Deemo: The Last Recital for PS Vita
PS Vita

Deemo: The Last Recital

May 16, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Rayark Inc.
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Deemo is a mystic being that lives in solitude in a castle all by itself. His life changes when a little girl who lost her memories, unknowingly falls from the sky, not knowing who she is and where she came from. Deemo comes to realize that whenever he plays the piano, a tree in front of him grows taller and taller. Confident that the tree can grow tall enough to help the little girl reach the sky from where she came from, the two come together to play the piano together. Can Deemo help the little girl regain her memories and help her get back home?

Gamer Reviews

46 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.20
CJ AndriessenMay 16, 2017
If it wasn’t for this perplexing progression choice made by the developers, and if the story of Deemo: The Last Recital played out at the pace it should, the game would be easy to recommend. In fact, if you love rhythm games, ignore the score below and pick it up for yourself because the music selection is outstanding overall and who knows when next we’ll get something else like it.
Marcus EstradaMay 24, 2017
The width of the Vita itself, however, might inhibit comfortable gameplay for some out there when compared to thinner smartphone screens. No matter which version you play, though, there’s still some gameplay design decisions which don’t make total sense to music game fans. Fortunately, the highly varied soundtrack makes grinding mostly bearable as players pursue growing a magical tree to its fullest. In a rhythm gaming dearth, Deemo: The Last Recital stands as an imperfect, but mostly enjoyable, title to spend time with.
Mikhail MadnaniJul 02, 2017
Deemo: The Last Recital is a great beginner’s rhythm game. More experienced players of the genre might find things a bit too basic, but the music here makes it worth experiencing. If you don’t own a Vita, it is definitely worth checking out on iOS and Android as well. On the Vita the low asking price makes this an easy recommendation for anyone interested in rhythm games.

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