Excerpt: There's a New Stop On the Rock Band Tour, But Is This One a Game-Changer? At one point in time the music/rhythm genre of gaming was a fancy way of grouping a handful of games in with the Dance Dance Revolution series.
Excerpt: The NHL franchise from EA is what I would call a sports game anomaly; those who have never watched the game or even like it still seem to rate the games. Like myself, I have never even seen the sport; the closest I got to an ice rink was just before the local one closed down in the 90’s.
Excerpt: Fundamentally, the rhythm genre hasn’t changed much since its inception. From the earliest days of the genre, to its evolution in Japan with Konami’s “Bemani” games, like Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Freaks, to the eventual stateside success of Harmonix with Guitar Hero, there hasn’t been much...
Conclusion: Rock Band 3’s experience is contingent on how much you are willing to invest into the title. While you can certainly enjoy the experience sticking with the plastic guitars, venturing into the realm of real music playing via the Pro Guitar and Keyboard accessories will add to the overall experience...
Excerpt: I’ll admit it outright, I’m a Rock Band geek. I never thought I would be one to spend money almost monthly to get more songs to play in a video game, but here I am with a substantial library of Rock Band songs to play.
Conclusion: Rock Band fully deserves the unreserved acclaim that it was met with in America six months ago. It&#Array;s a superb game that captures music making in a way that nothing has before. However, things have changed since then.
Summary: Rock Band 3 ne réinvente pas la roue, mais est tout de même extrêmement intéressant. Le plaisir que procure cette série est toujours présent et vous vous surprendrez à chanter la plupart des chansons lorsque vous jouerez à ce jeu magnifique.
Pros: Le clavier Amusant Bande sonore intéressante Sept joueurs en même temps
Cons: Mode pro couteux Graphismes indentiques au précédent jeu