Summary: if you are a big music fan and know alot about how music works and how to create it, this game might be a little too boring for you. this game may last you up to 3 days at the most, but eventually you'll grow tiresome of this tool and want to move on to bigger and better things, like i have.
Summary: MTV's Music Generator 2 is an innovative piece of "software" that aspiring musicians will find quite interesting. If you've ever wanted to semi-professionally record your own music, inexpensively, this is your opportunity.
Excerpt: MTV music generator 2 is ok, it has a great many features and technically there should be nothing holding you back from making your own songs. However, MTV music generator 2 is extremely fiddley and hard to use.
Excerpt: Info: Price: £39.99 Out: Now Developer: Jester Publisher: Codemasters Website: www.codemasters.com ELSPA Rating: 3+ Players: 1-8 with Multitap Insight: Jester is renowned for making music simulations on PS2. Music 3000 is the developers latest offering to date. "MTV Music Generator 2 ,baby!
Pros: Original and fun music simulation
Cons: There is no challenge to the game whatsoever
Excerpt: When I first heard about MTV Music Generator 2 for the PS2 I quite excited about it as I loved the first one. I heard it was more rock orientated, it does have more rock samples, but not as much as I'd like it to have. Anyway about the game...
Excerpt: As a fan of Codemasters Music 2000 on the PS1, I was awaiting this release with baited breath, but I have to say there are a few irritating problems which could have been avoided. That said, this is still a class and very clever product. It makes superb use of the PS2's sound capabilities.
Pros: You can create pretty much any kind of music