Play Rhythm Heaven Fever early in LA Feb. 10

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Play Rhythm Heaven Fever early in LA Feb. 10
If you're near Los Angeles on February 10, and you're eager to celebrate the upcoming release of Rhythm Heaven Fever, you can party with other like-minded people at the iam8bit gallery.

Nintendo, Giant Robot, and iam8bit are teaming up for a launch event, at which attendees will be able to play the game (with headphones, hopefully!) and pick up custom swag. Go find out who else in the world dares to play a rhythm game about interviewing wrestlers and playing airplane badminton!

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L.A. Consumers to Experience New Rhythm-Based Game for the Wii System with Hands-On Demos and Prize Giveaways on Feb. 10

WHAT: Nintendo is teaming up with iam8bit and Giant Robot to invite consumers to celebrate the release of the Rhythm Heaven™ Fever game for the Wii™ console. With its quirky graphics and catchy music, Rhythm Heaven Fever is the perfect game to bring video game fans and art lovers together.

This party will be open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendees will have the chance to get hands-on time with the game in advance of its Feb. 13 release. In addition guests will enjoy game play, food, beverages and music throughout the evening.

Attendees can also film and submit clips to be included in a special Rhythm Heaven Fever interactive video experience posted at

T-shirts, posters and other premium items customized for the event will be given away while supplies last.

Rhythm Heaven Fever is a unique game that lets players find the beat and prove they've got the groove. With irresistibly catchy music and quirky graphics, the game puts a new spin on more than 50 easy-to-learn, tough-to-master minigames. More information about Rhythm Heaven Fever is available at

WHO: California video game fans and music and art lovers of all ages

WHEN: Friday, Feb. 10
6-10 p.m.

WHERE: iam8bit Gallery
2147 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
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