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Parent reviews for Beat Fever

Common Sense says

Fun yet flawed music game has hit songs, but easy to cheat.
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age 7+
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Parent Written bymarcin November 19, 2017

Game Breaking issues, breech of privacy and toxic community

This was a great concept. Initially it played well, however each patch introduced more and more errors, some of which were exploitable by players. As some players enjoy a privileged relationship with the developers by way of being part of the beta testing, many did not face consequences and continue to dominate the player vs player aspects of the game. Rather than address some errors, developers continue to add features that players have not asked for. Errors range from connectivity issues to tap sensitivity to difficulty errors and songs failing when they haven't - losing lives. The player vs player utility is undermined by both the errors and the selective application of punishment against violations of the terms of service. The game is free to play but is what is commonly referred to as pay to win, however money invested in resources for playing the game will go to waste due to the bugs. The last patch linked players facebook profiles with the live server, this included not only their profile picture but their full name - this erroneously could not be turned off exposing all players to a serious betrayal of privacy. If you value your privacy do not let your children play this game.

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