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Rock Band- PS2

Rock Band- PS2
alaScore 92

49 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 17 expert reviews and 32 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 78/100 and users rate it 80/100. The average review date is Oct 11, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 141127 reviews from other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2). The alaScore™ for this product is 92/100 = Excellent. Last update: Apr 19, 2014.

Review analysis

(Based on 49 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

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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