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Shinji Mikami’s next game, Hi-Fi Rush is out on Xbox Game Pass today

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Hi-Fi Rush, the next game from Tango Gameworks has been announced – and it’s out today.Revealed during Xbox and Bethesda‘s Developer Direct, the game will release on Xbox Series consoles, Xbox Game Pass and PC later on Wednesday.Hi-Fi rush is a rhythm action game in which the aim is to time attacks to the beat in order to do more damage.“You play as Chai, a wannabe rockstar and victim of a corporate experiment who can feel the rhythm of the world, pulsing to the game’s soundtrack,” according to the game’s reveal video.“Hi-Fi Rush features a killer mixtape of both licensed and original songs to tap your toes (or if you prefer, bang your head) to, each synced to their own levels in the game,” a press release adds.“The maladjusted megacorp after Chai would sooner swallow nails than let a single supposed defect ruin their bottom line.“With the help of some newfound allies, however, Chai may just have what it takes to rumble his way up the corporate ladder, with each department culminating in a cinematic face-off with its boss – complete with their own musical track.”In addition to the base Hi-Fi Rush game, a Deluxe Edition is also available to purchase, which adds:Last year, Tango Gameworks founder Shinji Mikami first said he wanted the Ghostwire Tokyo developer towork on smaller and non-horror games in the future.Speaking in an issue of Famitsu the veteran game developer said that he wanted people to stop associating the studio with a single genre, and that there were plans to make non-horror games in the future.“I hope to eventually change the image that Tango Gameworks currently has,” Mikami explained in the interview. “At the moment, we are still seen as a studio that specialises only in survival horror.“Of course, it’s

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