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Rockband 1&2 were essentially the exact same game, rockband 3 mixes it up a little bit. Remember those expensive items you always wanted but didnt play enough to get them? Forget it, everything in Rockband 3 is unlocked after completing certain requirements, this make customization more fun and easy since you don't have to waste your money on an item and then change your mind about it. Also Touring your band has changed alot, and only for the better. If you are like me you have exported songs from Rockband 1&2 while on tour certain venues will give you chances to choose whatever you want but under certain guidelines to keep your huge list of songs easier to pick from. For example, choose 2 downloaded songs, or 3 70's hits, things like that. This might sound like a bad thing but if you have played with 3 people that are picky about their songs already, taking my list from 200 songs down to 30-40 makes everything easier. These is still almost always a setlist that they want you to play at each venue if you like them picking your songs for you. Challenge modes are much improved on if there is a challenge you want to complete you can just choose the challenge and it will show you a list of songs that will help you complete that challenge, and you can play the song right from there, no backing out and picking the song from a different game mode on the menu. If you have never picked up a Rockband game before I'd go with 3. The great things about these games is if your getting bored of the guitar, pick up some drum sticks, singing all the time anyway? pick up a mic and show your friends that you really do all the words to that.
So I am writing this review from the perspective of a RB-gamer who ONLY and I do mean ONLY ever sings. I find that playing Rock Band with the pitch correction on is the best thing that ever happened to my karaoke-loving self! I have exported both RB 1 and RB 2 into my RB 3. It cost 4.95 to export RB 1 and it cost 9.95 to export RB 2. Was it worth it doing that? YES! YES! A thousand times YES! Now I have about 256 songs to choose from and I can have a play list of as many songs as I want. The BEST BEST new feature of RB 3 in my opinion is the ability to change to "No-Fail Mode" in the MIDDLE of your setlist. I had a 10 song list going and I came across a really difficult song (Smashmouth's Walking on the Sun). When I failed out, the game allowed me to "Continue in No Fail Mode" and I clicked OK, continued my song horribly and successfully completed it, moved on to my next song very happily. YAY Rock Band! I love you! I can't wait to download more songs. WOO! Again, take this review with the knowledge that I ONLY sing. Don't really care to play any of the instruments. I use my game as karaoke practice! LOL Enjoy!
We have had RockBand 2 (RB2) for a couple of years and really enjoy it. We decided to upgrade from RB2 to RockBand 3 (RB3) and we enjoy RB3 more than RB2. The graphics are better and actually "playing" the game is better too. There are enough options for most people. The included manual is...adequate. Barely. Looking on the website for details about game play is frustrating.
We haven't got the keyboard instrument yet but it is possible to play keyboard using the guitar. The options to organize and select music are vastly superior to RB2. It is now possible to purchase music from within the game; this is a huge improvement from RB2. The stages and venues are nicer but the "music video" type of look when playing some songs is a bit over the top and sometimes look like someone's bad acid trip.
My only wish would be the option to not only speed up an individual's track speed but to also slow down an individual's track speed. By this I mean I wish that I could play a song on Hard but at a slower speed, one that wouldn't break my mid-40's wrists and fingers.
The song library is vast and always growing. I look forward to, someday, playing The Beatles songs on RB3, but have to wait for now. RockBand 3 is a fun game and worth the money.
Just got back into Rock Band recently and needed the disc version of Rock Band 3 so I can get the expansion into Rock Band 4. Big alternative rock/80s rock fan and this setlist is amazing. Very glad to have found a clean copy for a good price.
I think that there are several improvements in this version over previous ones that really make this game great, but perhaps the most important is being able to switch players and instruments on the fly. Instead of having to set your band up every time someone wants to join or leave, you can now just press the start button and viola! The new instruments also add an exciting new twist to the game, and harmonies for vocals is something my friends and I have been looking forward to for a while! I think the best part of this game is that it is generally family friendly (with some of the songs and downloadable content having suggestive themes that you may not want younger children exposed to).
i cant say enough about his great game.it has it all and the only game that lets you play keys....a little pricey tho..but worth it if you are an avid player...this game has good songs great goals for guitar.. pro guitar drums.. pro drums...bass....keys..pro keys...voice..harmony..what else do you need.when you get this game all songs are open..so you dont have to wait to play them. 83 songs...and this game lets you download almost all rock band songs to rock band 3
Just started playing this one, and I can't believe they've taken out vs. mode. You know, when you would play part, then the other person would play a part, and you try to save up your power ups until the end, but have to play perfectly to drown your opponent. My wife and I would play this for HOURS, it was the best part of Rockband. My son and his friends would watch us, hysterical as we pounded out bass on a Boston tune. They've replaced it with "Battle Mode" where you can post a setlist on your facebook page, then follow who beat your score the next day when you log on at work. Ooooh, fun. GD FB is ruining real social interaction. Because every software production manager idiot feels he has to get facebook time. Harmonix, I consider this a major regression. FAIL.
I became interested in this game because they finally took the music genre another step up. They added keyboards. They made it possible to play using real instruments.
I received the game last night with the keyboard controller and I have to say, it's very fun. I haven't used normal keys mode at this time, I started off immediately with pro keys and it feels great. May take a few moments to determine the chords the game is telling you to press in time to press them, the songs generally can take more practice to play properly because of that. Get to focus on your fingering techniques.
While most songs in the game seem to feature keyboards, there are some that do not. You can use the keyboard to play bass or guitar parts on those songs, or any song really. This is also pretty fun to do. I've never been too big on the guitar instrument so playing it on a keyboard makes it more appealing for me.
Expert pro keys is pretty intense looking. Can't do that yet, but I was curious :)
I don't have any of the other RB3 instruments at this time. So am unable to discuss those.
Overall, great fun. It's new and fresh feeling, and can actually help to like, play real instruments. I've become addicted all over again :)
The game itself is as good as the previous editions, as well as those on other consoles. Simply put, this is the same thing as previous Rock Bands and Guitar Heroes with the addition of keyboards and pro instruments, a slightly improved interface (that doesn't come with flaws), and more music.
However, the performance of the game is inexcusable. It will probably freeze at least once every single time you play it, especially if you visit the store to buy more music. Apparently EA abandoned support of the PS3 edition and never bothered to patch these problems out. Unfortunately for people like me who purchased their previous editions for the PS3, that means we either have to start over on the 360 or put up with the freezing.
The game itself is what you're used to with Rockband I and II, Beatles, etc; a lot of fun, an occasional glitch, some good music. The big thing with this version is the ability to play the keyboard, which was not supported in the previous versions.
But I occasionally want to play some of the songs from the old versions. There is the ability to import the old song lists into the new version, although of course you won't be able to play the keyboard. HOWEVER, they want you to PAY for this privledge! They want $10 (PER TITLE!) to import, even though you already OWN the old title! And, of course, without the ability to play the keyboard. IF they had updated the old songs for keyboard usage, OK, they had to do some work, I'm willing to pay. But they want $10 to update obsolete songs that I've already paid for?
Of course, I sent an email to Harmonix complaining about this issue. What a surprise, no response! Guess this is my last Harmonix purchase.