Pinky Street: Kira Kira * Music Hour is a rhythm action game, based on a series of three touch panels for you to interact with as the beat rolls by. You hold the Nintendo DS™ sideways, with the touch panel on one side for gameplay and the other side showing a full-body view of your dancer and her competition. Your movements will be completed with your stylus.
Up top is a meter showing the song's beat and one of three color blips for an upcoming beat. That color will light up one of the three touch panels when it reaches the beat, and you must take action in that panel to hit the note. Sometimes the note will be just a single tap, other times it will light up with arrows that you must stroke for the music hit. Build your "Rainbow" combos and beat your opponent on the dance floor either in single player or multiplayer mode.
The game also contains a full story mode to play through. Included in this is a large mall town to explore, with several points of interest for your smiley-faced female dancing idol. You can go shopping for outfits for her or visit clubs to play games. There's even a cute photo booth for fashion-crazy girls (and pervy boys) where your 3D character will strike a number of poses as you take pictures of her.
Pinky Street: Kira Kira * Music Hour for Nintendo DS™ is shipping today as standard version (US$ 48.90) and First Print Limited Edition (US$ 59.90), which includes a figure of the game's main character. The latter has only arrived in limited quantities today, but more supply is confirmed later this week, covering all remaining preorders as well as new orders.
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