Hey folks Valkor here with a sneak peek of a game younger “Rock Band” players might enjoy. Hell even the older set might like to rock out to some of these tunes. It’s called “Lego Rock Band”. That’s right, it’s Rock Band with a Lego motif and if you’re a fan of any of the Lego games, then you might enjoy. I had the chance to check out some of Lego Rock Band @ E3 this year and it's looks good, very, very cutesy, but it's the music that impresses me more. I'll also admit that I've never been a fan of the past Lego games (Star Wars, Batman, Indiana Jones), but this might change. The game is developed by Harmonix & Traveller's Tales, published and distributed by Warner Interactive, MTV Games, and EA Games,
For those who’ve never played Rock Band; well it’s a music game that allows up to four players to rock out to some popular tunes, each player controlling an instrument (2 guitars, one drum and one lead singer). The object of the game is to hit colored buttons on the controller in time with its same colored symbol on screen, set to popular music; the lead singer just has to hit the right note. Now with Lego Rock Band, it’s the same idea but with a Lego theme. You get those funny Lego cut scenes, create your own singers, roadies, everyone! On top of that once you complete a song, you get those Lego Studs to unlock more items. Here’s a brief track list of songs of the songs you’ll be playing. Plus you’ll be able to import some of the more “family-friendlier” titles from the Rock Band games over to Lego.
- Counting Crows – Accidentally in Love
- The Police – Everything little thing she does is magic
- Ray Parker Jr. – Ghostbusters
- The Jackson 5 – I want you Back
- Life is a Highway – Rascal Flatts
- Spin Doctors – Two Princes
- Bryan Adams – Summer of 69
- Bon Jovi – You Give Love a Bad Name
The game will be released just in time for the holidays (which is just around the corner) for the Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii and the DS, until then check out some of these trailers and screens and we’ll have more of the game as it gets closer to release.