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Hi-Fi Rush Trailers
Hi-Fi RUSH | Official Gameplay Deep Dive Trailer
Hi-Fi RUSH | Official Launch Trailer
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Critic Reviews for Hi-Fi Rush
Vibrant and self-assured, Hi-Fi rush happily embraces the 00s' cheese - and is all the better for it.
Hi-Fi Rush marches to the beat of its own drum with stunning animation, loveable characters, and stylish rhythmic action that are anything but one-note.
Despite it's killer opening act, Hi-Fi Rush fails to sustain its blend of rhythm and action all the way until the end.
A very welcome surprise, that is one of the most enjoyably unique games on Xbox and one of the best rhythm action games in a very long time 0 as well as having arguably the best cel-shaded graphics ever seen.
Hi-Fi Rush is a harmonious cacophony of raunchy rock 'n' roll and character-driven action
Considering the game was announced and released on the same day, Hi-Fi Rush is easily one of the most surprising games of 2023. Part of that is literal. The other, more important part, is just how good the game is. Hi-Fi Rush finds a magical sweet spot between rhythm games, stylish action, and lighthearted, character-driven platformers we don't see very often anymore, and by every measure, it comes out on top.
Hi-Fi Rush is an excellent break from the norm for the horror buffs at Tango Gameworks, meshing the energetic combat of a character-action brawler with the toe-tapping beats of a stylish rhythm game.
For someone who also works in music journalism, my skills are shaky, to say the least. But, having taken the time to improve these skills, I now feel better equipped to appreciate the game for what it is: a fun, quirky, sometimes weird, and often cheesy critique of capitalism. When I was less focused on how perfectly I was playing, I had a much better time headbanging through each stage. Just give me a wider variety of music next time and I’m sold.