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Rock Band 3 - Nintendo DS
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- Rock band 3 NDS features 25 songs form top recording artists
- 8 distinctive play modes including Tour Mode focusing on sets of songs and challenges over a series of new venues, and a Career Mode featuring a goal based career system
- Rock Band 3 NDS takes players through a series of scenes that tell the story of your band's rise from local legends to world famous rock stars
- Create bands and characters with more customization options than ever before including 100+ unique clothing pieces allow for tons of character customization
- Taking advantage of the NDS touch screen, Rock Band 3 supports traditional phrase based scoring of previous Harmonix titles and also head-to-head competitive multiplayer
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Rock Band 3 for Nintendo DS and DSi is the second release in the iconic Rock Band video game series for play on the Nintendo DS. Like the earlier, LEGO Rock Band, Rock Band 3 challenges DS players to take their Rock & Roll fantasies in hand, playing in a band scenario both in single player and multiplayer modes. Unlike other music simulation games developed for the DS, Rock Band 3 does not require an additional peripheral, instead utilizing DS touchscreen technology to bring addictive Rock Band Note Highway gameplay to life. The game features a series of exciting play modes, an engaging track list and 4-player multi-card support via a Nintendo WI-Fi connection.
It's All About Getting in Touch with the Music
Rock Band 3 for DS allows players to experience the ins and out of band life, whether you are playing by yourself, or with friends. In single player action players create their band then run through tunes, tapping out prompts on the the familiar Rock Band Note Highway, with the goal being to complete songs as a unit. The lower screen of the DS shows the Note Highway, while the upper shows a representation of the player/bandmate(s). Players can only control one instrument at a time, but the DS provides AI bandmates in this case. If an AI bandmate stumbles the player can hear the notes missed and see a representation of the slumping bandmate. If the AI character is in jeopardy of being booed off the stage, the player can switch to that instrument with the touch of a bumper to take over and attempt to save the song.
The game also features 4-player Nintendo multi-card wireless support. This enables up to four player, all with a game copy, to come together in local play, each trying their hand at a different instrument, search out a manager, gigs and to eventually wow their fans. Instruments available in-game include: guitar, bass, drums, vocals and keyboards.
The Full Track List
The Rock Band 3 for DS soundtrack contains 25 iconic tunes from across multiple Rock & Roll periods. Tracks include:
- Doobie Brothers, "China Grove"
- Faith No More, "Midlife Crisis"
- Foreigner, "Cold As Ice"
- Ida Maria, "Oh My God"
- NXS, "Need You Tonight"
- Jane's Addiction, "Been Caught Stealing"
- Joan Jett, "I Love Rock N' Roll"
- Metric, "Combat Baby"
- Night Ranger, "Sister Christian"
- Ozzy Osbourne, "Crazy Train"
- Paramore, "Misery Business"
- Phoenix, "Lasso"
- Queen, "Bohemian Rhapsody"
- Rilo Kiley, "Portions for Foxes"
- Roxette, "The Look"
- Smash Mouth, "Walkin' On The Sun"
- The B-52's, "Rock Lobster"
- The Cure, "Just Like Heaven"
- The Doors, "Break on Through (To the Other Side)"
- The Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Crosstown Traffic"
- The Vines, "Get Free"
- The White Stripes, "The Hardest Button to Button"
- Tokio Hotel, "Humanoid"
- Whitesnake, "Here I Go Again"
- Yes, "Roundabout"
Top Customer Reviews
The game chip was fine though and lucky there was no marks on the case. When I did play Rock Band 3 I had a lot of fun, there are many good songs once you get pass the stupid ones like Rock Lobster.
You can make your own band and rise in the ranks. I cant speak for you but if you like guitar hero or Rock Band 2 you should check this game out.
If you've played the other portable Rock Bands before, you'll know what to expect from this one. If not, don't worry; I got ya covered. Unlike the Guitar Hero games on DS, you don't need a peripheral to play this game, so not only is it less expensive to boot, but it can even be played on a Nintendo DSi or 3DS. Instead, you play using the DS's own buttons. The A, B, Y, and X buttons are all for hitting the notes (they are assigned to the specific colors of course). The unique difference (between consoles and DS anyway) is that you gain control of all four instruments, each with their own layouts of notes, and you must hop around to use them via the L and R buttons. To do well at earning stars on your performance, you must react quickly when one instrument's note layouts ends and another starts up next to you and keep hitting the notes without missing one for note streaks. And of course, the mic can be used to double your scores temporarily (a la Guitar Hero's Star Power)
All things considered, the resulting rhythm gameplay is neat and addicting. Playing songs, especially on difficulties like Hard mode, make the game fast-paced and the combo-triggering can make for a good motivation to try and keep at it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is hard to play. It is difficult to change between instruments. I think it can fun when I get the hang of itPublished on November 29, 2012 by Blaise