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Take your band on an online-enabled World Tour mode, record albums, tackle the addictive Set Challenges, or even compete against other bands, either in your living room or halfway across the world, in the Battle of the Bands mode. plus all of the modes you know and love from the first Rock Band gameCompatible with ALL past and future downloadable content - even tracks you downloaded for Rock Band back in 2007 - so you can play a never-ending, face-melting setHas a tool that actually teaches you how to play the drums in real life - or you can just have fun jamming and playing along to songs like an animal in the Freestyle Drum modeSongs from - Abnormality, AC/DC, AFI, Alanis Morissette, Alice in Chains, Allman Brothers, Anarchy Club, Avenged Sevenfold, Bad Company, Bang Camaro, Beastie Boys, Beck, Bikini Kill, Billy Idol, Blondie, Bob Dylan, Bon Jovi, Breaking Wheel, Cheap Trick, Devo, Dinosaur Jr., Disturbed, Dream Theater, Duran Duran, Elvis Costello, Fleetwood Mac, Foo Fighters, Guns N' Roses, Interpol, Jane's Addiction, Jethro Tull, Jimmy Eat World, Joan Jett, Journey, Judas Priest, Kansas, L7, Lacuna Coil, Libyans
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 price: 300
 MTV Games(2008-09-14)
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customer 's review
(Like an Updated Rock Band)

(The evolution of a platform)

(Let There Be Rock)

(WTF Amazon?)

(If you like Rock Band then you have to buy this game.)
Rock Band 2 easily follows closely to it's predecessor. Much like the first game the menus and venues are relatively the same. Given some new songs, and some slightly enhanced visuals and modes, one wont have a hard time switching over.

Infact RB2 is a pinch easier on the timing window for hammer ons and pull offs. If this turns one away the difficulty has been raised to offer more a challenge, songs like Judas Preist's "Painkiller" and Metallica's "Battery" are quite the uproar. Luckily their still is a handfull of easy songs, and of slight difficulty.

RB2 versatile rocking track list feels a little blue. Many awesome songs, but so many filler alt rock bands that don't really live up to a Rock Band feeling swarm the game. It's not even so much the songs are bad, they just really don't fit the experience all too well. Atleast one has the option to transfer all RB1 songs to their HDD for use in RB2. As good as a boat load of new tracks smell it has a slightly offending odor to it. One must pay a light fee, and a few tracks aren't available. This is due to a licensing issue.

Rock out at a party with this stellar title, play at home and crank the speakers, download some tracks and invest some time in good qaulity music. Rock Band 2 is finally here.

This version lacks the 'gear' to immersivley play, but one should already of had access previously if purchasing this variant. Inside the booklet of the game contains a code which allows access to 20 free songs from the Rock Band site, as of now the songs have still yet to appear. Rock Band 2
features a strong online community and an even strong dowloadable content (DLC) basis. Every Tuesday songs are released, upon paying for them you can have access to entire albums! Harmonix has also allowed for single players to play World Tour mode, this is much like the multiplayr aspect of the previous game. 'Touring' locations all over the world unlocking new songs and venues as one progresses, you can even join up with your band to continue.

Overall Rock Band 2 is great, only main issue is unlocking every song is a bit tedious. The equalizers on certain songs sound poorly mixed.

The prime difference between what the folks at Harmonix and the people at Neversoft/RedOctane are doing with their perspective games comes down to very important semantics. Neversoft's Guitar Hero series is a franchise. Harmonix's Rock Band is a platform. It's a huge distinction and the truth is that Rock Band's method benefits the consumers a lot more.

So when you're purchasing Rock Band 2, you'll getting a lot more value than you can imagine. Sure there's the 84 song (all master cuts) list and the 20 additional free bonus songs coming really soon, but what's important to note is the promise that Harmonix is keeping with: Rock Band is a platform, meaning every song under the Rock Band umbrella (with a few unfortunate nixes) will work with their games. So not only do all the songs you've been downloading for a year work, but also all but three songs in Rock Band 1 can be ripped to your hard drive (for a nominal $5 for licensing fees). This is a phenomenal value that values the customer more than paying for individual "expansion" packs that have no connectivity to one another. Platform versus franchise.

Alright, so there's a huge value here. But once you dig into the actual game, there's some good and some blah. Harmonix revamped the touring mode so that, regardless of playing single or multi, you have one World Tour. Previously, songs unlocked in solo play would show up in the multiplayer; here, though, regardless of whether you're playing by yourself or with friends, you're unlocking songs as you travel throughout the world. It's a lot more fun and emphasizes group play.

