Tetote x Connect
A rhythm-based arcade game by Taito, where players tap and swipe on a large touchscreen along with both the music and the movement of the life-sized character on the other side of the screen.
Otoca ♥ Doll
An arcade rhythm game where magical idols dance to gain energy to battle rival idols. It uses a trading card system similar to Oreca Battle (and also shares the same chassis type).
Disney Magic Castle: Kirakira Shiny ★ Star
A rhytm-based arcade game based on the Disney Magic Castle series, allowing players to change their avatar's costume using trading cards. It is unique for its gashapon-connected chassis that can dispense a unique key-shaped toy to save character data. It was later discontinued on May 2019.
Data Carddass Dorifesu!
An arcade idol-based rhythm game that also uses trading cards. It is based on the Dorifesu! / Dream Festival! mobile game and anime and was later discontinued on March 28, 2018.
Guitar Hero: Metallica
Guitar Hero: Metallica is the second band-specific game in the Guitar Hero franchise. It features 28 songs from the world famous heavy-metal band Metallica, as well as 21 guest acts - picked by Metallica themselves.
Guitar Hero: Van Halen
The third band-specific Guitar Hero offering from Activision, Guitar Hero: Van Halen allows you to play as America's greatest hard rock band.
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith puts the player in the shoes of the rock group as they evolve from unknowns to rock superstars. In a guitar hero game dedicated to the band that is Aerosmith!
SingStar Pop Hits
The eighth installment of the SingStar franchise, featuring songs from the top of the charts by Nelly Furtado, Norah Jones, Lily Allen, Corinne Baily Rae and more.
Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master!
The first entry in the Taiko no Tatsujin franchise to ever launch on Xbox and Windows PC platforms.
Hotel Transylvania Popstic
Hotel Transylvania Popstic is developed by Specular Theory and published by Specular Theory/Sony Pictures Virtual Reality. Based on Specular Theory's music/rhythm game play and making use of their Popstic accessory for the HTC Vive wands, the game initially started out as an arcade only release and eventually transformed into a home release as well.
A karaoke game for the Nintendo Wii, later also released through WiiWare. While the physical release includes 70 songs, the game also offered a catalogue of over 30,000 songs, which players could rent access to.
Hatsune Miku VR
Hatsune Miku is on stage in VR. The objective is to catch the musical notes with the glow sticks in pursuit of the perfect score.
Boogie is a karaoke and dancing game originally released on the Wii. The game features nearly forty songs from the 1970s through the 2000s.
Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime!
Sequel to 2008's Taiko no Tatsujin Wii. Features new modes of play and for the first time on console, full versions of songs (Ura).
AVICII Invector is a rhythm game developed in collaboration with Swedish EDM producer Avicii.