Nintendo Drops Irresistible New Beats with Rhythm Heaven Fever for Wii

Starting today, video game fans and music lovers across the United       States can use the Wii™       system to keep the beat in dozens of entertaining new ways. The Rhythm       Heaven™ Fever game is now available, inviting       players to enjoy a fresh lineup of more than 50 unique rhythm games.       Easy to pick up and play but challenging to master, each minigame tasks       players to tap buttons on the Wii Remote™ controller in time       to catchy musical themes while completing a variety of quirky tasks. Rhythm       Heaven Fever carries a suggested retail price of $29.99 in the       United States.

Rhythm Heaven Fever takes the action to the living room for big       beat-keeping fun. By rhythmically pressing the A and B buttons on their       controller in time with the music, players might find themselves playing       golf with a monkey, swinging a samurai sword or building robots on an       assembly line. No matter what the activity, the game’s infectious       soundtrack will keep heads bobbing and faces smiling as players test       their rhythmic skills.

“If you’ve ever tapped your feet to the beat of your favorite song,       you’ve already got what it takes to play Rhythm Heaven Fever,”       said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of       Sales & Marketing. “What makes the experience really unique is the wild       mix of in-game activities coupled with the catchy music that appeals to       a wide variety of players.”

As they improve their beat-keeping acumen, players earn medals that can       be used to unlock a variety of bonus games and special sections to keep       the groove going on and on. Unlockable content also includes two-player       games that friends and family members can enjoy together. (Multiplayer       modes require additional controllers, which are sold separately.)

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