REVIEWSFantasia: Music Evolved Review
Harmonix's rhythm game based on the Sorceror's Apprentice provided a fun experience of arm-wavy controlling goodness. It also made me want to play Rock Band again.
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I originally bought this game because my wife wanted it. Soon enough, I was hooked and playing in my own town. A year later, we have 4 towns on 4 memory cards, each set to their own times and dates to collect all the furniture, fish and bugs there were in the game. Yes, we caught all of them. We even got the e-reader for the gameboy advance so we could go to the island and store even more there. We collected every e-reader card we could get our hands on. We went as far as bidding on e-bay to get rare cards. I guess you can say we definitely got hooked on this game. I liked it a lot, but I won't say I loved it. Once I got all the fish and bugs, it was more trying to get the furniture sets and I got bored of trying to beat the housing committee. I'll go back every so often and just fish to sell for money. Still a good game for me though.