Summary: This game doesn't have the variety of the Rock Band or Guitar Hero franchises, but I really enjoyed it. It was a nice change of pace to have a goal to play for (defeat the monsters, keep the story going) instead of just trying to perfect a particular song. The music seems to be 2 Rob Zombie songs and then a bunch of hard rock covers of public domain music (Carmen, the can-can song).
R. Moore "You can't arrest me; I have Mentos!", Amazon
11 February 2014
Summary: Neil Patrick Harris Felcia Day music by Rob Zombie It's a rail shooter style game that uses the Rockband guitat and drum set to kill zombies and monsters like giant lobsters and a giant possessed robot made of trailor homes! It is so much fun!
Summary: If you're looking for a Guitar Hero game, skip this one. But if you're into killing zombies, and like guitars, this could be your game. You don't actually play songs, but hitting the correct notes, in the correct time, kills the zombies. Kinda cool if you're into zombies. Not so much if you actually want to play the songs.
If you have an Xbox 360 Guitar. There are 1000 Achievements waiting for ya
19 February 2013
Summary: Other than the achievements, really no replay factor. The kids laughed for a few hours, then became frustrated. The kill measures are shown in an a different manner than your guitar frets. But with practice and a LOT of random luck, you'll beat it :) Funny at times. Very frustrating other times.
Summary: The video graphics were great. I really enjoyed the life like movements. I did have problems with understanding some of the plays that went either the game. Could be difficult for some gamers.
Summary: If you want to try something else with your instruments this is pretty fun , its just house of the dead with instruments. It can be frustrating, but you know what the heck at the right price youll get some fun out of it. I wasnt disapointed at 7$. Over all its just cheezy fun.