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SynopsisAll work and no play? Not for these secret agents. They stomp to the beat of their own drum literally. Their code name: Elite Beat Agents. Leader of the pack, ex-CIA agent Commander Kahn dispatches the heroes in black to answer the world's cries for help. Once victims are spotted, the team of toe-tappers pulls up in its tailor-made Beat Transport, and they perform a song and dance to save the day. Every scene in the animated story is accompanied by rump-shaking tunes and changes according to the strength of the routine. Have you got rhythm? Tap and trace patterns that appear on your screen along with the beat of the song to impress the Elite-o-Meter. Make it through the whole song, and watch one of three endings. Whether you're helping a lost dog find his home or a babysitter charm a hunky football player, no crisis is too weird to boogie down for. Gain groovy energy the more you bust a move, and boost your agent's ability to overcome obstacles. You're the beat master now.
Elite Beat Agents for DS
pros: Addictive (in a good way!); easy and fun
cons: You may be sucked in!!!
Best Game Available!
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pros: Great inspiring stories for each challenge, many unlockable difficulties and contemporary songs.
cons: None, I wish this game never ended. I hope they make a sequel.
Elite Beat Agents Addicts!
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pros: Possibly the best idea for a video game ever, executed well.
cons: Feeling inadequate every time you hear "Jumpin' Jack Flash" in real life.
Here Come the Men in Beat
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pros: Addictive yet surprisingly challenging rhythm-based fun.
cons: Much harder than you'd think; some songs are annoying.
Where the Elite Meet to Keep the Beat!
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