Some people think that video games can no longer offer us anything new and that they are all very similar to each other. But then, new games like Arcaea come into our hands, a musical bet with a wonderful visual section.
It is true that the starting point of this game is not too original since its system is based on playing the musical notes that "fall" from the top of the screen, in the style of the well-known saga Guitar Hero. This way, you will have to press the notes, leave the finger pressed, or slide it to play each note perfectly. Your score will depend on your accuracy. However, its anime aesthetics submerge you in a different world where what matters is to enjoy the music and this beautiful forgotten world.
A harmony of light awaits you in a lost world of musical conflict.
A beautiful musical experience
In addition to some nice Japanese aesthetic illustrations, we will also enjoy more than 90 songs by over 50 different artists that you must unlock (or buy), including music from popular video games and anime. Each song has three difficulty levels and challenges that increase its complexity as you progress.
On top of that, it also includes a story mode in which two girls wander through a destroyed world in search of fragments of their former self. Without a doubt, with a delicate and beautiful aesthetic, this game is a bet as risky as it is wonderful.