Release date - 16th July
Platform - Switch
Metacritic score - 82
As some of you know, I've been quite vocal about my love of Voez, a rhythm action game on the Switch. Deemo, it's sequel is equally as good, but I haven't spent nearly as much time with that. Now Rayark are releasing their follow up - Cytus Alpha is 200 songs - a mix of J-Pop, J-Rock and electronica - where you tap circles in time to the rhythm. Which makes it sound a little like a certain old forum favourite - Ouendan - just with less dancing cheerleaders.
It's also the first Rayark Switch release to get a physical version. A collectors edition with a CD soundtrack is out tomorrow. Base.com are selling it for £34.85 https://www.base.com/buy/product/cytus-alpha-collectors-edition-nintendo-switch/dgc-cytaphns.htm
Anyway, my physical version has been dispatched so if anybody other than me is interested in impressions, I'll be happy to post them when it arrives.