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Rock Band- PS2

Rock Band- PS2
alaScore 92

49 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 49 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Rock Band- PS2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 49 reviews)

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Showing 1 - 10 of 42 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (7)

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Rock Band (PlayStation 2)


The stripped down nature of the PS2 version of Rock Band robs it of a good chunk of its value, but the gameplay still rocks.

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Rock Band Metal Track Pack (PlayStation 2)


Quick Specs - ESRB: Teen - Developer: Harmonix Music Systems - Genre: Action. Price Range: $6.00 - $19.99 from 5 stores.


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Rock Band (game only)


Harmonix's opus proves that you really can't rock much harder than this without hurting yourself.

One of the best multiplayer experiences you'll have on PS2; rises above and beyond Harmonix's previous titles

Steep price tag; linear career mode; karaoke engine weaker than other games on the market


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Rock Band


The PS2 still shreds... just not quite as hard

Incredibly inspiring multiplayer ; Excellent player animations ; Big song list

No online or customization ; World Tour not as free roaming ; New guitar feels "soft

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Rock Band Review


This Band doesn't rock as hard as the others.

Out of the three versions available, Rock Band for the PlayStation 2 gets the least recommendation. It's still a worthwhile performer if that's the only system you own, especially with the instrument peripherals and a few friends. However, it comes...

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Rock Band review for the PS2


Between a rock, and more rock!

Best co-op multiplayer ever; Three games in one but better; Strong tracklist; General improvements on Guitar Hero formula

Average online mode; Unreliable peripherals

If the world of gaming has an "all-for-one, one-for-all" philosophy, the multiplayer landscape definitely has the "one-for-all" attitude down pat. Getting people to work as one towards a common goal is rare, but Rock Band makes it common. There really...

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Rock Band: Country Track Pack


Rock Band: Country Track Pack is a stand-alone release that allows gamers to play along with contemporary country-rock hits, using their Rock Band instrument controllers and equipment. The game features familiar Rock Band modes such as

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Rock Band


This text refers to the Xbox 360 version of this title.The most ambitious peripheral-driven game at the time of its release, Rock Band encourages aspiring musicians to drum, strum, or hum to classic and current rock songs instead of being limited to one s

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well, it's better than guitar hero


Overall, i think its a pretty awesome game. But unfortunately for the PS2 people that have this game, i think it is a rip off. people who have xbox get to do so much more with their band. -for example the touring is so cool, you get to go to seattle...

easy to set up *you dont have to be GREAT at video games

you CANT design your own characters if you have ps2

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Ps2 version is dissapointing if you have played x-box or ps3 version


Rock Band on Playstation 2 was a joke compared to the x-box and ps3 versions. I played the others at friend's houses and was terribly dissapointed when i bought the ps2 version thinking it would be as good. Creating a rocker is probably the biggest...

very good gameplay/ pretty good graphics/ guitar is better than g hero guitar

no create a rocker mode/ bad song selection/ easily broken kick pedal on drums