Elite Beat Agents

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Elite Beat Agents
Developer iNiS
Publisher Nintendo
System Nintendo DS
Release Date US November 6, 2006
AU May 3, 2007
EU July 13, 2007
KO October 11, 2007
Genre Rhythm
Rating ESRB: E10+

Elite Beat Agents is a rhythm game for the Nintendo DS. In Korea, the game is called Dowajweo! Rhythm Hero. The idea for the game came after surprisingly high import rates for Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan. Afraid that the Japanese culture references would be lost on the Western audience, they made Elite Beat Agents for the Western market. In an effort to give the game more attention to an expanded audience, Nintendo marketed the game under it's Touch Generations label.



The Elite Beat Agents are members of a government agency for helping people out. When someone is at the end of their rope and yells for help, the Elite Beat Agents appear. They help indirectly by motivating the person with their singing and dancing.


The game is made up of different episodes. In each episode, there is a person who needs help. The Elite Beat Agents motivate him with song and dance.

On the bottom screen, various markers appear. The player must tap, drag, or spin the markers in time to the music to keep the Elite Meter up. If the Elite Meter is empty, the player has failed that stage. Each stage has several different endings depending on how well the player did.

The game tracks the players high score on each stage as well as giving them a cumulative rank. There are unlockable stages for those who achieve a certain rank.

The game also uses the Wi-Fi connect for a Multiplayer Mode. Players can compete or work together.


  1. "Walkie Talkie Man" - Steriogram (Covered by Jason Paige)
  2. "Makes No Difference" - Sum 41 (Covered by Vinn Lombardo)
  3. "Sk8er Boi" - Avril Lavigne (Covered by Angela Michael)
  4. "I Was Born to Love You" - Queen (Covered by Paul Vican)
  5. "Rock This Town" - Stray Cats (Covered by Mark Latham)
  6. "Highway Star" - Deep Purple (Covered by Kaleb James)
  7. "YMCA" - Village People (Covered by TC Moses)
  8. "September" - Earth, Wind, and Fire (Covered by TC Moses)
  9. "Canned Heat" - Jamiroquai (Covered by Jason Paige)
  10. "Material Girl" - Madonna (Covered by Melissa Garber)
  11. "La La" - Ashlee Simpson (Covered by Laura Jane)
  12. "You're the Inspiration" - Chicago (Covered by Julian Miranda)
  13. "Let's Dance" - David Bowie (Covered by Delaney Wolff)
  14. "The Anthem" - Good Charlotte (Covered by Kevin Ridel)
  15. "Without a Fight" - Hoobastank (Covered by Kevin Ridel)
  16. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" - The Rolling Stones (Covered by Billy Fogarty)

Bonus Levels:

  1. "Believe" - Cher (Covered by Lynn Rose)
  2. "ABC" - The Jackson 5 (Covered by TC Moses and Britanny Kertesz)
  3. "Survivor" - Destiny's Child (Covered by April Harmony)


  • The Elite Beat Agents were later distributed through Japanese DS Download Stations as extra characters for Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2 during a brief 2 week period in the summer of 2007.
  • The Agents were used for stickers and a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

See Also

Characters in Elite Beat Agents

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