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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F is a rhythm game and the fifth entry in the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series of Vocaloid rhythm games. It was also the first game in the Project DIVA series to be released in the West. Like the original the game primarily makes use of Vocaloids, a series of singing synthesizer software, and the songs created using these vocaloids, most notably the virtual-diva Hatsune Miku. The game retains the same basic gameplay mechanics from the series albeit with several new changes, most notably the addition of the "Star" symbol to the game's existing symbols of cross, circle, square, triangle and arrows. The "Star" symbol represents the "Scratch" move where instead of pressing the face buttons as usual, players rub the screen or flick the analogue stick, depending on which system is being used. "Chance Time" has been modified from previous installments, with each successful beat filling a star shaped gauge on the bottom left of the screen. When filled, it triggers a final scratch symbol that, if successfully scored, will change the outcome of the scene. Another new mechanic is the "Technical Zone" mechanic. When it occurs during a song, players must maintain an uninterrupted combo within that time limit for bonus points.

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Extend is a rhythm game and an enhanced version of the 2010 title, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd. Like the original the game primarily makes use of Vocaloids, a series of singing synthesizer software, and the songs created using these vocaloids most notably the virtual-diva Vocaloid Hatsune Miku. The gameplay remains the same as in the previous game, but Extend features a larger set of songs and modules. Similar to past games in the series, a companion game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater Extend was released on the PlayStation 3 with improved visuals and it also supports stereoscopic 3D for the first time in the series.

Hatsune Miku and Future Stars: Project Mirai is a rhythm game and a spin-off of the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series of Vocaloid rhythm games. Like the original the game primarily makes use of Vocaloids, a series of singing synthesizer software, and the songs created using these vocaloids most notably the virtual-diva Vocaloid Hatsune Miku. The game features different character designs than the main games and the characters appear as their Nendoroid-style, Super deformed versions. For the game's primary gameplay, its music mode, it uses what it calls the "Chance Circle System". Buttons will appear around the border of a circle, and a pointer will appear from the center of the circle extending all the way outside the circle's border. It will then turn in a clockwise or counter-clockwise manner according to the song and when the pointer passes the button, the player has to press the face button on the 3DS. Similar to the series, the player's time accuracy will also be rated on a similar scale and manner that will be displayed on the bottom of the screen. In addition the game does not feature the Edit Mode of the Project DIVA series, while the DIVA Room Mode is replaced by the game's My Room mode whereby players similarly get to interact with their modules in a room.

Just Dance brings the best hits like “Blame” by Calvin Harris Ft. John Newman and “Uptown Funk” by Marc Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars to dance and sing along to, with the usual golden treasures like “Let’s Groove” by Equinox Stars that makes Just Dance a must-have to play with friends and family! No additional device is required, with the free Just Dance Controller App to play and use your smartphone as a controller! Discover Just Dance Unlimited, the new subscription streaming service to play your favorite hits from past Just Dance games (accessible on Wii U, PS4, XboxOne).

The ultimate version of Sega's psychodelic rail-shooter adventure Rez, fully remastered and evolved, including VR support and additional new content, all by members of the original development team

In Winx Club Rockstars the fairy friends head out on a new kind of adventure, swapping their magic for guitars and microphones and whipping up a fairy rock star frenzy on stage. Fans will be able to play their favorite Winx Club fairy, choose one of four musical instruments to rock out with, and practice more than 12 exclusive Winx Club songs as they aim for the big time. Mastering the rhythmic gameplay and hitting high scores gives players the chance to style and customize their characters to make an even bigger splash when they're under the lights.

SongPop 1 is a head-to-head music trivia game. The free App was released in May 2012 by FreshPlanet, a venture-backed, NYC–based startup. It is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Facebook. By 2015, the app had been downloaded 100 million times.

In July 2015, SongPop 2, featuring over 100,000 songs and 1,000 curated playlists, was released. SongPop 2 is free-to-play with in-app purchases.

The game is played much like the popular TV show "Name That Tune." After selecting a themed playlist, five songs are played. Players compete against each other to be the first to select the correct song title or artist from a choice of four. iTune links are provided for each song.[5] In SongPop 2, users can play alone for the first time, competing against a computer-controlled opponent.

Prepare for sound. Prepare for music. Prepare to generate. Whether you're a superstar DJ or just starting out, MTV Music Generator™2 is all you need to create killer tunes in minutes. From the makers of MTV Music Generator™, it's music creation of PlayStation®2. It's easy. It's awesome.

DJ - Decks & FX is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Relentless Software and published by SCEE, which was released in Europe in 2004.

Electroplankton is an interactive music video game for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. It allows the player to interact with animated plankton and create music through one of ten different plankton themed interfaces. The first-run edition of Electroplankton in Japan came bundled with a set of blue colored ear bud headphones. The game offers two game modes: Performance and Audience. The Performance mode allows the user to interact with the plankton through use of the stylus, touchscreen, and microphone. Audience mode simply allows the user to put down the system and enjoy a continuous musical show put on by all of the plankton, although the user can interact with the plankton just like in Performance mode. Audience mode is like a demo mode in some other games.

Guitar Hero Live is an upcoming music game and will serve as a reboot of the Guitar Hero franchise, being the first new entry in the series since Warriors of Rock in 2010. Guitar Hero Live will introduce major changes to the core gameplay and experience of the Guitar Hero franchise, including a revamped guitar controller with a new, 6-button layout, a new in-game presentation style that utilizes full motion video, simulating a real-world concert setting from the perspective of the guitarist, and a new Guitar Hero TV mode to encompass multiplayer and curated playlists in the style of television music channels.