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Developer: Rayark Inc.
Content Rating: Everyone
"VOEZ" is played by touching falling notes in time with the music. Set in a fictional town named "Lan Kong Town", which is modeled after Yilan in Taiwan, the story is centered around 6 high school students who form a band that eventually achieves international fame. Gameplay is simple, requiring players to touch vertically falling notes that have hit a bar on the bottom of the screen. Depending on the song, the number of lanes for the notes increase and shift side to side, making the screen look as if it is dancing to the music.
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Like any rhythm game with a truckload of songs it has its highs and lows, but as a whole I really dug the compositions. They range from sweet saccharine J or K-pop to whimsical piano-only songs, to hardcore industrial electronica. Voez is a diamond in the rough, at least as far as the Nintendo Switch eShop is concerned. The system's launch went from zero (or just Zelda) to hero in seconds flat, and as long as you're okay with a lack of a TV mode, Voez is a worthy pickup.
I’ve been quite honestly blown away by the brilliance of VOEZ. As music rhythm games go it’s one of the best I’ve ever played, up there with the likes of Parappa The Rapper, Hatsune Miku Project DIVA X and Gitaroo Man. It’s a game that I envisage playing for years to come, and if you’ve recently bought a Nintendo Switch I urge you to give it some attention.
Between bouts of Zelda, Voez has become a welcome musical break from Hyrule. The music charts in the game are very well designed leading to frantic, musical fun. Voez is a wonderful option for those desiring some rhythm action on the Switch.