Excerpt: Until I played through Green Day: Rock Band , I didn't fully appreciate just how much of Green Day's music I enjoy. I'd listened through most of their albums a few times, but something had never quite clicked.
Summary: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun. How we score: The Destructoid Reviews Guide
Excerpt: Wow. There are very few games that can leave you speechless and perhaps a little confused upon completion but Bayonetta is certainly one of them. Once you’ve hacked and slashed your way through the game you’ll have massacred hundreds of angels, ridden missiles across the ocean, tortured cherubs,...
Excerpt: On one of the hottest days of the year in the summer of 2005, I travelled for four hours in a cramped mini-bus to see my favourite band of all time perform live at the Milton Keynes Bowl. That band wasn’t Green Day, but Jimmy Eat World, who were supporting alongside Hard-Fi and Funeral For A Friend.
Conclusion: Though I'm not the biggest Green Day fan out there, I have to say that I enjoyed the experience that this title brought. A little more effort could have been put into this title, including some additional dlc at some point down the road.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Unless you’ve been living in the deepest, most remote cave on the planet, you’ve likely tried, or at least heard of, Rock Band (or its older brother/nemesis Guitar Hero).
Conclusion: Green Day: Rock Band is not the game it could have been. It's also not a bad game in any way, and whatever gripes I might have had about the lack of unlockables or sense of progression or lopsided discography are pushed aside upon playing.
Summary: In what is essentially a well-done track pack, Green Day Rock Band features the long-running band Green Day in all of their pop-punk glory. The game features 47 songs total, including the entire “Dookie”, “American Idiot”, and “21st Century Breakdown” albums as well as a few other choice songs and...
Excerpt: Green Day Rock Band has lot to prove, especially after the Beatles showed how to do it right just months before. As the series' second stab at a band-themed game, Harmonix is hoping for just as successful an outing with one of the most popular acts in recent memory.