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  • Summary: Deemo: The Last Recital is a rhythm music game in which the player must hit notes to the melody of the music. Enjoy the storytelling as well as tons of DLC content. []
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  1. Jul 2, 2017
    Deemo is a worthy addition to the Vita’s growing collection of music games.
  2. May 24, 2017
    There are pros to picking up Deemo: The Last Recital on Vita. This single purchase opens you up to tons of what the mobile game has to offer without any need of DLC purchases. The width of the Vita itself, however, might inhibit comfortable gameplay for some out there when compared to thinner smartphone screens. No matter which version you play, though, there’s still some gameplay design decisions which don’t make total sense to music game fans. Fortunately, the highly varied soundtrack makes grinding mostly bearable as players pursue growing a magical tree to its fullest. In a rhythm gaming dearth, Deemo: The Last Recital stands as an imperfect, but mostly enjoyable, title to spend time with.
  3. May 16, 2017
    If it wasn’t for this perplexing progression choice made by the developers, and if the story of Deemo: The Last Recital played out at the pace it should, the game would be easy to recommend. In fact, if you love rhythm games, ignore the score below and pick it up for yourself because the music selection is outstanding overall and who knows when next we’ll get something else like it. But know the game isn’t nearly as good as it should be and you may spend far more time than you want repeating the same songs just to advance.
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  1. Dec 28, 2017
    If you enjoy Deemo on your phone, this is definitely a worthy pick for your PS Vita. The new cutscenes and voice acting make it all the moreIf you enjoy Deemo on your phone, this is definitely a worthy pick for your PS Vita. The new cutscenes and voice acting make it all the more interesting to play. The song selection is brilliant, and I love how detailed the game is. When you touch a note, a piano note plays on top of the track. The actual piano track also plays in the background, and it's displayed at the bottom of the screen. The game looks great and plays great. However, there's also a downside; even if you buy this game instead of playing it for free or paying a couple of bucks on your phone (It's about 18 USD in the PS Store), you don't get any of the purchasable DLCs, so you have to spend a LOT of money to get the whole collection (like in the mobile version).

    Overall, though, it's a worthy buy if you enjoy rhythm games. And piano.