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Boom Boom Rocket

Boom Boom Rocket

Platforms: XBox 360

Publishers: Electronic Arts

Boom Boom Rocket (BBR) is a downloadable video game for Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade service. Boom Boom Rocket is the first rhythm game for Xbox Live Arcade and was developed by Geometry Wars creators Bizarre Creations and published by the Pogo division of Electronic Arts. The game was made backwards compatible on Xbox One on July 26, 2016.

Beat Saber

Beat Saber

Platforms: PlayStation 4,Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Beat Games

Beat Saber est un jeu vidéo de rythme en réalité virtuelle développé et édité par Beat Games, sorti en 2018 sur Windows et PlayStation 4.

Band Hero

Band Hero

Platforms: PlayStation 2,XBox 360,Wii,Nintendo DS,PlayStation 3

Publishers: Activision Blizzard

Band Hero est un jeu vidéo de rythme faisant partie de la série des Guitar Hero sorti le 6 novembre 2009. Il est disponible sur PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360 et Nintendo DS. Contrairement à Guitar Hero, qui privilégie la musique rock-metal, Band Hero est très orienté sur la musique à tendance Pop-Rock.

Bit.Trip Complete

Bit.Trip Complete

Platforms: Wii

Bit.Trip Complete is a compilation of six games in the Bit.Trip series, including Bit.Trip Beat, Bit.Trip Core, Bit.Trip Void, Bit.Trip Runner, Bit.Trip Fate, and Bit.Trip Flux.

Beat Sneak Bandit

Beat Sneak Bandit

Platforms: Apple IOS

Beat Sneak Bandit is an iOS puzzle video game developed by Simogo and released on February 16, 2012.

Beatmania

Beatmania

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Konami

beatmania, also known colloquially as beatmania (US) or BMUS to distinguish it from the original arcade game beatmania, is the first version of the music video game beatmania IIDX to be released in the United States. It was officially released by Konami on March 28, 2006, for the PlayStation 2 video game console.

Buzz!: The Music Quiz

Buzz!: The Music Quiz

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe

Buzz!: The Music Quiz is the first in the Buzz! series of video games created by Sleepydog and Relentless Software and published by Sony Computer Entertainment Euope's XDev for the PlayStation 2. In the game, players answer questions asked by the quizmaster (also called Buzz) using the four Buzz! remote controls. The game was part of Sony's "Fire It Up" campaign, which also includes the EyeToy and SingStar systems.

Bust a Groove 2

Bust a Groove 2

Publishers: Enix

Bust a Groove 2 is a hybrid music/fighting game released in 1999 for the Sony PlayStation and is the sequel to Bust a Groove. The game was originally released in Japan as Bust a Move 2: Dance Tengoku Mix (バスト ア ムーブ2 ダンス天国MIX, Basuto a Mūbu 2: Dansu Tengoku Mix), and was never released in Europe. A third game in the series, Dance Summit 2001 was only released in Japan on the PlayStation 2. The game takes place one year after the previous installment and shares the same overall gameplay. It combin…

Bit.Trip Beat

Bit.Trip Beat

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux,Nintendo 3DS,Wii,Android,Apple IOS

Publishers: Aksys Games,Arc System Works,Gaijin Games,Namco Bandai

Bit.Trip Beat est un jeu vidéo de rythme développé par Gaijin Games et édité par Aksys Games. Il est disponible en téléchargement sur Wii via la plate-forme de téléchargement WiiWare depuis 2009 et depuis 2010 sur Steam. Il s'agit du premier jeu de la série Bit.Trip.

Bust a Groove

Bust a Groove

Platforms: Arcade

Bust a Groove est un mélange entre un jeu de rythme et un jeu de combat développé par Metro Corporation et édité par Enix, désormais connu sous le nom de Square Enix. Il sort au Japon en 1998 sur PlayStation, est distribué par 989 Studios aux États-Unis et SCEE en Europe. Il est désormais disponible sur le PlayStation Store. Le jeu est plus connu au Japon sous le nom de Bust a Move: Dance & Rhythm Action (バスト ア ムーブ Dance & Rhythm Action Basuto a Mūbu Dance & Rhythm Action) mais il est renommé pa…

Botanicula

Botanicula

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux,Android,Apple IOS

Botanicula est un jeu vidéo indépendant sorti le 19 avril 2012 et réalisé par Amanita Design, le collectif tchèque déjà à l'origine des deux opus de Samorost et de Machinarium. Le jeu est conçu par Jaromír Plachý, précédemment animateur sur Machinarium. Sa bande originale est composée et interprétée par le duo musical DVA, qui réalise aussi les effets sonores et les bruitages. Botanicula a remporté le prix Excellence in Audio lors de l'Independent Games Festival en mars 2012.

