VOEZ update 1.3.1 for the Nintendo Switch is here, adding controller and docked gameplay support! On top of that, update 1.4 isn’t far off either, with some new songs on the way for free when it releases in February. It’s nice to see VOEZ still getting support and adjustments! Playing the game with a controller will be an interesting change too.
Here’s an overview of the game from its Nintendo page:
VOEZ is played by touching falling notes in time with the music.
Set in a fictional town named “Lan Kong Town”, which is modeled after Yilan in Taiwan, the story is centered around 6 high school students who form a band that eventually achieves international fame.
Gameplay is simple, requiring players to touch vertically falling notes that have hit a bar on the bottom of the screen.
Depending on the song, the number of lanes for the notes increase and shift side to side, making the screen look as if it is dancing to the music.
There are over 100 songs in the library.
Three difficulty levels, “Easy”, “Hard” and “Special” are available.
Players are able to choose difficulty levels according to their skill so they may enjoy all pieces.
VOEZ update 1.4 will add 14 new songs, including the original and exclusive “Kagakusha no Kikan” by Raito. The new additions will bring the game’s total number of songs to 176 – that’s a lot to get on with! Update 1.4 is due out in February with more details to be released at a later date.
VOEZ is available now on Nintendo Switch.
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