Reviews and Problems with AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack
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Great, but lacking.
D. Dillender "Flynt Coal", Amazon
7 August 2014
Summary: I've played for a good 2-3 hours so far and I like it. It works well with my Guitar Hero controller. The songs are OK. Some being some big easily recognizable songs and some I've never heard before. While these songs are good, they are few. 18 songs is not that much, However with the price I think it is worth it. I would have also liked to see the band instead of the characters playing the songs.
Great classic songs, solid addition to our RB library
10 April 2014
Summary: I'm not the biggest AC/DC fan, but their music is a popular favorite at our Rock Band get-togethers. We ordered this to grow our Rock Band 3 library, and I'm very happy with the purchase. The songs range in difficulty, and the star rankings are tough: this was made back on the RB1 engine when Harmonix wasn't so forgiving and group-friendly. The price was fantastic, and if you want this one remember two things: 1) It's rare to find now.
Summary: This was an item my son asked for. I can only assume he is happy with the purchase when I hear ACDC blaring in the Living Room. I never complain because when it comes to video games, no violence, no swearing really.. excellent!
Summary: Great DLC for the money! The only reason it is 4 instead of 5 stars is, the disc is made of live versions while not bad and certainly better than cover bands, its slightly different than what you may be used to. All in all, a great buy!
Summary: On its own, this game is very challenging and a must-have for fans of the band. For me, I mainly bought this just to add the songs to my Rock Band 3 library. I usually play the vocalist, and most of these songs really give me a run for my money. Guitar, bass and drums are also tough in most songs. These tracks are a great challenge for players and fans alike.
Summary: There isn't much in the way of fun in this game, it is a completely self-contained game, but really it's what it says it is, a track pack. So it's really only for fans of AC/DC. Guitar work really is hard on "hard". It allows you to import some of the tracks into Lego Rock Band but only about 4 of them I think. The ones they consider to be "clean" enough.
Summary: I'm a big AC/DC fan, so this is a lot of fun, but the tracks are harder than most other tracks, so while I can play many songs on "Hard," these kick my butt and I have to put it back to medium. Maybe I'm just getting old.
Summary: AC/DC Live: Track Pack has all the rock-edge you've wanted to play in a music game. The songs are fun to play, with accurate-enough charts and tunes that even if you didn't think you knew--most of which--you'll realize you've heard on your local rock station a dozen times before (which by no means is a bad thing). Obviously this will cater the most to fans of the band, and really, if you don't at least moderately like AC/DC I have no idea why you'd pick this up.