Lyrica 2 Media
Critic Reviews for Lyrica 2
I don't have much else to say about Lyrica that I didn't in my review of the first game. The differences between the two of them are so slight, besides the obviously different tracklists, that they are two sides of the same coin. In fact, the physical edition is a bundle of the two of them together, and that only reinforces that perception that Lyrica and its sequel are, really, one product split artificially into two. Given that this particular coin is made out of solid gold, though, I'm not complaining.
Lyrica 2: Stars Align is an excellent addition to the Switch game library. The charming combination of modern music and eastern tradition still is a remarkable feature. Despite a few translation issues reducing the experience quality, the game is a must-have for rhythm game fans and newcomers alike.
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All in all, Lyrica2 is an interesting traditional “Chinese music + Tap Tap Revoluton” blend. The way that this game puts together a lesser explored style of Asian music and brings it into the limelight with a more modern style, especially in rhythm game format, is really interesting. Providing more traditional takes, alongside more modern remixes also allows for the music and the game itself to be more accessible to people who may be turned off by the idea of not understanding most of the words in the songs.