Summary: Choice of songs? Terrible. Gameplay? Non-existent. Difficulty? varies too much. The only reason I can't give it a 0 is because I have a sweet spot for games where you constantly press buttons. One thing's for sure- you won't be idle watching the screen in this. It's so simple- you just press the buttons when they come up and you have to time it right. 4 buttons, one simple goal- but one ha rd as hell challenge on higher speeds.
Summary: Whilst not revolutionary, BBR is a fun game. Whether you like the music varies by taste, but I like the tracks. Definitely worth a try. Could also be worth getting if you already own a Guitar Hero guitar or the 360 dance pad.
Summary: The music tracks aren't great, but it's still a good game. It's comparable to DDR or Guitar Hero, but with out the accesories or price. It has satisfying achievements that make for hours of gameplay, but not much replay value.
Summary: This game is complete garbage. In order for a music game to have any chance of being taken seriously, the positions of the notes onscreen must have something to do with their pitch, or rythym, or ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE MUSIC. In BBR, however, arrows appear at apparently meaningless positions on the screen. Also, music games should not make a sound when you get a note right. This game tot ally blows.
Boom Boom Rocket (Xbox 360): It could have been good but it isnt really.
10 January 2010
Summary: Well this game is a sort of alternate style to Guitar Hero and Rockband, but essential similar. Except you arent playing guitar's. The game itself involves coloured fireworks being shot from the ground and when reaching your bar, you must press the button on your controller that matches the colour of the firework.
Pros: Endurance mode is fun
Cons: The game is quite dull, and awful multiplayer.
Summary: Boom Boom Rocket is game for the Xbox 360 which is currently available for 800MP on the Xbox Live Marketplace. It is a game which is similar to dance mat games and the Guitar Hero series with exception that it has classical music and is also orientated towards players using the conventional Xbox 360 controller.
Pros: Addictive, some cool fast-paced music, makes a change from other arcade titles.
Cons: Not quite Guitar Hero, gets hard to reach the higher grades.
Excerpt: "Boom Boom Rocket is a game available on the Xbox 360 Market place Arcade for 800 Microsoft Points. It features classical music which in a way like the dance mat games you have to press buttons on your controller to match the buttons shown up on screen there is 3 difficulty settings easy medium and hard in the hard setting there is double combinations he recently released extra guitar tracks which made the game last longer there is 5 game modes: Standard ...