A total assault on your ears, eyes and reflexes. Thumper will beat you up, but you’ll enjoy it.
Great art and a distinct approach to rhythm action makes this a brilliantly horrible twitch experience.
Thumper’s brutal, breakneck speed and precision-based musical action kept me entranced for all nine of its bizarre, nightmarish stages, which contained enough nuanced high score-chasing tricks to demand several replays already. To really master Thumper’s many layers of rhythm-based mechanisms would take much more time than the 10 or so hours it takes to complete the first time – and that’s a challenge that I eagerly accept.
The best new rhythm action game for years, with a perfect blend of gameplay, music, and a frighteningly oppressive atmosphere.
Steer a metallic beetle down a fast-moving track, avoiding obstacles and collecting doodads along the way
Thumper's unrelenting speed and menacing percussion are overwhelming, seeping into your subconscious in the best way possible.
I'd still recommend Thumper, though. Readily. But I would also advise not to get too wrapped up in fully finishing it. This road is long and winding and brutal. It might just drive you mad.
Everything that originally made Thumper a fantastic game is still here to be found in the Switch version. It's incredibly fun and this time around can be played for both short bursts and long car rides. It's a fantastic addition to the Switch's growing library.
If you’re a fan of rhythm action games, Thumper is amongst the most intense, pure, and singular experiences within the genre, and its release for the PSVR should make it utterly essential for anyone that owns Sony’s headset.
A nice surprise for those who have or have not PS VR. A game as easy to play as deep and extremely addictive.
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