Frederic: Resurrection of Music

Frederic: Resurrection of Music

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Step into Frederic Chopin's shoes in Frederic: Resurrection of Music. Dive into this magical journey as you battle your opponents in musical duels. Play through ten catchy arrangements of Chopin's greatest classics. Laugh till your stomach hurts with an hour of animated comics. Challenge your friends to multiplayer battles and practice your skills to perfection.

  • 10 remixed classical hits
  • 9 locations
  • An hour of animated comics

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1930 MB

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Frederic: Resurrection of Music is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I'll Stick to my Air Guitar While I was very intrigued by the premise of this game (a classical themed Guitar Hero typing tutor with a slight sprinkling of zombie), I was thrown by the very first level of the adventure mode. If given the option on a game, I start on the easiest possible level to see how well the game mechanics handle at the most basic level (a.k.a. it is easier to distinguish between technical troubles and chair-to-keyboard interface troubles). After the opening cut scenes-demonstrating a strange need for animation when the art style of thick, messy hand drawn lines don't lend well to it-we head into the first musical battle against what can be summed up as a blonde man propped up on discarded 80's electronika equipment who seems miffed about you copying his nose job. Then came the actual game play. The keyboard in the foreground was clean and neatly labeled and popped nicely against the background's fidgety graffiti. The notes would come down one of 7 little strings which attached to one of the 7 keys on the keyboard, and you were to press the appropriate key as it slipped over the key and off the keyboard and, presumably, into your lap. There were 2 immediate troubles for me: 1. The strings were all white and curved in towards the keyboard. The odd shift in perspective and the similarities in the string made it difficult to tell which notes are going to what key. This is made doubly difficult with having black keys (thus putting 2 keys very close together) and the background wandering hither, thither and yon. 2. Rather than a slow, but steady, stream of notes hitting you on the first stage, you get a sparse collection of notes followed by an apparent tempo change and a veritable brief landslide of them. This felt like a third or even fourth stage on the "very easy" setting- not the first one.Even if the aforementioned perception shift was added for increased difficulty, the flow of the very first level gives you little time to get accustomed to that challenge-it just makes you stand up in a mini rage and spill all your notes in your lap all over the floor. If the strings were straight and the level more balanced, then this would be a far more enjoyable game, strange animations aside. However, I acknowledge that I do not play rhythm games normally, so if it is something you are well accustomed to and feel that I might perchance be a ninny, then it is worth a look. Even more so for not being the hyperballillionth horror Hidden Object game.
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Only for Experienced Musically Trained To begin with - it would have been nice if "this game is designed to be played with headphones" would have been in the description. I wouldn't have downloaded it as I don't use headphones. But, I soon found out why. The mechanics of the game - how to play - even after reading the instructions (that's right - NO tutorial) were mind-boggling. I felt as though I were muddling through my phone's instruction manual - AAAHHHH. I can't give you the gist of the game other than it played something like Guitar Hero (I watched my son play a lot). And, apparently, you played against another person/villain/musician? I'm sure the instructions made perfect sense to ..... someone - green means no good, blue means maybe good and red is perfect. Seemed backwards to me. It also explained notes - black hit black keys, white hit white keys - notes with tails, notes with colored tails, notes, notes, notes and more notes that fell from the top of screen faster (and smaller) than I knew what to do with - HELP! The beginning opening scene was a fair 5 minutes long - l - o - n - g. You are awakened by a spectral voice telling you to rise and shine, rise and shine. Apparently, you were dead? You certainly were fully clothed. You float up to the sky and descend though a cemetery and STOP - you are at the curb of a very busy street in "PARIS PRESENT DAY" - didn't know we weren't anywhere BUT present day. As you stand there stunned, shocked, can't move and cars are going by, horns honking, food signs flashing, planes flying overhead. At some point you end up in a park and there appear the Muses who have gifts for you - a long conversation ensues and they are on their way for a Greek Salad from a Fast Food Chain - seriously, they said that. THEN, floating out of the sky is someone? Surrounded by musical instruments and what all - I thought it was a DJ. The accent is quite thick and difficult to understand (headphones needed?) but I got that the 2 musicians were going to battle - musically. Told you it was long. There are 4 modes of play from too easy to Chopin. NOT being musically inclined I played too easy - and it still was too hard. Glam-ma says definitely read the reviews, the video is useless, the description even more so. BUT PLEASE NOTE - if you aren't musically inclined, don't understand note A from note B this game is not for you. Probably fun for professional musicians but not us poor old blokes who just love to listen to music. How can I recommend or not recommend a game that's really suited for a small genre of people? There should be a "maybe" button.
Date published: 2014-05-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A musical dud This is everything rythm games should not be. It's boring, repetitive, tiring and impossible to control. The melodies are too simple and way too long. They loop time and time again till they drive you crazy. The control part is what got to me. There is no way you can play it on a computer keyboard. Stick with other Hero type games, cause this is not worth it.
Date published: 2012-12-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from bad beginning movie in the beginning with no opt out . hated it.
Date published: 2012-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I COULD NOT GET THIS AND I HAVE PLAYED MANY! WASTED TOOO MANY MINS JUST LOADING THE GAME! BORING FOR ME.. COULDN'T WAIT TO "DELETE"
Date published: 2012-12-08
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