R2Beat is Hard to Beat! (In FUN, that is)

The R2Beat controls are simple. Your customizable character is propelled forward and it is up to you to navigate through a series of obstacles and pick ups to maintain your speed. The better you do, the faster you go. The more mistakes you make, the slower and thus farther behind your character becomes. Using your direction pad and control key, you will be able to gain turbo abilities.

he R2Beat controls are simple. Your customizable character is propelled forward and it is up to you to navigate through a series of obstacles and pick ups to maintain your speed. The better you do, the faster you go. The more mistakes you make, the slower and thus farther behind your character becomes. Using your direction pad and control key, you will be able to gain turbo abilities. As I began to play through the tutorials, the complexity of the control combinations increased in difficulty and much to my surprise the much coveted 100% was not easy to obtain.

With roller skates on foot and a continuous rhythmic beat the player is able to jump, duck, and strafe from side to side. Special ramps require double jumps to clear and conclude with starry finesse. Much to my surprise, rail grinds, quarter pipes and spiky pits all were among the list of items I would encounter during the race.

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About Sharon

Sharon is an artist who freelances in illustration, graphics, and web content. Be sure to follow her on twitter @myasharona and catch her as co-host of podcast The DPOD From The D-Pad.

Posted on January 14, 2011, in For GirlGamer.com, PC and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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