Summary: Loved the game, fun for the whole family. I wish there were way more songs loaded onto it. You can get more of course but I think at the very least there should be at least double of what it comes with.
Summary: These games are not as popular this year but if your family never had one before they are still great fun. We first received the wrong item from an Amazon seller, turns out it was a Rock Band "1" bundle, which wasn't what I ordered.
Summary: Rock Band 2 is an excellent improvement upon the rough systems of the previous title. The World Tour being made single player expanded its longevity ten-fold, but the tour remains as tediously repetitious as before, requiring players to play every song at least thrice if one doesn't export the...
Summary: Rockband 2 is really great and emproved upon since the first game. The one piece that is the biggest emprovement is the upload of all previous versions (except the Beatles). The only downside is you have to pay $10. Also the online play with others works pretty well.
Summary: I got to admit it, this game was sort of a disappointment. I was expecting a bunch of new features, modes, visuals, and a new experience. The game is basically Rock Band 1.5. New features basically include a longer tracklist. There's some other stuff too like Battle of the bands and drum trainer.
Summary: Whatever nice things Rock Band 2 adds and fixes from the first game, it messes up in the track list. Most of the songs are pretty dull and give an impression that this game is tailored to the US masses. No amount of nice content can counter the feeling of not having fun playing the game.