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The 20 greatest rhythm games we've ever played

By Jack Yarwood

Admit it - you love a good rhythm game. You went mad for them as a kid, and their absence from your week has made your life considerably duller.

The rhythm genre is absolutely stacked with fantastic games; from guitar shredders to body poppers, they hold the power to unite a room; they’re some of the most engaging games to play locally with your friends, and also pack a significant challenge on single-player.

But which rhythm games are the best of the bunch? These are. 

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