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Lego Rock Band - Xbox 360

4.3 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews
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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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Warner Bros. LEGO: Rock Band 1000101223 PC Games

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Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B001TOMR5C
Release date November 3, 2009
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4.3 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,237 in videogames
#982 in Video Games > Xbox 360 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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By N. Major on November 6, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
My wife and I have always had fun playing games together, specifically the Lego type games and the Rock Band series. When I heard Lego Rock Band was coming out, I liked the idea of all the songs, but I have to admit the game looked like a cheap cash-in, similar to the way Guitar Hero has about 200 iterations a year (and the newly released Band Hero is essentially Guitar Hero 5 with new tracks and Taylor Swift). So, my idea was to just get it to export the songs, then sell it back or trade it with a friend.
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?
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This game is great if you have young kids that don't quite have the coordination to play Rock Band. The Super Easy mode that they've added is perfect for kids because they can play the guitar by just using the strum bar or play the drums by hitting any color pad they want. You can also turn on "auto drum pedal" so that you don't have to worry about hitting the foot pedal with the drums if you don't want to. If you don't have kids, you probably won't get much out of this game. But if you have kids that struggle with the regular Rock Band, this game is great!
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When developer Traveller's Tales make the Lego games, one common criticism is that there's not much that changes from previous games other than the license. How apt it feels then to have them do a Lego version of Rock Band and surprisingly it doesn't suck. But then again it's not perfect by any stretch and there's some annoyances that really grind my gears so to speak but then I'm an adult and when you mention the term "Lego Rock Band", it feels like you're 4 talking about quantum physics, it just doesn't look right, does it? Keep in mind there's nothing wrong with the game and I actually smiled quite a few times playing the game but then as far as gameplay is concerned I noticed some step downs from Rock Band 2 and even the Beatles game that I wish weren't part of this game. Families won't mind but if you're looking for more songs to play than you're kind of out of luck.

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.
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It's definitely worth the buy if you are a rock band fan or have smaller kids that enjoy legos and/or music.

I played with a 4 year old over the weekend and he loves the drums and with the super easy mode he can still go for the correct colored pads but hitting the wrong one on occasion doesn't hurt the score or his fun factor. Playing the Ghostbusters challenge really lit up his face as did mine.

Adding a Hendrix song to the RB catalog was my largest personal draw as well as a few other tracks I enjoy. All songs in this game do export to Rock Band 2 for the $10 license fee. Also something like 200 of the more family friendly songs of the regular rock band catalog will import to the Lego game for free.
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I must own somewhere between 6 and 10 RockBand discs and games. Buying this for less than 10 bucks was an economical way to get more songs vs. buying them through the RB store. We bought this for 'Final Countdown', 'Free Fallin' and 'Life is a Highway', among others.

The gameplay doesn't bring much more to the screen, but my kids like the graphics better here than on the regular games. I prefer to fire up RB3 and import these songs there.
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