Conclusion: Battle of the Bands has a good idea, but fails on almost every account to deliver. From the washed out, block graphics to the shoddy, unresponsive gameplay, there is really nothing to recommend a purchase here.
Summary: Battle of the Bands
seems more like a WiiWare title than a full-fledged purchase, and for $39.99 I expect more. It can be fully completed in a matter of hours. The covers of some really great songs are chopped to pieces and thrown out the window.
Pros: Very simple to learn., Good selection of original songs., Fun for a short amount of time.
Cons: Lackluster graphics., Bad value for the typical price suggested., Terribly easy., Little or no replay value., Horrible cover songs.
Conclusion: line that will have some kind of adverse affect on your opponent, like flipping the beats so they have to perform the opposite action that is called for. While this constant chipping at each other is done throughout the match, there are specific sections where the main goal is launching green skulls...
Excerpt: If you're old enough to remember the original Napster, you're probably also old enough to remember The Gourds' bluegrass remix of Snoop Dog's "Gin and Juice," which took a popular song and completely changed the genre while still creating an enjoyable song.
Conclusion: Battle of the Bands wraps a neat idea in a novel presentation. It's a quirky game that's best enjoyed in short bursts with a friend. The challenge and gameplay will feel weak over the long run for those who've been spoiled by expert-level sessions of Guitar Hero and Rock Band, although rhythm game...