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- Rock Band 2 Special Edition Complete Game Bundle General Features: For Wii
- Complete package includes: Game, Wireless Guitar, wireless Drum Kit and Microphone
- Band mode lets you play with up to 4 players at any difficulty level
- Play separate full single-player campaigns on the drums, guitar, or microphone
- Play solo or battle head to head in Tug of War and Score Duel mode
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The ultimate music game is back for an encore!Okay, not all of us can rock out like Bono, Slash, or Keith Moon, but at least you can pretend with this Rock Band Special Edition Bundle!This is the complete game package for Wii: it comes with the Rock Band 2 game, wireless guitar, wireless drum kit, and microphone. Master songs from a great collection of all-time classics, including music by Bob Dylan, Cheap Trick and Metallica. With single player, competitive and collaborative band modes, this game is the ultimate party pleaser! The wireless guitar is modeled after the classic Fender Stratocaster and features 10 fret buttons for regular and solo play. You can pound out the beats on a wireless drum set with four pads, a kick pedal and real drum sticks. Customize your own rock avatar and play against others online! You can even download new content once you've perfected all the songs that come with the game. Who says you have to know how to play to be in a band? Order this Rock Band 2 Special Edition Bundle today!
Continue Your Rock and Roll Fantasy
Rock Band 2 lets you and your friends take your band on an even more expansive and immersive world tour - in person or online - and continue your rock and roll fantasy.
Harmonix, deliver Rock Band 2, the next step to the platform that lets audiences of all ages interact with music in an all-new way. Rock Band 2 lets players vicariously jam out as some of the best guitarists, bassists, drummers and singers of all time.
Featuring a track list with more than 80 on-disc tracks from some of the most hallowed bands of the rock pantheon, Rock Band 2 by challenges rockers to master lead guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals.
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The special edition Rock Band 2 comes with a guitar (you can either choose to play bass or guitar in the game), a logitech mic, and a standard drumset (you can separately buy the cymbal attachments if you want), and a pair of drum sticks. Rock Band 2 on the Wii is great, not to mention the wifi access that comes along with it which is pretty mandatory for me since I love to get more songs from the music store. I love the fact that it's wireless. The only setback is when the devices/instruments get out of sync with the Wii console and that is very annoying to say the least. So keep a supply of batteries and rechargeable ones and even get a rechargeable will remote station.
I naively thought that the songs on the website for RB2 and on the RB2 case would be ready to play to, but you're started out with a songlist of "warm-up" songs like "cool for cats," "float on," "hungry like the wolf," and "we got the beat" that kinda get old quick - again why the free Wii wifi comes in handy for getting more songs - I haven't gotten to the full awesome butt-load of songs I was ready to dive into but I'm getting there. It helps to have at least two to three people playing because you can progress in the game faster and efficiently. I'm a die-hard fan of music and everything music bands so the game is great to even play on your own if you're like me. It is like a simulation of the actual instruments, but somehow I find it slightly harder playing and scoring on the RB2's guitar than playing on my actual acoustic guitar. And apparently as long as you get the pitch just right when it comes to the RB2 mic and vocals, you can score because everything but the words that appeared on the screen came out of my brother's mouth into that mic and yet he got a perfect score. I'm still somewhat unclear about the detection of the Wii mic, but it really suffices.
This game is great and can literally be played for hours. I highly recommend this Wii Rock Band 2 edition. On a big screen TV with some banging speakers. In a big soundproof room. Nonetheless, an awesome game.
This package comes with a usb microphone, guitar peripheral, and drum peripheral. Not to mention the game. Each instrument works like it would for a real compatriot. The songs are great, and the experience is even better when you have 3 people singing into one mic instead of just one, although your score may suffer.
If you own a wii, there is no excuse not to get this game period
This game is almost too fun to even describe in words. I'm not going to go into details about the game play, since you can read the product description above, or on the official web site. While Rock Band 2 is best suited for groups (it's a great party game!), you can still have fun rocking out with a partner or even alone. Of course, with the online play now available, you are never really alone!
Harmonix put together a *killer* set list for Rock Band 2, just as they did for the previous version. There is a good mix of new and old songs, something for everyone. You will enjoy playing songs you have come to know and love, and be challenged by the artists you never heard before playing this game.
As much fun as it is, Rock Band 2 for the Wii is not without its faults. The online experience is not nearly as robust as on other consoles, and you cannot export songs from the first Rock Band disc onto your console or SD card. (Truthfully, these issues were created by Nintendo, not Harmonix.) Also, you need to plug dongles into a USB port on the back of the Wii to use the wireless instruments; this doesn't make much sense to me, since the Wii controllers are *already* wireless. Finally, the included, Ikea-style instrument set-up instructions were essentially useless (better instructions are available on the game's official web site).
The bottom line is that if you have a Wii, this game is a must-buy. Some might find the price prohibitive, but if you have half as fun as I do playing it, you can be sure it is money well-spent.