Summary: If you had a hard and rough day and if you just want to lay back and chill to a simple and thrilling game, this game is right for you! It is mostly just a simplified version of Rock Band, as you also got to use your skill and reflexes to score the most multipliers in the part of the song while trying to score massive points as you do it.
Summary: This game really is not for everyone, if you enjoyed Rock Band Unplugged on the PSP then you'll surely enjoy this, otherwise you'll probably hate Blitz. The game can be overly confusing at first and the training mode really doesn't help. graphics are great, sound is great, and the 20 song soundtrack is a great addition to rock band 3 which is probably where you'll end up playing the songs. try the demo before you buy this.
Summary: I find Rock Band Blitz to be a very fun and addicting game. I love how the game is based more around getting a high score then it is just hitting notes. I'd say its only flaws are that the game only comes with 25 new songs,and that there is no true multiplayer.
Summary: the game is quite annoying, but the fact that the songs import freely is the best thing of this game, it's just disappointing, but I'd say if you're into this type of games go for it, spend some 1200MSP (NOTE: this isn't really a Rhythm Videogame like previous ones).
Summary: This game is a lot of fun. It is a wonderful step in the right direction for a genre that seemed to be losing its muster. The fact that all previous downloaded content works with this game is incredible and the price is too cheap to not purchase this game if you enjoy playing Rock Band. The coin system, which ultimately makes you play through songs without going for a high score, is the only negative about the game. My thumbs hurt from playing so much.
Summary: Gli appassionati di Rhythm Game, orfani delle due serie regine Rock Band e Guitar Hero e in attesa dell'ambizioso Rocksmith, che potrebbe essere il nuovo messia in questo genere di giochi, non possono comunque avere di che lamentarsi in questo periodo perchè, dopo l'uscita dell'atipico Retro/Grade (di cui potete trovare QUI le nostre impressioni), mix riuscitissimo tra sparatutto e gioco musicale, adesso è la volta di Rock Band Blitz, primo titolo di Harmonix dopo lo...
Summary: This is what you call a true sleeper hit.There is unlimited replay value and a game that surprised me in just about every way.I didn't think it was possible for a video game to be so fun.The company that's direction was going for simulation in music gaming comes back and slaps us in the face with arcade genius.Whenever I wanted to play the arcade versions of music I would pop in one of my Guitar Hero games and just have good ol' fashion fun.When I wanted to play a little...
Summary: Absolute rubbish. Defective by design. Only works online, To be competitive in a song you need to equip power ups, and they cost coins every time that you play a song. If you lose connection during a song, you don't save your score, don't win any coins and lose the coins that you used to equip the power ups. If you want to be competitive you have to link to your facebook. Depends on pointless grinding instead of skill.
Summary: Blending elements from their earlier games, Frequency/Amplitude with Rock Band on PSP, throwing in power-ups and a highly competitive scoring mechanism has lead to one of the most addicting titles I have played in years. Lookins at videos, it is easy to get weary about this game. With only 2 notes to play per track, I didn't see how it could stand up to Frequency/Amplitude. Luckily, the way it is set up, you are thankful there isn't 3 notes per lane.
Summary: Rock Band Blitz is very similar in heart to Rock Band Unplugged or Amplitude, the idea is to hit buttons in rhythm instead of using peripherals to pseudo-mimic the actions of a real instrument to play the game. Blitz essentially feels like Rock Band lite, but the gameplay is stellar. If you are in way a fan of Rhythm games, Rock Band Blitz is the game for you.