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Tap Tap Revenge: NIN Edition Reviews (iPhone)

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AppVee (Nov 03, 2008)
This is the first edition of Tap Tap Revenge to include all tracks from a major artist. The original version of this game did receive an additional song from the artist Katy Perry but it wasn't a reskinned version of the app. If you're a Nine Inch Nails fan or a Tap Tap Revenge fan just looking for 13 new songs to play through, definitely check out this app.
Macworld (Nov 24, 2008)
There are a couple of things that irritate me about Nine Inch Nails Revenge, and they’re shortcomings shared by its free sibling. The “Challenge a Friend” and “About Nine Inch Nails” buttons in the game quit you out of the game and open up your e-mail client and Safari respectively; I think it’s bad manners for an application to quit without asking you permission first. I also find Tapulous whole user registration system rather obnoxious—I’d prefer to just be able to upload my high scores using an arbitrary user name rather than have the company presumably track what I’m doing with its applications. (The same system is used for Twinkle, Tapulous’ Twitter client for the iPhone). I understand that Tapulous says it won’t use the personal information, but it still seems like an unnecessary hoop to jump.
iPhone Alley (Nov 17, 2008)
Tap Tap Revenge: Nine Inch Nails Edition is a very fun and entertaining game that's sure to keep you tapping at your phone for hours, especially if you're a fan of NIN. There are a couple cons that the developers could easily fix, but the game's value definitely rings out its price if you enjoy the music and liked the original release. If you're not a big fan of NIN's two latest albums, however, you may be better off sticking with Tap Tap Revenge and downloading the weekly new tracks.
AppCraver (Oct 30, 2008)
More and more brands — from movies to musicians to designers — are reaching out to consumers with custom branded iPhone apps. Most of the apps are thinly disguised commercials with little benefit for the average user. Kudos to NIN and the guys at Tapulous for exploring a better way to reach out and creating something that is fun for everyone.
IGN (Nov 07, 2008)
NIN fans will totally dig on this new edition of the very enjoyable Tap Tap Revenge. For five bucks, you get thirteen songs with multiple difficulty levels. The songs sound great -- especially through headphones -- and the game certainly has plenty of NIN vibe thanks to the new trim. Fans, don't hesitate.
MacLife (Nov 06, 2008)
Tap Tap Revenge: NIN Edition is a must own for any NIN fan. Just don't expect any innovations within the core game.