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Elite Beat Agents

Released on 13 July 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

5.0 out of 5 (27 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Unleash the beat and solve the world's problems through the power of music!

The public knows of government agencies like the FBI and CIA, but little is known of this super-secret agency. Code-named Elite Beat Agents, these men in black are heroes' heroes and the coolest group of guys this world has ever known. Of course, according to official records, they do not exist.

Their leader, an ex-CIA agent named Commander Kahn, scans the world for cries of help. When he finds one, he dispatches the agents, who assist their targets by performing a song and dance. The hypnotic nature of their rocking revives the targets with "Groovy" energy that boosts their willpower and helps them overcome their obstacles.
  • As the music plays, players tap the screen, trace rhythmic patterns and keep the beat as the story unfolds on the top screen.
  • Every scene is accompanied by rump-shaking tunes, but players have to keep the Elite Beat Agents grooving. The worse players do, the worse the story might end up.
  • Rhythm games have come and gone, but no one has ever seen anything like the Elite Beat Agents. Whether they're helping a lost dog find its way home or helping a babysitter charm a hunky football player, no crisis is too weird.

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 Average rating (27 reviews)

 If you haven't got it, then AGENTS....ARE....GOOOO!!!

| | See all Hewitt's reviews (4)

I'm not usually a massive fan of rhythm and dance type games, but was strongly recommended to buy it. Needless to say, I'm very glad I did.

The basic story is that whenever someone cries for help to overcome a major problem, the Elite Beat Agents are there to help them overcome it, whether it's to help someone direct a successful film, or to more bizarre problems like helping someone overcome a fire breathing golem.

The concept is very simple. You just tap and slide the numbered circles while spinning a wheel from time to time to the music being played.

It's a very simple game to get into, as you'll eventually begin to time your taps well after only a few goes, and doesn't start off to hard to begin with. However, as you progress, you'll unlock more, harder songs to beat, and eventually unlock harder difficulty levels. When I mean harder difficulty's, I mean MUCH harder. I'm still stuck on the final song on 3 stars, and have heard there is AT LEAST one more harder setting. It's not a game you'll finish in a few days unless you're very quick. This could put some people off mind, but will give many people a good challenge.

It also boasts a good multiplayer, even through one cart. I've only done this via one cart, but this alone was good to play against someone, flowing smoothly without a hiccup on either side.

Lastly to mention is the lovely cutscenes and animation detail before and after each song and cutscenes during the song. All of them are in Japanese style anime (This game is based off the Japanese original after all), and all are worth watching at least once through just for it's weirdness. In fact, it's worthwhile going through each song and purposefully messing up (Having your bar in the 'No' bit). The cutscene is usually humerous to watch. The agents themselves look nice in their 3D models, and dance on the screen fluently with no slowdown at all

Overall, this is a great game that boasts great graphics, very good gameplay, and long lastability IF you challenge the harder difficulty's (Which I'm sure you will). A strong multiplayer to boot makes this a must have title on the DS.

 A stunning rhythm-game

| | See all Alazar's reviews (7)

From the makers of the brilliant Gitaroo Man comes the equally brilliant (and insane) Elite Beat Agents. The concept is simple, yet it's really difficult to master. A recommended title for people who wants a game that's friendly towards pick-up-and-play yet allows hours of fun without boring you.

 Great game - easy to pickup, tough to master!

| | See all EssJayDee's reviews (12)

Had a pleasant surprise when i played this game - i expected it to be good because of the reviews i had read about it, but it turned out that it was even better than i expected.

At first the whole concept of it will be very entertaining - its so crazy and the story lines and animations will really make you laugh (well it made me laugh anyway). Then there's the crazy dance moves that the agents pull in the background, another reason for a good chuckle.

Once you get past the first few levels which are very easy - i started on Cruisin' mode, Breezin' was just too easy - you realise that the actual gameplay becomes very tough and it really is a case of practise makes perfect, but because the songs and beat routines are so varied it doesnt become boring in any way. Each song provides a new challenge in someway which in some cases is a real struggle to overcome!

As users will find the further on in the game you progress the tougher it becomes - in the next level of difficulty some songs are incredibly hard to complete and took lots of practise before getting there, but again it is enjoyable and at no point did i become frustrated.

The most enjoyable part of the game for me though has to be the multiplayer - with the ability for four friends to play with only one game copy it really increases the fun and humour ten fold.

Overall a brillaint game - well thought out and executed that i can see myself having fun with for quite a while to come.

 The most fun you can have with a DS

| | See all tweekish's reviews (4)

I imported this game after many recommendations from other DS owners and I wasnt disappointed. Its bright and colourful with cartoon style panels that tell you why each level is there. You play as the Elite Beat Agents who save the day by dancing. Yes, they dance your blues away!

Getting the hang of the controls is very easy and you can get straight onto tapping away in time to the music. There are a wide variety of songs used; from Jamiroquai to David Bowie via Earth, Wind & Fire.

Great graffics, fun storyline, awesome songs. I cant recommend this game enough!


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This is the one of the most addictive and challenging games on the DS. I bought this game as it had got lots of good reviews and I thought it would be different to the other games in my collection, how right I was it is completely stupid and mental (but in a good way, I asure you) simply it is a rythym game where you have to hit the numbers on the screen at the right time and sometimes slide the stylus or spin it. Warning, you will fear for the DS screens life but just invest in some screen protectors and you don't need to worry. It's surprising how much mileage you get out of the game because when you play it the time just flies by and you find yourself still wanting to finish a level (in the umpteenth try) 2 hours later. I found myself. Switching off then 10 minutes later going back to it! So in a nutshell, enjoy!

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Rating12+ (PEGI)