Before Rhythm Games Were In Vogue, Le Concert Made Players A Conductor

By Spencer . December 6, 2010 . 11:35pm

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Way before living rooms were littered with plastic music instruments, Triggerheart Exelica developer Warashi created a rhythm game where you’re a conductor.


Le Concert Pianissimo stars Rene and you help her conduct songs by pressing buttons at the right time. Her brother, Bedrick, is the main character in Le Concert Fortissimo. While the gameplay is the same in both PsOne titles, the two stories crossover.


GungHo re-released both games on PlayStation Network in the Game Archives section. Each one has the standard price of 600 yen ($7.25).


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Marvelous also released My Home Dream, a where you can design your dream house by placing sofas and tables.


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  • puchinri

    Wow, that’s schway~.

    I immediately think of Nodame. >u<
    Do you get to play as Chiaki and conduct in the Nodame game…?

    I think more music games should let you be the conductor.

    …Has anyone played th La Corda d'Oro? I hear you actually have to play through the music part? Is it fun?

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