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Unison: Rebels of Rhythm & Dance

Unison: Rebels of Rhythm & Dance

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Tecmo

Unison: Rebels of Rhythm & Dance (sometimes known as simply Unison) is a rhythm video game released for the PlayStation 2 in 2000 which featured unique controls and, at the time, beautiful graphics for its genre of game. It is heavily inspired by J-pop, anime and the formation of musical girl groups.

UltraStar

UltraStar

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux

Publishers: STERGAMES

UltraStar est un jeu vidéo musical gratuit, clone de SingStar. Il est disponible pour les plates-formes Windows, Mac et Linux. C'est un jeu de karaoké, qui se joue à l'aide d'un microphone. Le jeu peut prendre en charge deux micros simultanément. Il suffit pour cela que le joueur dispose soit de deux cartes son, soit d'un doubleur de prise micro.

UmJammer Lammy

UmJammer Lammy

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Sony Computer Entertainment

UmJammer Lammy (ウンジャマ・ラミー, Un Jama Ramī) est un jeu vidéo de rythme développé par NanaOn-Sha et édité par Sony Computer Entertainment, sorti en 1999 sur PlayStation. La version PlayStation a été réédité en téléchargement sur PlayStation 3 et PlayStation Portable via le PlayStation Network en 2007.

Ultimate Band

Ultimate Band

Platforms: Wii,Nintendo DS

Publishers: Disney Interactive Studios

Ultimate Band is a music video game for the Nintendo DS & Wii. It is developed by Fall Line Studios, and published by Disney Interactive Studios.

Utacchi

Utacchi

Platforms: Nintendo DS

Publishers: Konami

Utatchi (うたっち) is a rhythm video game developed and published by Konami for the Nintendo DS handheld game console in 2010, and it was released only in Japan. It is credited as a release under the Pop'n Music brand. The game plays with the DS held "book style" and the player interacts with falling notes using the stylus. The name 'Utachi' is a portamento of the Japanese words uta, meaning 'song', and tachi, a loan word from English meaning 'touch'.