One of the issues I've run into is that the people I play Rock Band with aren't the best of players. We do it for fun and we'd invariably run into a brick wall in the tour where they'd have to move up to the next difficulty and couldn't. So far, we haven't run into that situation and have gotten a lot more out of touring that we used to. I hope this continues as this is the most exciting and fun aspect of the game.

Other game types have been included, as well. Your band can do the "Tour Challenge," which basically throws various set lists at you to get through. These set lists can be songs from a specific band or songs difficult on a certain instrument or songs of a certain theme, etc. A second game type is "Battle of the Bands" and puts your band against another band virtually, with a leaderboard to track your progress.

If you're looking for more character customization options, you'll probably be disappointed. There's a few more new hair types and a couple more faces, but for the most part it feels like the first Rock Band. This is a common thread throughout Rock Band 2: it feels a lot like the first Rock Band. It's more of a slow evolution. By far the best changes are ones that should have been in place the first time around, namely the fact you don't need a band leader and that you can have one character play any of the instruments. This is probably my favorite part of the new game (minus the songs).

But the songs are the real showcase. There's a lot of diversity here with a lot of new bands, some oldies and everything in between. But most of the songs are a ton of fun to play, which is the most important part. If you have Rock Band, this is a no brainer as the gameplay modes are more fun and you're not losing songs. If you're new, this is a terrific place to start. Many many hours have been logged so far and I can't wait for more.

This game is beautiful. Literally and figuratively. I find myself admiring the menu screens because the color and artwork is so well put together.

The songs are good, for the most part. I suppose part of it comes down to personal preference, but the songs by Testament and Metallica I could have done without, as well as Drain You by Nirvana and the Beastie Boys track.

However, those are rather small annoyances in the context of the overall game. Stuff like Lazy Eye by Silversun Pickups alone make it worth having. Before this game was released I was planning to buy both it and Guitar Hero: World Tour. And I still may, but now I just am wondering what the point would be? There's no way GH: WT's tracks are going to match Rock Band's.

Anyways, back to the review. The game intelligence is fantastic. It reads if you have downloaded songs, and then uses them for some of the song sets. New the game are Challenges, which is basically just a tiered set of song sets. But it's cleverly done. For instance, I have downloaded quite a few Who songs, some by Oasis, and The Smashing Pumpkins, so when I reached a certain tier, there were four new Challenges to play, the Oasis challenge, the Smashing Pumpkins Challege, a Who's Next Challenge, and a Who's Live At Leeds challenge.

Also, it's much more fun now that you can play Tour mode with just one person. I have probably logged over 20 hours of total play so far and I still haven't unlocked all of the songs. There are a LOT.

And the promise of 20 more within the next couple of months will be fantastic.

What is the point of ordering something on time or pre-ordering if Amazon is going to pull the BS of offering 1600 points a week later? Shouldn't this fall under price guarantee?

Great product, buy if from a company that still has dignity. If you can find one.

Let me start by saying the game playing is the same (as far as I can tell). So far the song selection is really good but to me the most important thing is....
All the songs I bought in the original Rock Band I can play in this version.

I'm not a huge gamer but I have never bought extra's for a game and they have worked in the next version of the game. I'm sure there maybe some games where this exists but let me say I probably bought 30 songs for the first game and I can play them all so why not upgrade!

Continue your Rock and Roll fantasy with Rock Band 2. This game lets you and your friends take your band on an even more expansive and immersive world tour - in person or online. Vicariously jam out as some of the best guitarists, bassists, drummers and singers of all time. Featuring a track list with more than 100 on-disc and downloadable tracks from some of the most hallowed bands of the rock pantheon, Rock Band 2 challenges rockers to master lead guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals.



Continue Your Rock and Roll Fantasy


Rock Band 2lets you and your friends take your band on an even more expansive and immersive world tour - in person or online - and continue your rock and roll fantasy.


Harmonix, deliverRock Band 2, the next step to the platform that lets audiences of all ages interact with music in an all-new way.Rock Band 2lets players vicariously jam out as some of the best guitarists, bassists, drummers and singers of all time.

Featuring a track list with more than 100 on-disc and downloadable tracks from some of the most hallowed bands of the rock pantheon,Rock Band 2by challenges rockers to master lead guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals.







