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LEGO Rock Band- PS3

LEGO Rock Band- PS3
alaScore 82

21 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the story. The gameplay also gets good feedback. Some have doubts about the graphics, and reviews are divided on the multi player mode.

gameplay, story

graphics

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 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 21 reviews)

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Lego Rock Band

 

Here I am, rock you like a Lego brick. It is utterly amazing to me how many reviews of rhythm games I have written in the past few months. Each...

Great presentation ; Solid song list ; Ghostbusters

No online mode ; Couldn't this have been DLC

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Lego Rock Band Review

 

Celebrating rock music's absurdity

Hilarious story vignettes, accessible all ages game play, upbeat songs, the glorious surrealism of Lego Iggy Pop

Comparatively small track listing, no multiplayer aside from local, one giant commercial for Lego sets, long loading times

As a 37 year old father of two with a varied music collection, memories of when the world premeire of a new Whitesnake video was a grand event and a Lego Ultimate Collector's Edition Batmobile in his bedroom, it's hard not to think that the game was...

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Lego Rock Band

 

This charming rhythm game is especially good for first-timers, but it's a little light on content.

Charming aesthetics ; Rock Power Challenges provide an interesting combination of story and gameplay ; Setlist has plenty of variety ; Rocking out with friends is still great fun

No online mode ; Shorter versions of songs often end too abruptly

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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

 

Family Friendly Gaming |

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LEGO Rock Band review

 

You can tell a genre is starting to get old when they have to use LEGO characters to attract new customers. That's exactly what LEGO Rock Band is: an attempt at reaching a younger demographic with a franchise that (like Guitar Hero) is outliving its...

Other than those changes, this is still the same Rock Band that you either love or hate. For me, I find these types of games to be entertaining with a group of friends, either playing as a band or taking turns picking songs one-by-one. Unless you are...

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LEGO Rock Band

 

We get the LEGO band together.

If you’re not a fan of the cutesy LEGO minifigs or general theme (in which case, you’re a horrible person) you can always export the songs (by paying a If you’re not a fan of the cutesy LEGO minifigs or general theme (in which case, you’re a horrible...

Multiplayer Award

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Lego Rock Band (PS3) review

 

There's some new kids on the block...

Lego Rock Band does everything it sets out to well and will please the family who wants a game that every generation within it can enjoy. The shallow track list and somewhat short-lived experience does harm things somewhat and stop it from getting the...

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Lego Rock Band

 

It seems like it should be the punchline to a joke, doesn't it? Like someone is pulling your leg and saying; what if they crossed those Lego: Star Wars games with Rock Band? But it's real and it's here and, ostensibly, it's aimed at the same kids and...

Lego and Rock Band mix well ; Lego bandmates animate well, with the exception of the drummer ; Traveler's Tales cutscenes are adorable and fun ; Rock challenges are fun diversions

Stability issues need patching ; Some gameplay tweaks from recent Rock Bands noticeably missing ; Extremely abbreviated setlist ; Some odd song choices that don't work well as rhythm game tracks ; Missed opportunity for Lego customization in...

The Beatles: Rock Band was a success because of its incredible soundtrack and a pure vision when it came to presentation. On top of that, it was the best iteration on Rock Band’s gameplay elements to date. Lego Rock Band tries to drink from the same...

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Lego Rock Band

 

This charming rhythm game is especially good for first-timers, but it's a little light on content.

Charming aesthetics ; Rock Power Challenges provide an interesting combination of story and gameplay ; Setlist has plenty of variety ; Rocking out with friends is still great fun

No online mode ; Shorter versions of songs often end too abruptly

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