Last week iNiS' rhythm-shooter Demons' Score hit the North American app store, disappointing many fans by padding the $6.99 game with nearly $40 of additional content. Meanwhile, in Japan, the entire game costs just $20.
Released today for the iPhone and iPad, Demons' Score is a rhythm action game from iNiS, the creators of DS classic Elite Beat agents, so the decision to spend $6.99 for a chance to play it was a no-brainer. I'm just not sure I want to fork over the additional $37 I'd need to purchase the rest of the game.
Here's some gameplay footage from Demons' Score, a rhythm-action-combat-music game for mobile platforms published by Square Enix and developed by iNiS, the Japanese studio that made Elite Beat Agents.
Teddy bear? Check. Crazy clothes? Check. Pink machine gun and giant sword? Check, check. If these are all your boxes, then Square Enix's upcoming smartphone shooter Demon's Score looks like it'll be right up your alley when it hits iOS/Android this summer.