Summary: A very good rhythm game with a varied choice of different choices with the ability to download more. There is a good learning curve but which involves all the buttons on the ds. The only drawback is the looks of the game is a bit basic.
Summary: Jam with the Band is a rhythm game for the Nintendo DS. I've always been interested in rhythm games so I gave this one a whirl. It was exceptionally cheap and I'd heard nice things about it. The game itself is nicely presented with a very simple interface.
Summary: I bought this game for my Boyfriend, for Christmas. He is a bass player in a band, and I thought he'd enjoy being able to play the instruments that are offered in this game. I've read a few reviews and decided to purchase it for him.
Summary: I know this recieved some dodgey reviews, especially official reviews from various websites, but i think this needs to be seen from a kids point of view. Its not meant to be a serious music kit for the DS, its a fun guitar hero/lips/music lab for the young ones to jump around to.
Summary: I'll have to admit, this didn't sound like the best game ever made when I ordered it, as it sounded like something that would have been made in a shed by middle aged blokes! However, it's not like that at all!
Summary: I handed this one to my daughter (age 11) for a test run. She reports it to be easy to get the hang of, a lot of fun (especially the singing, she loves karaoke style games), and with some really good music.
Summary: I have to say in the past I have only ever played a 'Guitar Hero' type game at a friend's house and have not been tempted to enter into the franchise myself as I remained sceptical about the amount of fun one could have when playing this type of game by yourself, however 'Jam With The Band' proves...
Summary: It's perfectly forgivable to initially mistake Jam With The Band for shovelware from some dodgy two-bit publisher hoping to cash in on the Guitar Hero/Rock Band craze. That forgiveness ends right here, though. This comes directly from Nintendo as the sequel to the Japanese DS launch title 'Daigasso!
Summary: Games like `Guitar Hero' and `Rock Band' have made the rhythm action genre incredibly popular, so much so that other developers are trying to emulate this success. The Nintendo published `Jam with the Band' is the latest to attempt this on the DS.