Beat'n Groovy

Beat'n Groovy

Publishers: Konami

Beat'n Groovy is a music video game developed by Japanese studio Voltex and distributed over Xbox Live Arcade. It was released on October 8, 2008. The game is based on Pop'n Music, a similarly styled arcade/PlayStation 2 game series that has not been released officially outside Japan.

Bit.Trip Core

Bit.Trip Core

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Nintendo 3DS,Wii,Apple OSX

Publishers: Aksys Games

Bit.Trip Core, marketed as BIT.TRIP CORE, is an arcade-style rhythm game developed by Gaijin Games and published by Aksys Games for the Wii's WiiWare download service. It is the second game in the Bit.Trip series, directly succeeding Bit.Trip Beat and preceding Bit.Trip Void, Bit.Trip Runner, Bit.Trip Fate and Bit.Trip Flux.

Beatmania IIDX 22: Pendual

Beatmania IIDX 22: Pendual

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Beatmania IIDX 22: Pendual (stylized as beatmania IIDX 22 PENDUAL) is a music video game and the 22nd installment of Beatmania IIDX series of video game, a part of the long-running Bemani series. The theme of the game revolves around the concept of time with the theme split between the present and the future; Pendual itself is a portmanteau of "pendulum" and "dual". The UI mainly features white to symbolize the present and purple to symbolize the future. It was first announced during the BEMANI …

Brain Strainers

Brain Strainers

Platforms: Commodore 64

Publishers: Carousel SoftwareColeco

Brain Strainers is a music video game released for the Atari 8-bit family and Commodore 64 in 1983 and ColecoVision in 1984. It contains two sub-games, one of which is a clone of the popular 1970s audio game, Simon. It is notable for being one of the earliest music video games to employ pitch-based gameplay in the Clef Climber portion of the game.

Beatmania IIDX

Beatmania IIDX

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo

beatmania IIDX is the first version of the game. It included three play modes: 7-keys, 5-keys (where the keys numbered 6 and 7 were played automatically), and 4-keys (where the three black keys were played automatically).

Bit.Trip Saga

Bit.Trip Saga

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS

Bit.Trip Saga est une compilation de jeux vidéo développé par Gaijin Games et édité par Aksys Games, sorti en 2011 sur Nintendo 3DS.

Bakumatsu Rock

Bakumatsu Rock

Platforms: PSP

Publishers: Konami

Bakumatsu Rock (幕末Rock) est une série de jeux vidéo de jeu de rythme développée et éditée par Marvelous AQL. Le premier épisode sort le 27 février 2014 sur PlayStation Portable et le second le 25 septembre 2014 sur PlayStation Portable et PlayStation Vita. Une adaptation en anime produite par Studio Deen est diffusée du 2 juillet 2014 au 17 septembre 2014 sur Tokyo MX au Japon.

Beaterator

Beaterator

Platforms: PSP,Apple IOS

Publishers: Rockstar Games

Beaterator est un jeu de création musicale et rythme pour la PlayStation Portable développé par Rockstar Leeds en coopération avec le producteur de musique Timbaland. Il a été annoncé en 2007, et est sorti le 29 septembre 2009. Ce jeu est également en téléchargement sur la PSP Go. Il utilise certaines fonctions de la communauté en ligne de Rockstar, le Rockstar Games Social Club. Une version en ligne est disponible : http://www.beaterator.com/beaterator.html

Ben's Game

Ben's Game

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Make-A-Wish Foundation

Ben's Game is a video game about fighting cancer. The game was conceptualised in 2003 by Ben Duskin—an 8 year old American boy in remission from leukemia and was published by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.