When it comes to music and rhythm games the Switch library has been a real mixed bag, both in terms of gameplay styles and musical selections. Lyrica2 falls into the more traditional touch-based camp, and will require pretty dexterous use of two fingers, but is at least playable (though hardly ideal) with a controller. In terms of the music, since it is all in Chinese you may take that into consideration (though, honestly, it isn’t unusual for people not to know the words to their favorite music in English either), but to the game’s credit the tracks do vary in genre quite a bit from ballads to jazz to lighter pop-like fare. Visually, while it’s pretty simple, there’s a beauty to how its indicators float across the screen in synch with the music as well. Whether it’s a fit for any particular gamer would likely vary wildly depending on tastes but I can see a more generally mellow audience enjoying and being at least mildly challenged by it.
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