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I would love to give this game a higher rating, but it's almost unplayable for me. It lags, it's slow, and it crashes frequently. The positives with this game is the song list. Customer support is very helpful for importing songs if you buy the game now. Another positive is that when the game isn't crashing, the hit detection is much better than previous titles. This game lacks the current support it deserves as it is hard to play more than one or two songs without it crashing. Save your money and wait until Rock Band 4 comes out.
Let me start out by saying, I am a musician and I love Rock Band 2. Like most other actual musicians I know, I was skeptical at first. But once I picked up that plastic guitar and got the hang of it, I was hooked! Not only could I be an amazing lead guitarist in my fictional band, but a bass player and drummer too! So, I got some pals together and started a band. I actually formed six bands. Why not? I was brimming with ideas. I maxed out the characters you could create with friends and my own creations. (I was able to make a band of the Sweat Hogs from Welcome Back Kotter!) As I said, why not? I loved hitting the road and going to different cities all over the world. I loved making money to buy clothes and gear, even if it was only 20 bucks sometimes. I loved winning over fans. I bought Rock Band 1 to transfer all of those songs over to this amazing game. I downloaded songs from the store. Me and my pals were Rock Band 2 crazy and loving it! But, nothing that great could ever last, and we all got a little bored with it. We decided to put the band on hiatus. So, needless to say, I was more than a little excited to hear about the release of Rock Band 3. More songs! A keyboard! The chance to make new characters and bands! I had that first rush of excitement again! We're getting the band back together! I saved up some money (and a couple of Amazon gift cards), and ordered the game and the keyboard last Monday. I got the keyboard the next day, but had to wait until Saturday for the actual game to show up. It was the longest week of my life! But, there it was, Rock Band 3 finally in my hands. The drums were set up. The guitars were on their stands. The mic was plugged in. I invited over the old band to kick this thing off right. And... I am truly sorry to say, I have never been more disappointed in a video game sequel in all my days of gaming. What in the hell happened?! You can only have one band?? You can't travel to cities all over the world?? You don't earn any money for gigs?? Instruments and clothes are unlockables now?? How are kids supposed to learn the value of a dollar, and that in the music biz, even a 20 dollar gig was important?? There's a lot of great(?) characters created in the game. I'm just waiting to find that I can only create a few because space is taken up by that dude from the second game with the pink hair and yellow jacket. Yeah, he's way better than anything I could come up with. Even with all of that creativity taken out, I had hoped that the gameplay would still be fun. It wasn't. It is a pain to navigate. You can't go back to redo specific gigs without playing all the shows on that leg. You can't even get the controller synced back in after you have "all instruments" mode activated. And the icing on the cake? You have to pay a 10 dollar "licensing fee" to get the songs off of your Rock Band 1 and 2 discs and the Lego Rock Band disc! That's an extra 30 bucks! Must have been in the fine print of all those ads. What a gyp. Once I buy the disc, isn't the music technically already "licensed" to me? When I buy a CD, I don't have to pay a fee to put it on my iPod do I? There is a nice new song selection at least. And playing the songs themselves are still fun. It would have to be. That part of the gameplay is exactly the same! Where are all the new innovations?! Oh cool, we have a keytar. Oh sweet, we can adjust the jaw length on a head. You've got a "pro" guitar that's like a "real" guitar. If I wanted to play "real" guitar I would (and do), with my "real" bands. This is what RB3 decided to put their time into?! Take out all the truly fun and interesting and creative aspects of a wildly popular game, and replace it with a KEYTAR?! I don't know if I've ever gone from such pure elation on a Saturday night, to such utter disappointment on a Sunday night. So, I'll be heading back to the much more creative and realistic world of Rock Band 2. I'll keep buying songs online for that, and we'll keep trying to rock it for while. But that can't last. As far as I'm concerned, Rock Band is a dead franchise. They've taken everything I loved about the game (besides actually playing the songs of course) and thrown it out the van window. Lucky for me I still have a space reserved in the basement for all those instruments to collect dust in. They'll be back down there in a month or so. I see it on the horizon... Our band's breaking up. Again. What a frickin' bummer.