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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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•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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I was glad then to see options like Band Hero and Lego Rock Band start to pop up now, because, not only do they have a little more variety (Lego Rock Band even has the Ghostbusters theme song lol), but I appreciate the fact that none of the songs have profanity in them either. For people with small kids, that has always been a point of contention with other Rock Band games in the past, so take it or leave it, but I for one am glad to see a more "family friendly" version hit the market.
Having said all that, as for the game play itself, I think it's a lot of fun. The only complaint I have with it is how long it takes to open up new songs when you're going through the "story". So you end up playing the same 20 or whatever songs over and over and over till FINALLY you finish the boat gigs and suddenly you get a bunch more song options. I guess that's just part of the game though, and depending on how you look at it, you could see it as a way to keep increasing your skill level over time (start out easy, and then each time you play it again, try a harder skill level on the song).
Overall though, I would definitely say it's worth the $19.98 we spent on it. We have had a lot of fun playing it, and so have our friends when they come over. :)
If you have a kid or are a kid at heart you'll enjoy the LEGO aesthetics throughout the game, although some of the songs may not be appropriate for all kids. As stated before the largest issue I have with it is the lack of online play. Luckily the songs can be exported for $10 so you can still enjoy the songs with someone far away, just at an extra cost (although I bought the game for about $8, so 45 songs for $18 isn't a bad deal).
You cannot beat the $10.85 price,
You can never argue with anything that keeps a 2 year old transfixed, dancing, singing and clicking on an instrument with no batteries in 'heh heh' ^_^ (although he's no mug and worked that one out at 8 months, lights are important).
The Lego Series is innovative and different to normal Rock Band, there is other stuff to do and collect as with many of the Lego Star Wars, Indiana Jones games etc.
The music is exceptionally varied and catchy and I am sure (I haven't yet) downloaded other songs, whether they are synched with other Rock Band games or only this one is a bit of a poser for the technically inferior (like myself).
I like this game it has replay value and anything with a Ghostbuster's track in it has to be good
None really, except the load times between menu's is a little annoying, but the little facts that pop up, such as there are 20+ lego bricks for every human on the planet etc. are interesting informative and sometimes very funny
One other serious con was 'Wild Child' sung by everlife, could we have had Billy Idol instead? perhaps even Three Lions by Skinner and Baddiel, (If you are from the US you might know this) oh and 99 Red Balloons in German would be great too.
I recommend this this game to everyone, price, young kids and for replay value, and of course 'fun'!!!!!
Everything about this game is LEGO, beginning with the title screen all the way to the notes themselves. Instead of money that you would usually collect, you earn LEGO studs to use at the "Rock Shop". The "Tour" mode is wonderful, sprinkled with LEGOs and entirely made to make you laugh.
This game comes with many new tracks not in any of the Rock Band games. Also, if purchased New then you get a code included in your copy to use to download the tracks onto your hard drive that can be played on any Rock Band game! *The code is used to "unlock" the ability to download the tracks, which still costs $10.
The game even adds another level of difficulty ("super easy"). This is the easiest mode available, and for anyone who is a true beginner this mode was made for you! Anything you sing into the mic is correct, the guitar/bass only requires you to strum, and the drums only have two pads to hit and the bass pedal can even be turned on to "auto kick".
Overall this game is a must-buy for any Rock Band fan or someone who is just diving into the musical instrument world (however, the game DOES NOT come with any of the musical instruments, which would need to be purchased separately).