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LEGO Rock Band (DS)

LEGO Rock Band (DS)
alaScore 87

19 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews of LEGO Rock Band (DS). The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo DS Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the story and multi player mode. The single player gameplay and gameplay also get good feedback.

gameplay, single player, multi player, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the LEGO Rock Band (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 19 reviews)

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Rock Band 3

 

Don't be fooled by buzz words like keyboards and Pro Mode, because this DS version isn't anything new.

Entertaining gameplay mechanic ; Great peripheral-free rhythm gameplay ; Queen, Ozzy, The Doors

Multiplayer is multi-card-only ; Short set list

Rock Band 3 for DS isn't the revolution that the home console version is, but it's still a fun rhythm game in its own right. If you love games like Amplitude and Frequency, then check this game out.

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LEGO Rock Band Review

 

Though LEGO Rock Band is solely a local single-player and cooperative multiplayer experience, the lack of online or competitive features don't seem to be a detriment anyway. The reasons to get this game are because you have young ones around that want...

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LEGO Rock Band DS Review

 

Ever since taking the game world by storm two short years ago, Rock Band has seemed unstoppable. And just when people were claiming the franchise was all played out, it once again captured our imaginations with the stunning The Beatles: Rock Band. Not...

LEGO Rock Band for the DS is ultimately a disappointment, unless you're someone who can't go ten minutes without a Rock Band fix. The game does a decent job of staying true to the Rock Band franchise while creating gameplay unique to the DS, but fails...

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LEGO Rock Band

 

LEGO presentation is funny, DLC expands limited track list, Rock Power Challenges

Not very hardcore, No online multiplayer, Very little innovation beyond core RB experience

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LEGO Rock Band

 

Believe it or not, the best of the bunch is the portable experience.

The console versions of LEGO Rock Band are merely reskinned, rehashed Rock Band experiences, but the Nintendo DS version feels fresh and new. Yes, it's rebuilding the PSP's Rock Band Unplugged for play on the Nintendo handheld, but it's the first time...

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LEGO Rock Band (DS) Review

 

The famed Rock Band music series goes LEGO and portable in this latest installment. Is it another piece of shovelware or a genuinely entertaining title?

When you take one of the biggest names in the toy industry and combine it with one of the most innovative and popular genres in gaming, you get LEGO Rock Band. When the very first trailers and screenshots debuted earlier this year, it was evident the...

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Not another brick in the wall

 

While it may suffer from repetition and some iffy vocal note tracks, it’ll take a very cold-hearted gamer not to warm to Lego Rock Band’s infectious humour, varied track list and excellent gameplay

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For Boys

 

My 11 year old cousin loves this game! His my Uncle started sneaking his game and his DS. Proves its good for any age!

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Nostalgia: - An Aptly Named Adventure Through the Sky

 

Skies of Arcadia is easily amongst my favorite games of all time. Due to it's unique atmosphere and several unorthodox gameplay elements though, there hasn't been much else that quite captures it's exclusive brand of magic. Then Tecmo announced a ...

Excellent Graphics, Unique Setting, Airship Battles are Quite Fun

Drab, Boring and Uninspired

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not to bad

 

My grandson of 7 years of age thought it was good but he never thought of it as much of as a game as just playing music notes, Worth a try .