Rock Band (2007)

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Rock Band allows up to four players to simulate the performance of popular rock songs by playing with controllers modeled after musical instruments, such as lead guitar, bass guitar, and drums.


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Jon Carter, Steven Kimura, Joe Kowalski, Joel Marlin, Helen McWilliams, Maria O'Brien, Dan Teasdale, Heather Wilson

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26 November 2007 | Roadwarrior85846
9
| A music video game in a whole new level!
I am a huge Guitar Hero fan and I had my doubts when Rock Band was mentioned months ago up until the day it came out. My friend and I bought the game, tried it out, and it's pretty damn fun! We also discovered that you can use the Guitar Hero Controller as a guitar and/or bass which is really awesome. I love the singing and the drums the most in the game. The bass is a little bit too easy even on expert difficulty. The singing is a little bit tricky if you never heard the song before. The drums are easy to install and fun and sometimes annoying to play. The only thing i dislike is when somebody wants to select something in the menus, the other person wants to select something else and everyone causes a fight on what song to play next. It is a great gift for the holidays and fun for all ages. But if you don't want to have empty pockets, i prefer to buy Guitar Hero 3 but if you got plenty of cash or gift cards, go out there and get Rock Band before they're gone! ROCK ON!

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Release Date:

2007

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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