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Lego Rock Band - Xbox 360
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- Peripherals are required to play
- Use the LEGO character customizer to create and personalize your band, instrument controllers and entourage.
- A rock tinged, yet family-friendly song list provided both on the game disc and as downloadable content via Xbox LIVE Marketplace.
- Pull off killer riffs in LEGO themed Rock Power Challenges to perform amazing feats such as defeating a giant octopus, summoning a storm or demolishing a skyscraper.
- Build fame LEGO style by completing songs to collect LEGO studs – unlock cool vehicles, progress to new venues and unlock new characters and instruments.
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Platform: Xbox 360
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However, once I decided to give the game a try (I had it, after all), and I'm downright hooked.
Rather then focus on what's the same (because this is, at its core, Rock Band 2 with a Lego skin over it), let me point out some differences I think make it better.
- You have a "Rock Pad" which is like your house, and you can trick it out with tones of goofy gear. I'll admit I was stoked when I unlocked the pink train riding toy. It's a small addition, sure but way fun.
- Tons and tons of unlocks, similar to the other lego games. From guitars to pieces of your house to new characters, there's a lot. A downside is you don't start with much, but you'll get new things fast.
- When you fail, you actually can revive people simply by playing well. This feature was shown somewhat in Guitar Hero 5, and it works well here for a kid-friendly group. It also makes you less dependent on Overdrive to revive people.
- The notes moving down the "track" are lego bricks! A little change, sure, but I got a kick out of it.
- The game has a "plot," and honestly it is downright silly and completely hilarious. What other game can you use rock to blow up a building, scare off ghosts by rocking "Ghostbusters," or zapping a squid with the power of your awesome riffs?Read more ›
This is kind of a simple review since it's not really that story extensive or there's much to talk about so I'll just mention the gameplay. Personally, as a frequent Rock Band 2 player I'm not exactly digging the interface. Keep in mind I'm mainly a drummer in these kind of games so I'll chat about that with some mentions later of the guitar. If you play on expert you know how vitally important it is to distinguish when to hit a certain pad and cymbal together and when it's just one or the other in more complicated sections. I don't know if it's just me but I found it really hard to tell what to play when the bass pedal got more active and there was more notes as opposed to Harmonix games where I could easily tell and more than once I couldn't tell if it was just one note or a double tap or if the note was exactly on the bass pedal or in front of it.Read more ›
Like every Lego game, it has that humor we've come to expect. Conveying their emotions about potential band-mates when you first start out is quite entertaining, and when you get to the challenges it's even better. Destroying a building with the power of rock, fighting off an angry octopus, and getting rid of ghosts from a haunted mansion are just a few of the challenges you'll experience. And here is where the game does something new and, in my view, good; while the challenges are ongoing, you don't have to play the entire song (unless you're vocals), which gives you a chance to witness the antics going on onscreen. I see this as a plus, since I like to watch the background just to watch the show.
The song list is alright, I guess, except for the fact that you will constantly be playing the same songs over and over and over, especially if there's a "Mystery setlist" or something similar (be prepared to play Supergrass' "Grace" until you want to throw the disc against the wall). Some of the songs they allow/disallow from RB1 and the music store are surprising (why are some Coheed and Cambria songs alright, but the others aren't?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is one of my favorite games. It plays perfectly and showed up on time.Published 6 months ago by Amanda
Finally family appropriate song lyrics! We play for hours and hours as a family or the kids play alone or with friends! All around great buy.Published 6 months ago by Rebecca Abernathy