Summary: I got this game for its playlist. The game play was not at all great compared to my psp game (rock band unplugged) the over all sound of the game was lacking a bit even with headphones its not great sounds clankly at times. also the story didn't keep my interest like RBU.
Definitely not Guitar Hero, but fun on its own merit
Nunya Biz, Amazon
6 February 2010
Summary: I have to say, I think this game is being unfairly judged. Compared to Guitar Hero, well, it doesn't really compare. But on its own, I think it does alright. I really like the music and actually, I enjoy the fact that its different than GH. Different moves, different ways of working the guitar, etc.
Summary: This game is terrible, i just got it for my kid to listen to the songs....there are only a few available at the start though, i got it so cheap it doesnt matter. As a game though its horrible, no immersion, no story, no reason to play it.....dont buy it.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. I bought it from gamestop for 10 bucks, pretty cheap for a music game. Okay, its not as good as guitar hero, but for 10 bucks, wow!! THe songs aren't bad, some are teen songs , like dirty little secret and sk8er boi. You can play guitar , bass, drums, and even vocals.
Summary: Rock Revolution for the consoles never interested because they looked terrible. But the DS version is another story, my cousin let me play his version and I was extremely impressed, despite the negative reviews. All the instruments look silly to play but they are fun.
Its a bad rythem game,but its a darn good mp3 player like devise.
Jeannie S. Sappington, Amazon
27 December 2008
Summary: In summery the game its self is a trashy guitar hero rip-off that has the most butt-ugly visuals and sorry excuse-for-a-music gameplay ever put into a ds cartridge .But on the bright side the sound is pretty good the song selection is not half bad,oh this game has a mp3 player like feature where you...