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5.8 out of 10

Battle of the Bands

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Reviews and Problems with Battle of the Bands

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Overall 6

Great CD

brian j warner "warnergrape", Amazon
27 November 2014
  • Summary: The game is not the worst game i have seen but it definitely is no wheres near great. The gameplay becomes boring over time and doesn't have a true story mode or anything to unlock from playing it. The soundtrack is amazing though and luckily we can just listen to the songs without playing and we can choose which genre the song will be played in(5-6 different genre each song can be played in).
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Overall 10


p, Amazon
8 January 2014
  • Summary: Not as great as Guitar Hero, but in the same vein as Ultimate Band. A fun distraction and worth its price.
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Overall 6

Nothing Compared to Rockband

Sharon T, Amazon
10 June 2013
  • Summary: In a nutshell... buy rockband or Band/Guitar Hero! Game kept the kids amused until they got Rockband. I bought this to see if my kids would like it before the expense of buying the gear and Rockband/Guitar Hero games. Youngest son (8) enjoyed the battle challenges.
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Overall 8

JAJA they Jammmmm

Eduardo, Amazon
4 March 2013
  • Summary: Its fun to watch the kids battle without getting hurt ,, is a good game , nothing else to say in my opinion...
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Overall 6

You get what you pay for

Triton, Amazon
9 December 2012
  • Summary: By now, this game is inexpensive. But, that's validated by the quality of this game. This is not like other music games on the market, really you just move the wii-mote in different directions in correspondence with onscreen prompts. I picked it up because of one thing, the ability to hear the songs in different styles. At the beginning of each "battle" you pick a band, which falls into Rock, Hip-Hop, Country, Latin, or Marching Band, then one of 30 songs.
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Overall 8

Unique fun - great value!

MEG327, Amazon
31 December 2010
  • Summary: Having paid under $10 for this title, I wasn't expecting much, and I put off trying it out until late Christmas night. I ended up playing for a long time since it was so much more fun than I had expected! For one thing, you have to shake and move the Wii remote in different directions (which can be a bit tiring - but fun!), rather than just hitting buttons, and the graphics, storyline and gameplay are really creative and fun.
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Overall 2

Terrible songs, do NOT try even it seems inexpensive

Jeff, Amazon
12 December 2009
  • Summary: My kids hate the songs in this game or they just don't know how to play. Played once and now ready to get rid of it but don't know how. The songs are NOT excited at all and sound more like furenal marches. Do NOT try it; it is no.t worhty to buy.
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Overall 6

Great Seller

Hossein Nourbakhsh, Amazon
6 January 2009
  • Summary: I got the product on time, but this game is for Teens, and my son is too young to play it.
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User Review

PuNiao, play-asia.com
28 September 2008
  • Summary: Fancy listening to Cypress Hill's Insane In The Brain country style or dancing to the marching band version of KC and the Sunshine Band's That's The Way (I Like It)? As crazy, or cheesy, as they may sound, it's actually a riot to jam to such ludicrous versions of popular songs. Battle Of The Bands takes 30 popular hits and spins them in five styles - metal, hip-hop, country, Latin and marching band.
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Overall 4

Wrist Action

Aaron Merkel, Amazon
24 May 2008
  • Summary: Pros: Hearing a song sung and played in a variety of genres, funny band animations, and a variety of venues to play in. Cons: Terrible graphics - everything is very blocky and colors are not very aggreeable to the eye. The music production quality is very low. This game is fun for a few minutes but wears thin fast. Your wrist/hand will get tired over the course of a 4-minute song. There really isn't much to this game at all.
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