LOUD on Planet X
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About this game
Developer: Pop Sandbox
Content Rating: Teen
Choose from a cross-section of top current indie music artists, then defend your stage from hordes of quirky aliens by tapping to the music and using a fun assortment of makeshift weapons like speakers, strobe lights, fog machines, amplifiers, bouncers and custom special attacks!
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LOUD on Planet X is an interesting concept, but it ultimately falls flat. The great soundtrack and cool art style is hampered by a lack of interactivity with the music, limited replayability and competitive spirit that other games in the genre have.
How much you enjoy Loud on Planet X is going to be almost entirely based on how interested you are in the soundtrack. My suggestion is looking up the 24 songs in the game and seeing if the majority of them are your kind of thing. Even if you do enjoy them, you should still be ready to play the game in short bursts: what's here is decent but it gets old fast. Much like listening to a good song on repeat.
Coming from the mind of a Sound Shapes developer, you can really see the influences in LOUD on Planet X; the quirky, minimalist style, the simplicity of its gameplay, and the excellent soundtrack all echo its spiritual predecessor. Yet Pop Sandbox's console debut does plenty to distance itself from its competitors, and its blend of beats and battles makes it a must for any rhythm game fan and a good place to start for those who aren't.