Archive for the ‘Arcade music’ category

Konami’s new bemani game: Reflec Beat

June 26, 2010

We first heard about Konami’s latest addition to their line-up of bemani games some time ago but despite a number of location tests in Japan, they did a pretty good job of preventing any pictures or video of the game from getting out onto the internet. Fortunately that information embargo on the new Reflec Beat has come to an end as Dasbacon of Bemanistyle.com has posted a video of the game in action. There is no question that the game has DJ Max Technika in it’s sights, with greater focus on reflexive action than other finger music games I have seen. See for yourself in the video below – Reflec Beat seems destined to be one of those games you’ll only see as a special import out of Japan on a rare occasion but you never know.

[More info @ Bemanistyle.com]

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Konami's new bemani game: Reflec Beat

June 26, 2010

We first heard about Konami’s latest addition to their line-up of bemani games some time ago but despite a number of location tests in Japan, they did a pretty good job of preventing any pictures or video of the game from getting out onto the internet. Fortunately that information embargo on the new Reflec Beat has come to an end as Dasbacon of Bemanistyle.com has posted a video of the game in action. There is no question that the game has DJ Max Technika in it’s sights, with greater focus on reflexive action than other finger music games I have seen. See for yourself in the video below – Reflec Beat seems destined to be one of those games you’ll only see as a special import out of Japan on a rare occasion but you never know.

[More info @ Bemanistyle.com]

Soundtrack for Sega’s Dynamite Deka EX (aka Asian Dynamite)

October 29, 2007

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While I haven’t heard of Sega’s newest NAOMI based 3D fighter showing up in any arcades in the States yet(I know it’s shown up in some venues in Europe however), it’s still a game I hope to play soon – even if I have to end up importing it. I do hope Sega brings a brawler game to the Lindbergh platform though – brawlers were made for arcades and I miss seeing them and playing new ones.

Anyways, if you happen to be interested in Asian Dynamite or have a had a chance to play it and listen to the soundtrack, you soon will be able to own the said track. There are a total of 45 tracks (they must be rather short) and it goes on sale in Japan on November 29th for about 2,525 yen.

[Asian Dynamite Soundtack @ Sega Direct] [Discuss on the Forum]

Soundtrack for Sega's Dynamite Deka EX (aka Asian Dynamite)

October 29, 2007

asiandyna.jpg

While I haven’t heard of Sega’s newest NAOMI based 3D fighter showing up in any arcades in the States yet(I know it’s shown up in some venues in Europe however), it’s still a game I hope to play soon – even if I have to end up importing it. I do hope Sega brings a brawler game to the Lindbergh platform though – brawlers were made for arcades and I miss seeing them and playing new ones.

Anyways, if you happen to be interested in Asian Dynamite or have a had a chance to play it and listen to the soundtrack, you soon will be able to own the said track. There are a total of 45 tracks (they must be rather short) and it goes on sale in Japan on November 29th for about 2,525 yen.

[Asian Dynamite Soundtack @ Sega Direct] [Discuss on the Forum]