Reviews and Problems with AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack
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AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack
Video Game Generation
3 February 2009
Summary: Do you like AC/DC? If yes, this pack is for you. If you’re not a fan, don’t bother. There’s really no meat to this game, and I’m not really sure why this was released in disc-only form outside of the obvious: Wal-Mart secured an exclusive release.
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Pros: Can import the tracks into, Rock Band, or, Rock Band 2, Good selection of tracks, Great for AC/DC fans
Cons: Wal-Mart exclusive, Barely any features in the game, No AC/DC likenesses, Not for anyone that isn't an AC/DC fan, Should have been available on the online store
Conclusion: If you love this game as much as i did, then there is the option of transferring all 18 songs to your rock band disk, and all the songs will still work on the rock band track pack disk. The best thing about it? its free! so overall your buying 18 songs for £6.50, and if every song is normally priced at around £1/$1 then its possibly one of the best deals on Xbox.
Summary: Rock groups don't get much bigger than AC/DC. The Australian hard-rock act has churned out 17 studio albums over 30 years, including one of the highest-selling albums of all time, Back in Black . With that kind of success, it's a no-brainer that Harmonix signed the Thunder From Down Under for an exclusive game all to themselves, following the inclusion of "Let There Be Rock" in Rock Band 2.
Pros: You get 18 AC/DC classics, Can export songs to Rock Band/Rock Band 2 for free