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Music-Rhythm Game Musynx Heads to Switch in Early 2018

PM Studios and Acttil have announced a Nintendo Switch port for the music-rhythm game Musynx.

The I-Inferno developed music-rhythm game will launch for the hybrid console sometime early next year, via both retail stores and the eShop in North America – the European release details are to be confirmed “shortly.”

Developed by Beijing-based studio I-Inferno, the game has been available for iOS and Android, and it includes over 50 songs from a multitude of music genres. The game features typical music-rhythm note hitting mechanics, and various difficulty levels. Downloadable content is planned too.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via PM Studios:


Originally developed and published as a mobile app, Musynx has received overwhelmingly positive reviews and fan feedback from all over the world. PM Studios is now stepping in to help for this Nintendo Switch version to give it an all-new look from the inside out. The game will feature over 50 musical selections at release! Those who played Musynx on mobile are sure to have a familiar, yet totally fresh, experience when it releases on Nintendo Switch in 2018!

Key Features:

  • Switch up the Music! – Rock out to over 50 tracks on Nintendo Switch, featuring genres like pop, rock, trance, R&B, classical, and more!
  • Test Your Rhythm! – Simple yet challenging gameplay will put your rhythm to the ultimate test!
  • Become the Melody Maestro! – Each button press plays part of the song –tapping to the rhythm is the key to a complete musical experience!
  • How Do You Like Your Music? – Easy, Hard, and even “Inferno”–you have full control over how you want to play!
  • Pump Up the Artwork! – Each track has a unique artistic presentation to get you amped up along with the music!
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7 comments
  1. KΛTT
    KΛTT
    November 17, 2017 at 2:07 am

    that’s low, PM Studios.
    What about the PS4 and Vita version? Desperate for money, directly to Switch where people will buy it no matter what, even if they have not played a single rhythm game in their entire lives.

  2. PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    November 17, 2017 at 4:51 am

    I need to check this out on *shudder* Android now. Seems pretty basic. Hopefully the Switch gets some things like Project Diva, Gitaroo Man, or Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan in the near future.

  3. PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    November 17, 2017 at 4:55 am

    I doubt that many rhythm games noobs would be jumping on something so “bland” looking. Throw in Miku or some other anime aesthetics and it would probably be a different story.

  4. KΛTT
    KΛTT
    November 17, 2017 at 5:28 am

    it happened with VOEZ and the sales are good. (this one has some chinese vocaloid stuff and the music it’s great too, songs from M2U and Paul Bazooka are featured)

  5. PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    November 17, 2017 at 5:32 am

    Heh. No kidding. I just got the demo the other day. It does sound great and plays pretty well. I’m going to purchase it. I’m a rhythm vet and very new to the Switch. You think most of those sales were from noobs grasping at anything?

  6. KΛTT
    KΛTT
    November 17, 2017 at 5:46 am

    rhythm game vets could know VOEZ, and everyone know Deemo. that was some sort of a “hook” to get people in the hype train for VOEZ (me included) but, I have seen people showing off their Switch with VOEZ in there. Several with questionable passion for rhythm games. like they just wanted to brag that the Switch was getting games quickly and nothing else. I don’t have a problem with the Switch getting their version, but the PS4 and Vita versions were there already, and a lot of people were asking for a western release, the dev knows that.

  7. PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS
    November 17, 2017 at 5:50 am

    Fanboys showing off titles are all encompassing. It’s not hard to find a few putting over even the most obscure of games. I doubt the majority of its sales were due to them and the reason for the devs/pubs choosing the platform. The Switch got a good rhythm game. Hopefully the other platforms do as well.