Yesterday XSEED Games released Orgarhythm, a hybrid real-time-strategy rhythm game that looks more than a little strange. If you've got a Vita, you can buy it on the PlayStation Network for 30 bucks.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation Vita has been quietly picking up steam this fall. Two new Vita games from Japan with weird premises and even weirder titles—Dokuro and Orgarhythm—are coming to the U.S. within the next couple of weeks.
If you're a regular Kotaku Melodic reader, you're no stranger to the idea that despite many developers' cinematic aspirations, video games have more in common with music than they do with film.
This is Orgarhythm, an upcoming Vita game to be released by publisher XSEED later this year. It's super weird and Japanese and cool and I can't wait to play it.
Takeshi Hirai, the main programmer for Shenmue and the technical director for Space Channel Part 2, is bringing rhythm and tactical warfare together to the PS Vita.