not necessarily a top 10 but I guess a list of sick rhythm games
asian exclusive. this game might look like you'd find it in a chuck e cheese's but I can reassure you that this game is balls to the fucking wall hard. with massive rainbow buttons the only way to play is to smack with your palms and even your elbows when needed—how the fuck else can you hit more than 4+ keys at the same time if they're spread the fuck out? arguably, this game is even fucking harder than cockmania 2dix just for the fact playing this is painfully draining. I gotta say though, having the opportunity to play this shit every year at anime north, this game is really fucking fun. if I could get the game software itself and run it smoothly, I would buy the $259 controller to play this game.
arguably the hardest rhythm game ever. almost all machines in north america are privately owned, with a couple public locations—canada unfortunately no longer has one. not only do you have to learn 7keys, you have a fucking turntable scratch which you can only hit one of two ways: your pinky or your wrist. if that wasn't enough, there's a fucking doubles mode with 14keys and 2 turntables. how.
there exists a computer version called bms/lunatic rave 2 but basically without a controller it's not the same. people do play with keyboard, although asians (mainly japan and korea) absolutely obliterate this game. hands down the best keysmashers in the universe play this game and some of the shit these asians do is absolutely unbelievable and this is coming from a guy that smashes no more than 6 keys. the japanese and koreans that dominate bms/lr2 are in no way shape or form human, they are definitely aliens from another universe.
it's possible to get the game software and even a decent controller to play cockmania at home, but this game is quite the investment in itself with having a steep and massive learning curve.
vancouver is the only place in canada with a machine, other than that there are very few machines in america—most of the machines are in asia quite obviously. basically you hit approaching lights on the 16 keys, but it gets harder and faster with more consecutive keys you gotta mash. finger stretching madness.
DJ Max Dicknika 3
GTA has 2 machine locations: pacific mall and playdium. touchscreen game where you just follow the timeline and tap and hold the notes that correspond to the music. it's actually a pretty easy game to pick up if you want a smooth learning curve, although it obviously gets pretty hard. there is also both an android and ios app called technika Q which you can try out, although it's something you should play on a tablet device.
Cock Voltex Booth
konami's newest rhythm game and asian country exclusive. imagine playing 4key stepmania but with the addition to turning dials/knobs to the music as if you're mixing like a shitty DJ. it sounds stupid but this game is actually really fucking fun, watch some vids.
asian exclusive. touchscreen game where you tap orbs approaching bottom receptors. there is actually an ios app (rip) which is the same thing but you have to buy song packs.
Pump Dick Up
how to make dance games even more complicated than it already is. machine location at playdium and several other places—it's easier to find a pump machine than itg now owned.
Dick Dick Revolution 2013
tfw DDR is relevant again. 2013 version is asian exclusive pretty much.
In The Cocks
only with modded pads and custom song packs/themes added, otherwise it absorbs. public machine locations are hard to find because the majority are privately owned and this game is dead. machine locations in the GTA that still exist: thai's basement (lol), cineplex @ orion gate, pacific mall, hamilton, and a couple others.
asian exclusive. you basically wave your arms to patterns to anime songs.