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Developer: Rayark Inc.
Content Rating: Everyone
Rayark's classic game DEEMO is reborn on the PS4 console with a brand-new look. Having both TV/VR mode, this title allows you to immerse in the fantastical music performances and adventurous world explorations. A girl who fell from the skies and lost her past. Deemo who plays the piano all alone in the world of the treehouse an accidental encounter between the two. The music flows as the fingers hit the piano keys. The start of a fairytale journey has begun... 'Before turning to leave, don't forget to say one last goodbye.'
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When it comes to virtual reality and the rhythm genre, there might be better options out there. However, not many (if any at all) will allow you to experience a complete narrative while you play the game, and even fewer also give you the opportunity to explore a 3D environment – complete with puzzles – in between songs. While many might be playing Deemo Reborn for just its rhythm roots, they’ll find a much deeper game once they jump in, and fans of any gaming genre might even be able to find something to enjoy about this title.
Unfortunately, because Deemo Reborn is a rhythm game first and foremost, it falls short if you’re playing it on the plain old DualShock 4 controller. The button scheme, while seemingly straightforward, is much too complicated when you attempt to play anything more than an “easy” difficulty song. If you do have a PSVR headset with Move controllers, you’ll have an altogether different experience, but for those attempting to use a controller you’ll likely give up before the game has barely started.
Your enjoyment of Deemo Reborn is going to depend on how you choose to play it and what sections you're focusing on. Pure rhythm game fans will lament the expanded focus on the adventure game, while adventure game fans will find the puzzles to be too easy. Those playing in VR will be fine with both the adventure and rhythm sections, even with a lack of tactile feedback, while controller fans will feel comfortable with the adventure game but loathe the rhythm game.