Saturday, March 16, 2013

Elite Beat Agents Review


Hello, and welcome to my review on Nintendo DS video games that you may have overlooked.

Today, I will be doing a review on Elite Beat Agents. If you missed out on my previous review of Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, you can click here or here for all the reviews I've done up until now.

Elite Beat Agents is actually a remake version of the popular Japanese game "Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2". This is a rhythm genre video game where users try to tap to the beat of the song. Basically, you're playing as government agents trying to help citizens in need by completing songs assigned in each mission.

Players will be using the stylus to tap the numberical numbers shown on the bottom of the screen while the story progresses (on the top screen) based on the players ability to tap to the rhythm precisely. More points are awarded for creating a combo by being able to accurately tap the numbers. There is also a life bar which shows the players accuracy, once it starts reaching the red zone then the agents will start to lose their breath on the bottom screen and is a sign that you could potentially fail the mission.


  • Simple Controls
  • Entertaining Animation
  • Multiple Difficulty Levels
  • Fun and Addictive Gameplay
  • Can Compete with Friends Using Wi-Fi
  • The first two difficulty levels are too easy
  • Could have added more songs after completing the game

In Conclusion:
Elite Beat Agents is one of the best rhythm games available for the Nintendo DS so I would recommend this game to every individual age 10 and up.


Check out the hilarious parody Mega64 did for Elite Beat Agents.

1 comment:

  1. Great blog Christina, I don't play much ds games but the way you reviewed it makes it look interesting.