Rhythm Heaven, known as Rhythm Tengoku in Japan and as Rhythm Paradise in Europe, is a rhythm series made by Nintendo. The series debuted in 2006 when it released exclusively in Japan on the Game Boy Advance. The games are about the player being able to keep up with the rhythm of a song using visual and audio cues throughout the level. Starting with the second title, the series started to release worldwide one year after the Japanese release. As of December 2019, the Rhythm Heaven franchise has sold 5.15 million copies worldwide.
|2011||Wii||Rhythm Heaven Fever||0.842*|||
|2015||3DS||Rhythm Heaven Megamix||1.00|||
- * identifies VGChartz numbers
- Rhythm Heaven Fever - 0.722 (JPN) [Famitsu], 0.12 (NA/Other) [VGChartz], N/A (EU) [Currently no European sales number available]
- Rhythm Heaven Megamix was only released digitally outside of Japan and Europe.
- Games Data Library
- 2020CESAゲーム白書 (2020 CESA Games White Paper). Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association. 2020. ISBN 978-4-902346-42-8.
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