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Enter the world of Japanese rhythm games with Jubeat

Welcome to my first article. As the title suggests, I am going to take you to a whole new world – the world of Japanese rhythm games. We shall start with Jubeat. For a start, let’s see… how many of you know what a rhythm game is? If you do, how many rhythm games can you name? I suppose many of you know about Guitar Hero and Rock Band. These are famous rhythm games from the west, after all. Now… how about Japanese rhythm games? Try naming one that isn’t Dance Dance Revolution? If you can name even a few, I salute you. If you can’t, well, that’s what I’m here for.

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Unison League is a Japanese RPG That Allows up to Five Online Friends to Attack Enimies

Available on the Japanese iTunes store and Google play store, Unison League is a free to play RPG game supported by in-app purchase of gems that allows you attack your enemies in Unison (no pun intended) in what the publishers call, "white hot guild battles". You can also chill out in the lobby and sip on your favorite Japanese tea while you chat with new friends and then battle it out together with up to five friendly foes with two teams up to ten players! Summon creatures and exchange blows to your enemies. Like many RPG games now-days, characters are highly customizable. The publishers claim there are at least one million possibilities of creating your unique characters. Japan iTunes store, Google...

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