Old School Musical for Nintendo Switch
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Old School Musical

Sep 13, 2018
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Developer: La Moutarde
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

What has 50 amazing chiptune tracks, a loony story mode, 32 different chicken types to fight, and takes you on a tour of all your favorite retro games? It's Old School Musical of course! Tib and Rob are the heroes of a wacky adventure that will teach them where all of the bugs in our favorite games come from. Have you ever played a rhythm game before? Well, this is like that, but much better! With each note, you are responsible for the success of our two heroes' quest. Swing your sword and shoot with your spacecraft to the beat of chiptune tracks from Dubmood, Zabutom, Hello World, Yponeko and Le Plancton.

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Ed OrrSep 13, 2018
Old School Musical is ready to rock PC and Nintendo Switch with a mix of nostalgia-fuelled narrative and a mix of melodies. Take two adventurers through a series of adventures in a range of worlds that are drenched in nostalgia and chocked full of chiptunes.
Kim SnaithSep 21, 2018
In the end, there really isn’t anything else quite like Old School Musical. It’s a game that’s been several years in the works – and when the outcome is something as unique and special as this, I daresay every moment was worth it. Whether you’re a fan of old school rhythm games or just want a hilarious trip through video game history, Old School Musical is absolutely worth picking up.
Ozzie MejiaSep 17, 2018
Old School Musical does an admiral job of packing 50 chiptune tracks onto a single package. Unfortunately, I can't say I'm a fan of how the game went about implementing them. If it had solely been the Arcade Mode with a lot of the 8-bit homages in the background, that would have been fine. But having to plow through the clumsy Story Mode took some of the joy out of the game for me.

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