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- Keyboard Instrument For Rock Band 3
- Plays Rock Band 3 Keyboard, Guitar & Bass Parts
- 2-Octave Design With 25 Velocity-Sensitive Keys
- Plays Real Keyboard Parts In The Rock Band Pro Mode
- Plays Like A Guitar Or On A Tabletop
- Game Software Included.
- All-new Keyboard instrument for Rock Band 3 / Plays Rock Band 3 Keyboard, Guitar* and Bass* parts (*Does not support Guitar / Bass Pro Mode)
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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Bundle
Top Customer Reviews
Game-play in RB3 has improved in several ways. If you use music gaming as a centerpiece for social interaction, the new version is for you. Most significantly is the upgrade to pro instruments. Standard mode (five colored buttons) instruments interact with the game in the expected way. Pro mode instruments allow more realistic game-play, and can also be set from easy to expert.
Pro drums are noticeably more usable than RB2 where little effort was taken to distinguish cymbal from toms or snare. You can play with one or more cymbals in pro mode and you can configure which additions your set has. Pro-vocals allow up to 3 part harmonies in select songs. Out of the box we had an amazing time doing vocals on bohemian rhapsody with band accompaniment.
One of my favorite extensions to game-play is the keyboard/pro keys. Unlike previous instruments (even drums which I managed to pick up quickly), this is a real keyboard. It will take real time to master. I don't find the layout of the keys onscreen as troubling as some reviewers. It takes some getting used to, but with some effort it is possible. Just realize that it takes a lot of alone time to practice. If you expect to pick up pro keys immediately at a party, (unless you have prior experience or you put it on easy mode) you may not get far. Some attempted to play keys on non-pro mode and seemed to have fun with it. Not everyone will be satisfied with this (I am not).
The only thing I'm holding out on is the pro guitar. I am a guitarist and have desired real guitar game-play for a while.Read more ›
The career mode is improved, divided into a set of 'road challenges' that go through different geographical scenes. Its much shorter than RB2, but they have eliminated that annoying aspect of playing the same song you dont want to play over and over. In RB3, you usually get a choice between a couple random time-oriented set lists and a custom one. Its an excellent way to expose you to all of the music in the game, without making you play stuff you don't want to all the time.
The new instrument, keyboard, is a good addition. It will take time to see if it is supported enough through the music, but its challenging and fun to play.
The graphics and presentation are also upgraded; nice additions. The setlist is great, and hopefully you are buying this for Xbox, because the number of downloadable songs on Xbox Live is INSANE!
RB3's graphics are a little too 3d for my taste. I like being able to tweak with the different bone structures (yes there are bone structure modifiers) making my character look semi like what I want. But, somethings on the character graphics are a little weird.
Music Notes: Well, since I can play hard on guitar and expert on bass the notes are nothing different for me. But someone new to the game will automatically be barraged with orange and blue notes. Not very easy or fun for new players. So, that, I think was not a good idea.
The music list is good...but what is with all the weird poppy/indie stuff? Tokio Hotel on the original set? Hmm...odd...some people don't like club music. I really can appreciate the fact that they put Du Hast on the set though...haha! Fun. With all the music out there, they definitely could have picked more Rock songs...just my opinion.
You can learn how to play an instrument on here...which is AWESOME!!!!!!!!! Key boards! Woot!
So, overall...I give it a 7 out of 10...they just really need to think more about the player and the setlist.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Connected immediately, and made of high quality materials. Has worked flawlessly for several months.Published 1 month ago by PSHORTS
This game is really fun and you can play with more people if you have all the instruments. The keyboard is easy to set up and there are good songs in the game like Bohemian... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hello
love this keyboard. The kids are still getting to used to it but it is nice that you have to ways of using it.Published 17 months ago by versacel