With a game by developers who’ve worked on Elite Beat Agents and Gears of War and toys—real articulated action figures—from one of Transformers’ most prolific designers, Infinite Arms is exactly where I wanted the toys-to-life genre to go.
Japanese developer iNiS — the name's an acronym for "infinite Noise of the inner Soul" — has spent the past decade and a half perfecting the art of the rhythm game. From classics like Gitaroo Man and Elite Beat Agents to not-so-classics like last year's DLC-packed Demon's Score, iNiShave mastered the melding of sound…
I was terribly disappointed with the way Square Enix priced iNiS's rhythm game, Demons' Score. So disappointed that when I heard the company had released another iNiS rhythm game on iOS I almost didn't bother. Between the free initial download and the stirring sounds of Dvorak's New World Symphony my tenuous…
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.
Microsoft has confirmed the final lineup for Lips: Number One Hits, the sequel to the Inis-developed karaoke game that hit the Xbox 360 last year. You'll be able to tap into your inner Lady Gaga and MC Hammer this October.
It's barely been six months since the release of Lips, Microsoft's shameless swipe at SingStar's karaoke crown. And now, with E3 just around the corner, it seems it's already time for another Lips game.
Lips is getting its DLC act together, with Microsoft today announcing a raft of new tracks to be made available over the next few weeks. Most suck. But not all. There's still Bobby Brown.
Distressed clothes seller Urban Outfitters is running a contest for free Xbox 360s and a copies of Lips.
Let's get this out of the way now. Yes, Lips is a shameless rip-off of Sony's massively-successful SingStar franchise.
When Japanese developer iNiS was confirmed to be attached to the Xbox 360 singing game, Lips, it might have felt like an odd project for the team. Responsible for rhythm classics like Gitaroo Man and Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, Lips looked simply like a SingStar clone, a fraction of the experience available in Rock Band.
One of the worst-kept secrets of Microsoft's E3 address today was the announcement of iNiS' Lips, a karaoke game for the 360. While it may not have SingStar's suave, European sex appeal, it certainly looks to have a charm of its own, and including motion-sensing mics and the ability to use your own songs (Note: "The…
A title that's guaranteed to be "announced" at Microsoft's E3 Media Briefing this Monday is Lips, the iNiS developed answer to Sony's SingStar. The musically inclined team behind Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, Gitaroo Man and Elite Beat Agents was previously rumored to be behind the sing-along title, but consider it doubly…