Theatrhythm: Final Bar Line
After nearly nine years, Theatrhythm returns with more Final Fantasy rhythm game action featuring over 500 songs and over 100 characters that celebrate the 35-year history of the franchise.
Guitar Hero: Van Halen
The third band-specific Guitar Hero offering from Activision, Guitar Hero: Van Halen allows you to play as America's greatest hard rock band.
Fuser allows players to remix elements of popular licensed songs, collaborate with other players, and share their creations online.
Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance!
A simple arcade rhythm game for girls, featuring a collectible card system for changing the protagonists' appearances.
A PS1 rhythm game where you conduct a classical orchestra. It was originally had two separate simultaneous releases ("pp Pianissimo" and "ff Fortissimo") with different tracklists before being bundled together a year later.
Guitar Hero 5
The fifth game in the core Guitar Hero franchise, and the third in the series from Activision and Neversoft. Though the game goes by the Guitar Hero moniker, it features full-band gameplay like its predecessor, Guitar Hero World Tour.
Band Hero is a spinoff game of the Guitar Hero series by Activision released for the Xbox 360 Playstation 3, Wii and Nintendo DS.
Guitar Hero: Metallica
Guitar Hero: Metallica is the second band-specific game in the Guitar Hero franchise. It features 28 songs from the world famous heavy-metal band Metallica, as well as 21 guest acts - picked by Metallica themselves.
JoJo Siwa: Worldwide Party
JoJo Siwa: Worldwide Party is a rhythm game featuring many of the Nickelodeon star's songs.
Rhythm Thief & The Emperor's Treasure
Players must use rudimentary rhythm-based gameplay to help the notorious art thief Raphael deal with a rash of forgeries, avoid the police, and put a stop to the evil plans of a resurrected Napoleon Bonaparte.
DJMAX Respect V
DJMAX Respect V brings 150 new tracks to this installment of the popular rhythm game franchise.
Jewelpet: Kawaii Mahō no Fantasy
The first game based on the toyline that was created as a joint venture between Sega Toys and Sanrio.
KORG M01 is a music workstation based off of the world's first widely known workstation, the KORG M1 which came out in 1988. Originally released only at the Amazon Japan as a boxed product, it is now coming to 3DS eShop in Japan in May and to the rest of the world in Summer 2013.
A touch-based rhythm arcade game from the studio behind the Pump It Up series. It uses a circular touchscreen where the outside is a ring controller that can be rotated.
Tetote x Connect
A rhythm-based arcade game by Taito, where players tap and swipe on a large touchscreen along with both the music and the movement of the life-sized character on the other side of the screen.
Otoca ♥ Doll
An arcade rhythm game where magical idols dance to gain energy to battle rival idols. It uses a trading card system similar to Oreca Battle (and also shares the same chassis type).
Disney Magic Castle: Kirakira Shiny ★ Star
A rhytm-based arcade game based on the Disney Magic Castle series, allowing players to change their avatar's costume using trading cards. It is unique for its gashapon-connected chassis that can dispense a unique key-shaped toy to save character data. It was later discontinued on May 2019.
Data Carddass Dorifesu!
An arcade idol-based rhythm game that also uses trading cards. It is based on the Dorifesu! / Dream Festival! mobile game and anime and was later discontinued on March 28, 2018.
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith puts the player in the shoes of the rock group as they evolve from unknowns to rock superstars. In a guitar hero game dedicated to the band that is Aerosmith!