Now this game right here is bulls h i t.
And I mean it.
Wait, stop, don't go away yet, PLEASE, I didn't mean to call it sh i t literally.
What we got right here is a decent rhythm game with some neat art and music. Ever heard of o2jam or osu!mania? You probably gonna like it then. You didn't? It's worth it anyway, and I'll tell you why.
The plot and voiceacting is bad. And I mean, B A D.
Bad to the point it breaks the bottom of the scale and pops up on the opposite side. Took me two hours to beat it, about half of which consisted of animated comics with some sweetest art, worst voiceacting and silliest script I've seen in a while.
NOT TO MENTION THIS GAME IS HIGHLY EDUCATIONAL:
Did you know that every time you, as the grand composer Chopin, release a new masterpiece, a rasta at the carribean gets mentally traumatized during childhood and has problems pulling chicks for the following 30 years? You do now.
Wanna know what happens when two classic composers battle? They make to fall asleep the ♥♥♥♥ out of each other to see whose skills are truly divine.
Oh, and of course, I wouldn't have ever guessed by myself, but judging by the accent, Chopin was British, despite his Polish origins.
All that combined gonna send you into emotional state where you're gonna do nothing but giggle, wonder what the actual f u ck is going on, giggle again, enquire if this s h it is legit, giggle, repeat. Or, if you're here just to fullcombo the ♥♥♥♥ out of the notes, you could just skip it all and jump straight to action. Missing the whole fun part, of course.
OVERALL RATING: CHOPEN OUT OF TEN, WOULD RISE FROM THE GRAVE TO MOCK MASTERMIND X ABOUT HIS PIGGY AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN.
P.S.: Oh, there's actually a sequel to this. I know where I'm spending next couple hours, folks.