Summary: The songs on this game are great and the Band Hero guitar works fine with it, but it doesn't recognize the drum controller at all! Which is a bummer, because the Band Hero drums have worked fine with Rockband 3 and Guitar Hero games. I guess live and learn and make sure you check compatibility first!
Summary: I thought the game was goiung to include custom-made AC/DC characters and venues like they did on the Beatles and Green Day Rockbands, but didnt, which was sort of a letdown. Also, I only play the drums, and the songs on this game have dull drumming. Of course I dont blame the game for that, Im just not personally thrilled with the game.
Summary: What I like: AC/DC songs, it´s the most fun you can get playing Rock band ever. What I don´t like: I hoped to play Angus on the screen, like other games like Metallica, Beatles and etc. That would be FUN. Or - that would be absolutely great - if you could choose between Angus or Malcolm tracks. But at all the most drawback is that they used (obviously) the AC/DC Live album tracks.
Summary: The track pack for Rock Band does not work with the Guitar Hero Drums. I asked the guy at Game Shop and he said it would, but it doesn't. The Guitars and Mic will work, but you can forget using the drums. Other than that, the game itself is awesome. Great selection of songs. Great item for under $20, but this you will be disappointed if spending more.
Summary: This is a fun game but if you know AC/DC and all their songs you'll find that they are not exactly the same. Some of the words are changed and it just sounds different than the original recordings. I guess I wanted it a little more accurate. However, the game is fun to play.
Summary: I bought the AC/DC: Rock Band for Playstation 3, it is a great game for played this is provides happiness with alot music the one the best band Rock Music. But I have a problem on this games, because is not compatible with my Drum Guitar Hero World Tour and graphic games is weak.
Summary: Legendary rockers, AC/DC, provide 18 live tracks for Rock Band pleasure. The game is fun and being able to put the library on hard drive with the other RB2 songs will be great (when I am able to get a working code). In the mean time, you can only play one game at a time...not a feature, but a flub. Despite this, the notation is entertaining and I had fun laughing at myself and my wife as we worked through a few tunes.
Summary: Being a huge fan of AC/DC, and a guitar player, I was anxious to get this title. Having previously played Rock Band, the controls are exactly the same, as expected. Tracks include the same tracks from the "AC/DC Live" DVD from Donnington, recorded in 1991. 18 tracks are included here. 1. "Thunderstruck" 2. "Shoot to Thrill" 3. "Back in Black" 4. "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" 5. "Heatseeker" 6. "Fire Your Guns" 7. "Jailbreak" 8. "The Jack" 9.
Summary: I pulled the trigger on the AC/DC Rock Band Track Pack because I saw it at the $20 price point on eBay for a brand new copy. 18 songs/$20 seemed reasonable and about the average price per song I'd expect when buying them from the marketplace. I also liked the idea that the track pack gave me access to some achivements. The "game" itself is like a stripped down version of Rock Band 1. Just a bare-bones classic RB1 interface just to get you into the songs.