.
I've played enough of Rhythm Heaven Fever to have fallen madly in love with it, though. My favorite mini-games thus far: Double Date, Monkey Watch and Tambourine. Oh, and Remix 1. (FYI: I've only played through Remix 2.)
Have any of you picked up this frenetic Wii title? If so, are you enjoying it? Also, what are your favorite mini-games?
See also: Previous 'Acquisition #123' and Rhythm Heaven Fever posts