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LEGO Rock Band (Game only) for Xbox 360
LEGO Rock Band (Game only)

LEGO Rock Band (Game only)

Xbox 360 Developer : Travellers Tales

Suitable for general audiences.
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Customer reviews

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
Review by Christopher on 27th October, 2010
4 stars "Great game from rock band series"

Easy and fun for the whole family to play

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
Review by Heather on 9th December, 2011
4 stars "Loads of Fun"

The whole family have enjoyed this, good range of songs

2 out of 8 people found this review helpful:
Review by Shaun on 22nd December, 2009
3 stars "Not what I call a good job form Harmonix."

This my review of the game LEGO: Rockband.

With me wanting get this and just export the songs comes a large review of mixed opinions and a final conclusion. I have only played this for one day but I don't think I could play for much longer with having finished the story (a couple songs away) and having more than half the achievements I wasn't too pleased with this, so as we do.


As you'll obviously know in a Rock Band game you play songs, and as in usual Rock Band games you're welcomed to well thought out set lists. The songs by all means made me really want this game, the of it only have 45 songs was something I was very pleased with as Rock Band has about 67 songs for the EU release which I have got and Rock Band 2 which I have had for a year now had 84 songs, so a bit of disappointment there. Bringing up disappointment is that you will have to put the LEGO: Rock Band disc to export the songs but unlike the original you have to download them, which is a pain in the ass, as I have to wait for to get back home to do so as the the Bandwidth here is not good at all. With me having a lot of DLC I found it was peculiar that “She's a Genius” was not allowed and yet “My Curse” was.


This was what having a LEGO style Rock Band? Well then this game was just another LEGO game but apart from adventure was, you know a Rock Band game. The characters are confusing as you have to buy these ‘Mini figures’ to actually get more clothes. The layout of the gameplay was the norm but again a bit LEGO style which didn't offer much and I was thought was very bland.


The story was not a story. It was just you playing Rock Band with words and a few cut scenes. What I found the most terrible about this Story mode was that I had to play “Check yes Juliet” 4 times in Story mode without my wishes on doing so as I now hate the song. With the cut scenes again the game doesn't tell a story with them and I didn't get my “Rock Adventure” as advertised. Something I did indeed enjoy from this experience was being able to see the LEGO fellas pop up on the screen like in Ghostbusters, though sadly only when you play that “Power Play” or whatever.


As I said earlier the character customisation was horrible and I did not enjoy one hairstyle. The “Rock Den” was terrible as when you put stuff in it you can't get a feel to what you are trying to pull off and end up just a mess of a room. instruments as always never appeal to me in Rock Band.


The gameplay is up to standard and the way I love it, so no reason get into that. Let's see having the feature of the the auto drum kick and the new “Super Easy” difficulty was able to let my 6 year old cousin finish a song on this game, as before could not actually focus on it and just randomly wail on the drums. I did not try out the “Shortened” songs but don't think I really need to.

Over all replay value:

This is a game I cannot see myself play ever again as when you are done with the Story mode you have nothing else to do, such online play. You can always export the songs but you'd probably be sick of them by now.


I do not recommend this to anyone but the parent who is about to kill the child after failing a song in Rock Band 2, but if you are going to just export the songs find another way but buying this. All in all this game does not add any more respect to Harmonix from but may even bad., though it wasn't in full development from them. This game is a poo.



Release date NZ
November 27th, 2009
All-time sales rank
Top 5000
Buy this and earn 360 Banana Points
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LEGO Rock Band merges two of the most popular videogame franchises to deliver a unique family-friendly music experience that will take tweens, teens, families and gamers of all ages on a wild journey to rock stardom in order to “Build a Band and Rock the Universe.”

Combining the authentic multiplayer music experience of Rock Band with the accessibility, customization and humor of LEGO games, LEGO Rock Band allows players to create their own unique rock star style and customize their own avatars, band members, roadies, and managers.


  • Rock out using Rock Band instrument controllers, as well as most Guitar Hero and other authorized third-party music video game peripherals and microphones.
  • Rock along to current hits and classic favorites that the whole family will enjoy
  • Use the LEGO character customizer to create and personalize your band, instrument controllers and entourage.
  • Pull off killer riffs in LEGO themed Rock Power Challenges to perform amazing feats such as defeating a giant octopus, summoning a storm or demolishing a skyscraper.
  • Go on tour and build fame LEGO style by completing songs to collect LEGO® studs – unlock cool vehicles, progress to new venues and unlock new characters and instruments.
  • Express yourself with a personalized LEGO Rock Den that can be accessorized and decorated to perfectly suit your rock style.
  • All-access gaming! Start off on Easy, and work your way up to Expert or try out the newly introduced Super Easy setting created especially for budding rock stars!

Review by Gamespot

“…another solid entry in the popular franchise. The charming visuals and goofy story make this a good place to start for Rock Band rookies, and the setlist is quirky enough for everyone else.” 7.5/10
THE GOOD – Charming aesthetics, Rock Power Challenges provide an interesting combination of story and gameplay, Setlist has plenty of variety, Rocking out with friends is still great fun.
THE BAD – No online mode, Shorter versions of songs often end too abruptly.

All American Rejects, “Swing, Swing”
The Automatic, “Monster”
Blink-182, “Aliens Exist”
Blur, “Song 2”
Bon Jovi, “You Give Love a Bad Name”
Boys like Girls, “Thunder”
Bryan Adams, “Summer of 69”
Carl Douglas, “Kung Fu Fighting”
The Coral, “Dreaming of You”
Counting Crows, “Accidentally in Love”
David Bowie, “Let’s Dance”
Elton John, “Crocodile Rock”
Europe, “The Final Countdown”
Everlife, “Real Wild Child”
Foo Fighters, “Breakout”
Good Charlotte, “Girls & Boys”
The Hives, “Tick Tick Boom!”
Iggy Pop, “The Passenger”
Incubus, “Dig”
Jackson 5, “I Want You Back”
Jimi Hendrix, “Fire”
Kaiser Chiefs, “Ruby”
Katrina & The Waves, “Walking on Sunshine”
The Kooks, “Naïve”
KoRn, “Word Up!”
KT Tunstall, “Suddenly I See”
Lostprophets, “Rooftops”
P!NK, “So What”
The Police, “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic”
The Primitives, “Crash”
Queen, “We Are The Champions”
Queen, “We Will Rock You”
Rascal Flatts, “Life is a Highway”
Ray Parker Jr., “Ghostbusters”
Razorlight, “Stumble and Fall”
Spin Doctors, “Two Princes”
Spinal Tap, “Short & Sweet”
Steve Harly, “Make Me Smile”
Sum 41, “In Too Deep”
Supergrass, “Grace”
Tom Petty, “Free Fallin”
T-Rex, “Ride a White Swan”
Vampire Weekend, “A-Punk”
We the Kings, “Check Yes Juliet”
The Zutons, “Valerie”


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