Out of this World Rhythm Game “Spin Rhythm XD” Debuts on PlayStation 4|5

Spin Rhythm XD, the action-packed intergalactic rhythm game with the juiciest beats in the universe, brings the noise to PlayStation 4|5, PSVR2, and Steam VR as a free update on Tuesday, July 9, 2024.

Alongside the new VR and PlayStation launches, developer Super Spin Digital partnered with Chillhop Music to deliver 10 jazzy new tracks and skins in the latest DLC, available on all released platforms. Find the perfect flow with mellow tunes from L’Indecis, Ian Ewing, Eli Way, The Kount, and more. Spin, flick, and tap to head-bopping beats while unlocking DLC exclusive wheel and UI skins.

Enter the Rhythm Dimension in an exciting new way with immersive VR gameplay. Feel the pulse and thump of every note in a body-grooving, rhythm-infused world of sounds and colors. Bump up the volume to master precise movements and timing, syncing up with more than 60 tracks to secure the top spot on the global leaderboards.

Spin to one of five difficulties, mastering rhythm and hand-eye coordination with a comprehensive selection of accessibility options including custom colors, track speeds, visuals, and more. Control each beat and motion with controller support for VR, mouse and keyboard, DualSense (including the touchpad!), Xbox, and for the true DJs out there, actual MIDI DJ turntables (available on PC only).

“When it came to creating the ultimate rhythm game experience, we were excited to introduce Spin Rhythm XD to new consoles and VR headsets,“ said Dave Curro, co-founder of Super Spin Digital. “Music as a medium should be experienced by as many people in as many ways possible. Whether it’s chasing the perfect high score or indulging in a rich audio and visual experience with VR, we made Spin Rhythm XD for you.”

Spin Rhythm XD is currently available on Nintendo Switch, Mac, and PC via Steam with support for English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish languages. For more information on Spin Rhythm XD visit the official website, Twitter and Discord.

Author: Mark Smith
I've been an avid gamer since I stumbled upon ZORK running in my local Radio Shack in 1980. Ten years later I was working for Sierra Online. Since then I've owned nearly every game system and most of the games to go with them. Not sure if 40+ years of gaming qualifies me to write reviews, but I do it anyway.

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