Super Beat Sports

Rating Summary

Based on 19 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

42%

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8 / 10.0
Nov 11, 2017

Beat the Super Sport for sure is to buy the number one, for fans of rhythm games, especially if you have a few friends with whom to play, but if not friends, for the purchase of the game should be more substantial arguments, such as whether to play one? Answer, not so interesting, like a girlfriend, boyfriend or dog. The game supports motion control to play with such control is a pleasure. Again, if you are a big fan of rhythm games, and they are now in short supply, then you can take the game and immerse yourself in this musical extravaganza.

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9 / 10
Nov 12, 2017

Breathe deeply, believe in yourself, and become one with the rhythm. Super Beat Sports is packed with personality and cheerful beats, and, now unshackled from Apple TV, has found a more suitable audience to tap into on Nintendo Switch. Worthy of your time, it presents an unbeatable addition to the Nintendo eShop that, as with its setting, is quite simply out of this world.

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75 / 100
Nov 8, 2017

Super Beat Sports may seem simple on the outside, but once you begin to climb the ladders in each mini-game, the challenge of this rhythm-based game becomes very clear.

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Nov 10, 2017

Harmonix, the fine folks who brought us some of our favorite rhythm games over the years, has a brand new title available on the Nintendo Switch. A cute family friendly rhythm game that brings the rhythm genre to its basics; a fun and easy one to hop into that the whole family can enjoy.

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8.5 / 10.0
Nov 2, 2017

Overall, I really have enjoyed the time I’ve had with Super Beat Sports and would easily recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good rhythm game. There’s a reasonable variety of playstyles, a load of levels to complete (including Pro levels that amp up the challenge substantially), some entertaining unlockable costumes and implements to hit the balls with, and some simple but catchy music that helps you feel the beat. Specifically, though it requires the least sense of rhythm of the bunch I found BuddyBall to be a real highlight and a competitive game my friends and I will likely continue to return to for its variety and creativity. Harmonix has really hit it out of the park with this relatively simple but well-executed collection of mini games!

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6.5 / 10.0
Nov 28, 2017

Super Beat Sports is for sure an homage to Rhythm Heaven but without the amount of variety a game like this should hold for a new console. With a non-memorable soundtrack and repetition of stages with new color schemes is a lazy cop out for trying to add new flavor.

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8.2 / 10.0
Nov 19, 2017

Super Beat Sports is a very enjoyable game packing hours of fun rhythm based battles.

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7.7 / 10.0
Nov 21, 2017

At this point in time, Super Beat Sports is definitely one of the best multiplayer experiences available for Switch.

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6.5 / 10.0
Nov 21, 2017

While many of the modes have multiple single-player challenges to complete, they quickly become repetitive and are missing the charm, range, and cleverness that you might find in a Rhythm Heaven game. This mini-game collection is best when played with friends and family who want to test their reflexes in a musical fashion. It might not be a game you play a lot, but it can provide an hour of fun when you have company over.

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Top Critic

7 / 10
Dec 3, 2017

Those who want their rhythm games to have a high level of challenge, a memorable soundtrack, and more variety in terms of gameplay, stay away from Super Beat Sports. Those who are content with something that's (relatively) cheap, casual-friendly, extremely cute, and fun despite a lack of depth, try out the demo, and if you like what you see (and hear), by all means, feel free to throw your money at it.

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