It’s hard to ignore the flaws and genericness that is present in MUSYNX. While it’s an average rhythm game to pickup on the Nintendo Switch if you’re looking for something to mindlessly pass the time, the average gamer is not going to find any enjoyment out of this whatsoever.
MUSYNX is a quirky music game with oodles of content. It could have benefited from more thought put into the controls and scoring, and the corny presentation and soundtrack won’t appeal to everyone, but diehard rhythm fans will lap this up.
Musynx shamelessly copies the formula of hitting falling notes to create a song as you go, but that's hardly a bad thing, even if it lacks innovation and the style of its predecessors. What it lacks in creativity, it makes up for with the breadth and depth of a massive, unprecedentedly varied soundtrack.
If you are into basic music/rhythm games of the Guitar Hero ilk, this is an easy recommendation, especially if you’re keen on K-POP, J-POP and/or trance music. Those expecting more of a Western-tinged set list or craving more in-depth gameplay may want to give this a second thought however.
Overall, if you’re down for some very challenging play and an absolute avalanche of tracks to play through MUSYNX is a fair choice. It’s greatest strength is going a more traditional route and nailing the implementation, but if you’re looking for something a little different it may disappoint. Regardless, it is a well-implemented and polished title that will offer hours of enjoyment to music and rhythm game lovers.
MUSYNX is a solid rhythm-action title for the Switch. The traditional genre gameplay appeals well to casual and hardcore fans. Though somewhat flawed, MUSYNX is a polished product that feels satisfying and addictive.
MUSYNX is a solid, straightforward rhythm game that's super fun to play with tons of songs, great music, and has awesome visuals with minimal flaws overall.