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LEGO Rock Band (Xbox 360)

LEGO Rock Band (Xbox 360)
alaScore 84

86 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 86 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The story also gets good reviews. There are some less positive comments about the graphics and multi player mode.

story, gameplay

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the LEGO Rock Band (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 86 reviews)

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LEGO Rock Band (Xbox 360)

 

It's impressive how much the minifigs have accomplished through the years, particularly when you consider that they have curved yellow pincers where their hands should be. These easily recognizable Lego figures have already starred in a series of...

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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

 

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

 

It seems as though Lego Rock Band is just a shiny front. It doesn't feel like a Rock Band game which is a great disappointment. The family feel doesn't seem to come through well enough either. The Super Easy mode is a nice addition but kids will...

The Rock Challenges are cool, Playing as Queen, Playing as David Bowie

Haphazard set-list, Lego theme doesn't add much

The track list is, well, not very good. At all. From my perspective anyway, but I still think that it's a pretty haphazard. You have the crowd-pleasers like "Ghostbusters", "Kung Fu Fighting" and "We Are The Champions" but then there are also tracks by...

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LEGO Rock Band

 

The Rock Band franchise, and the Guitar Hero franchise for that matter, are an interesting gaming concept. Although the titles have distinct differences – mainly in their music selection – they share the same premises and gameplay concepts. LEGO Rock...

LEGO Rock Band is as cute as you would imagine, with unique storylines coupled with adorable cut scenes. While these aspects are sure to instigate fun family time, the game is by no means comparable to its predecessors with almost double the songs...

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Rock On with Xbox 360's 'Lego Rock Band': A Review

 

Rock and roll all night long with the most popular rock stars, lego style! Read all about it in this Xbox 360 review of 'Lego Rock Band'...

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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 Review

 

If you've ever played a Rock Band game before then you know this works. For those in the unknown; you can play any song in track list from the start. You can also play solo or full band with any combination in between. The competitive multiplayer modes...

Thankfully the game is priced right at $49.99; it’s a good step forward if you want to get into the music rhythm genre for video games. Lego Rock Band, however, falls short of giving you a Lego experience and instead concentrates on the Rock Band one...

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Lego Rock Band

 

I still remember the reaction to the original Lego Star Wars. It was, if I recall, rather derisive. Combining Star Wars and Lego? Why bother? But the game turned out to be not just addicting fun, but also the best Star Wars game in years. It was so...

It seems like this game was made with the motto "Make it cute" instead of "Make it fun." There's all sorts of sight gags and other things that are sure to make kids giggle, but is it fun? Generally, the answer is no. And since the other Lego titles...

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Lego Rock Band

 

LEGO Rocks

Family version of the popular music game featuring adorable LEGO people

Does not offer as much as comprable music games

While entertaining, these distractions are not LEGO Rock Band’s main draw. Like its older siblings, LEGO Rock Band's core gameplay and the accompanying music is what you are here to experience. Except for a few minor tweaks, the gameplay is primarily...