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  • Summary: Audica is a VR rhythm shooter from Harmonix, the makers of Rock Band and Dance Central. Armed with a pair of rhythm blasters, shoot and smash targets to the beat of a soundtrack that features songs from some of the world’s most popular artists.
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  1. Nov 15, 2019
    A stylish combo of shooter and rhythm game, that will challenge as well as mesmerize you after you familiarized yourself with the concept.
  2. Nov 15, 2019
    Though the environments offer intriguing ethereal backdrops to fire from, they're a bit busier than we’d like. Once in a while you’ll lose track of the notes because the environments may briefly draw your attention from the song. In fact, apart from a disorienting moment where the game briefly freezes upon completing every song, this is the game’s only flaw. The difficulty ramps up well, shooting notes is rewarding and satisfying, and you’ll find yourself wanting to go back again and again.
  3. 80
    As expected, Harmonix's take on VR-powered rhythm action has a lot going for it thanks to smart gameplay and very accurate controls. All of which makes Audica a game that could be a party favourite as well as a single-player obsession.
  4. 70
    Following the breakout success of Beat Saber, Harmonix are no longer the trendsetters in rhythm games. Audica clearly takes influence from the popular VR note-slasher while differentiating itself with shooting mechanics. Unfortunately, said mechanics don’t fit quite as well into the rhythm format. But a chunky setlist makes Audica worth checking out when you tire of its mêlée-focused rival.
  5. Dec 6, 2019
    With Audica, Harmonix has taken a shot at reclaiming the rhythm action crown. It touts a challenging lineup of stages matched by a strong song roster yet feels boxed in by its shooting range premise.
  6. Dec 6, 2019
    There's a lot that's simply, innately cool about Audica's concept, the very idea of using weapons to make music, but once you reach a certain level of proficiency, the enjoyment dries up faster than it should.
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