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    Headbangers: Rhythm Royale Review

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    Headbangers: Rhythm Royale is a rhythm battle royale game where you compete in mini-games to become the winner. Here is our Headbangers: Rhythm Royale Review.

    The game was developed by Glee-Cheese Studio and published by Team17, it was released on October 31, 2023, for PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S for 19,99$.

    Headbangers is fun at its core but suffers from a lot of issues, one of them being the oversaturation of these types of “Royale” games with Animal Party and Fall guys being the bigger in the group. Sadly Headbangers fails to really cement itself with a playerbase making almost half the matches filled with bots not even a week after launch. The other issue is that some of the more speedy mini-games are just terrible and drag on for too long and the other half of the minigames just being a bit long and too easy at times. The slower ones are for sure a lot more fun and I only started noticing how much the game drags on after about 10 matches.

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    While the game is called “Rhythm Royale” the actual rhythm games are the worst of them all, with the calibration just feeling off the majority of the game making some of the mini-games a mess. The game doesn’t lack mini-games based on what I saw before playing it, but when I finally did play the game, I kept getting the same 5 minigames over and over again and after a while, it just got annoying more than fun.

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    I love the visuals and crossover suits of other Team17 games like Worms, but the visuals are probably the best thing about it. Each mini-game’s visuals fit the vibe it tries to set perfectly and I absolutely love that, but hearing annoying birds the whole time got a bit off-putting after a while.

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    SUMMARY

    The game has its moments and being on Game Pass helps for sure, but with lobbies filled mostly with bots and some of the more speedy mini-games it just doesnt end up being fun to play for an extended amount of time.

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    The game has its moments and being on Game Pass helps for sure, but with lobbies filled mostly with bots and some of the more speedy mini-games it just doesnt end up being fun to play for an extended amount of time.Headbangers: Rhythm Royale Review