Rhythm Game 'Voez' Is Coming To Switch

By Hazel Wright , Feb 23, 2017 09:56 AM EST

Due to the Nintendo Switch's vast array of titles, good reviews, and ever growing fans; more and more games are making their way to the platform. May it be an earlier Playstation 4 exclusive or Xbox One exclusive game. Lately, mobile game makers are also looking at the potential of the console for their own games. And with this, the latest addition to Switch makes it way.

Voez Is Launching To The Switch

Japanese magazine Famitsu, released an issue this month confirming that Voez is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Siliconera reports that Flyhigh Works confirmed the news.

Voez, a popular rhythm game for the mobile, involves players tapping to different songs. As they finish each song, the characters and the story unfolds. The players follow Chelsea, a girl who loves singing. Because of an event, she found herself and her friends deciding to pursue their dreams of being a band "VOEZ." The band faces challenges as they go on together, but they always try their best.

Voez Game mechanics

Voez is a rhythm game, so players can expect a lot of tapping. During the game's musical parts, the screen is filled out into lanes. Song icons drop from the top of the screen, and from there, you can choose which song to play. In the game, you build up your score by holding, swiping and tapping notes.

Gematsu shares that the game will be featuring over 100 songs from Japanese and Taiwanese composers. Difficulty can be adjusted from Easy, Hard or Special. So even if you're not a master tapper or new to the series; it won't be very difficult.

Voez is to be released on the Nintendo Switch Nintendo eShop in Japan in March. As for now, the game can be downloaded on mobile on any IOS and Android devices.

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