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LEGO Rock Band (PS3)

LEGO Rock Band (PS3)
alaScore 80

29 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 29 reviews of LEGO Rock Band (PS3). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Reviewers really like the gameplay, but some have doubts about the price and graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the LEGO Rock Band (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Lego Rock Band Review

 

The first Rock Band designed for a younger audience, and perhaps those new to the series. Like me.

Easy games don’t make players want to tackle more challenging fare; it makes them regard difficulty as a bad design choice. Remember Ninja Gaiden in 2004? It was praised like crazy, but many reviewers disliked the old-school difficulty, as if it was...

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LEGO Rock Band

 

A year ago, the music game genre was at its peak. Rock Band 2 and Guitar Hero World Tour had recently launched to rave reviews, and looking back, it appears that the developers of those games -- ...

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LEGO Rock Band

 

It's the sincerest form of block party this side of Steven Spielberg and his geometric farm animals.

LEGO Rock Band has a place in this industry: it's a Rock Band for families concerned about the appropriateness of the content. In that regard, it's almost directly in competition with Activision's recently-released Band Hero-though the major difference...

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LEGO Rock Band

 

The concept of bringing together Traveller's Tales and Harmonix to create a "family friendly", LEGO-themed Rock Band game is one that seems far-fetched, at best.? They are two completely different developers that do not tend to share the same fan...

Traveller's Tales has once again combined a popular game series with the world of LEGOs, adding their own brand of humor and personality to create a one-of-a-kind band experience that can be enjoyed by families and hardcore rhythm gamers alike.

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Lego Rock Band Review

 

Rock out with your block out with a music game for all ages.

Despite the lack of online play and songs missing from the set list, Lego Rock Band's happy presentation, enjoyable soundtrack and rockin' gameplay will keep you entertained for quite some time.

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LEGO Rock Band

 

Plastic doesn't resonate.

No-fail gameplay easier for kids and newbies; more humor than in Rock Band; "The Final Countdown

Track list is very uneven; new Rock Den hub a pain to navigate; "Let's Dance

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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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LEGO Rock Band

 

Assemble a band, brick by colorful brick, in this family friendly version of Harmonix Music's popular rhythm series. Featuring the same level of customization and whimsical humor found in previous LEGO video games, LEGO Rock Band lets you create your own

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Lego Rock Band PS3 Review

 

Some of you may have read my article on the Lego franchise expanding forever more into gaming, which was written after the announcement of Lego Rock Band. It's hard to be cynical about matters such as this when the gaming industry begins to turn...

Just as fun as any other Rock Band/Guitar Hero experience ; Rock Power Challenges add a little variety to the background videos ; Lots of customisation possibilities

It's a derivative carbon copy of any other Rock Band/Guitar Hero game ; Adding Lego doesn't make it any more fun, just more childish graphics ; A wasted opportunity for a change in gameplay/mini-games

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Lego Rock Band - Review

 

New Kids on the Block

I put a pink lego tree in my rock space… It made me happy inside.

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