Super Beat Sports

Rating Summary

Based on 19 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

42%

Critics Recommend

Based on 19 critic reviews
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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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5 / 10.0
Dec 2, 2017

Super Beat Sports only really contains one game mode that is really worth playing, with the other four falling between "okay" and "boring".

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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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70 / 100
Nov 27, 2017

While not offering too much from the Apple TV entry, Super Beat Sports is a serviceable rhythm party game. Its simple controls and infectious soundtrack will have you tapping your toes, but a couple of games in the collection might be a bit disappointing to play with friends.

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7.5 / 10.0
Nov 22, 2017

Super Beat Sports is a fun rhythm game that's one of the better co-op and competitive offerings on the Switch. Some game modes may be hit-and-miss, but this is an above-average title. The Whacky Ball and Rhythm Racket modes were the most fun I've had with a local multiplayer in a long time, and I'd recommend the purchase of Super Beat Sports based on those two modes alone.

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7 / 10
Nov 21, 2017

Super Beat Sports casts the player into a world ruled over by inhuman alien lifeforms, obsessed with physical, brutal gladiatorial events under the oppressive droning of a harsh synthetic rhythm, without any explanation of why or how things have come to be this way. Aside from all that though, actually it's really rather cute, the games are fun for newcomers or veterans alike, and the local multiplayer options are top-notch. While score-chasers will find plenty of medals to earn for perfect performances, casual play will end up being pretty repetitious, especially with the lengthy load times. Because of this, even though it's broken up into bite-sized chunks it isn't always an ideal single player experience. We'd still recommend it however, especially at a budget price, so if you're looking for a fun party game to try out then assemble your crew and go whack some spaceballs!

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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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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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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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65 / 100
Nov 15, 2017

I wanted so much more than what I got from this game.

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