Excerpt: "...earlier Singstar and Guitar Hero, Rock Band was one of the most successful playalong games of the past couple of years. Where previous games let you do vocals and guitar respectively, Rock Band lets you do both and you can have a go on the drums too. It's a ludicrously expensive game if you want to get the most out of it. A full set of instruments costs around £90, and the game another £30; you could almost buy an Xbox 360 for that, and you might ...
Pros: Play and sing along to a band that truly defined rock music .
Cons: An expensive add - on for an already expensive game . Wii version lacks features .
Rock Band Song Pack Volume 1 (Wii): Lots of new songs to play along to
8 January 2009
Summary: Having already owned the Wii Rock Band equipment and software from the previous release, check out my review for that for more information, I was very excited to hear they were releasing a song pack, please note this game needs the original rock band equipment to play. I pre-ordered and waited patiently. When it arrived I saw that the disk contained 20 new songs to play and that in itself was dissapointing.
Pros: Some good songs and the rock band equipment is fantastic
Cons: Not good value for money with so few songs on disk
Summary: I bought this song pack at the same time as I bought the main rock band game, naively expecting the songs on it to be the ones listed in the manufacturers description of this item. For anyone else thinking the same, the track list above is the one for the main rock band game. The actual songs on this pack are: 1) 30 Seconds to Mars - The Kill 2) All-American Rejects - Move Along 3) Blink-182 - All the Small Things 4) Boston - More than a Feeling 5) David Bowie - Moonage...