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Rock Band 2

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  • Take your band on an online-enabled World Tour mode, record albums, tackle the addictive Set Challenges, or even compete against other bands, either in your living room or halfway across the world, in the "Battle of the Bands" mode... plus all of the modes you know and love from the first Rock Band game!
  • Compatible with ALL past and future downloadable content - even tracks you downloaded forRock Bandback in 2007 - so you can play a never-ending, face-melting set.
  • Rock Band 2pushes music simulation farther than it’s ever gone with a tool that actually teaches you how to play the drums in real life - or you can just have fun jamming and playing along to songs like an animal in the Freestyle Drum mode.

Track List



  • Abnormality- "Visions"
  • AC/DC- "Let There Be Rock"
  • AFI- "Girl's Not Grey"
  • Alanis Morissette- "You Oughta Know"
  • Alice in Chains- "Man in the Box"
  • Allman Brothers- "Ramblin' Man"
  • Anarchy Club- "Get Clean"
  • Avenged Sevenfold- "Almost Easy"
  • Bad Company- "Shooting Star"
  • Bang Camaro- "Night Lies"
  • Beastie Boys- "So Watcha Want"
  • Beck- "E-pro"
  • Bikini Kill- "Rebel Girl"
  • Billy Idol- "White Wedding Pt. I "
  • Blondie- "One Way or Another"
  • Bob Dylan- "Tangled Up in Blue"
  • Bon Jovi- "Livin' on a Prayer"
  • Breaking Wheel- "Shoulder to the Plow"
  • Cheap Trick- "Hello There"
  • Devo- "Uncontrollable Urge"
  • Dinosaur Jr.- "Feel the Pain"
  • Disturbed- "Down with the Sickness"
  • Dream Theater- "Panic Attack "
  • Duran Duran- "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  • Elvis Costello- "Pump it Up"
  • Fleetwood Mac- "Go Your Own Way"
  • Foo Fighters- "Everlong "
  • Guns N' Roses- "Shackler's Revenge"
  • Interpol- "PDA"
  • Jane's Addiction- "Mountain Song"
  • Jethro Tull- "Aqualung"
  • Jimmy Eat World- "The Middle"
  • Joan Jett- "Bad Reputation"
  • Journey- "Anyway You Want It"
  • Judas Priest- "Painkiller"
  • Kansas- "Carry On Wayward Son"
  • L7- "Pretend We're Dead"
  • Lacuna Coil- "Our Truth"
  • Libyans- "Neighborhood"
  • Linkin Park- "One Step Closer"
  • Lit- "My Own Worst Enemy"
  • Lush- "De-Luxe"
  • Mastodon- "Colony of Birchmen"
  • Megadeth- "Peace Sells"
  • Metallica- "Battery"
  • Mighty Mighty Bosstones- "Where'd You Go"
  • Modest Mouse- "Float On"
  • Motorhead- "Ace of Spades "
  • Nirvana- "Drain You"
  • Norman Greenbaum- "Spirit in the Sky "
  • Panic at the Disco- "Nine in the Afternoon"
  • Paramore- "That's What You Get"
  • Pearl Jam- "Alive"
  • Presidents of the United States of America- "Lump"
  • Rage Against the Machine- "Testify"
  • Ratt- "Round&Round"
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers- "Give it Away "
  • Rise Against- "Give it All"
  • Rush- "The Trees"
  • Silversun Pickups- "Lazy Eye"
  • Smashing Pumpkins- "Today"
  • Social Distortion- "I Was Wrong"
  • Sonic Youth- "Teenage Riot"
  • Soundgarden- "Spoonman"
  • Speck- "Conventional Lover"
  • Squeeze- "Cool for Cats"
  • Steely Dan- "Bodhitsattva"
  • Steve Miller Band- "Rock'n Me"
  • Survivor- "Eye of the Tiger"
  • System of a Down- "Chop Suey "
  • Talking Heads- "Psycho Killer"
  • Tenacious D- "Master Exploder"
  • Testament- "Souls of Black"
  • That Handsome Devil- "Rob the Prez-o-Dent"
  • The Donnas- "New Kid in School"
  • The Go-Go's- "We Got the Beat"
  • The Grateful Dead- "Alabama Getaway"
  • The Guess Who- "American Woman"
  • The Main Drag- "A Jagged Gorgeous Winter"
  • The Muffs- "Kids in America "
  • The Offspring- "Come Out&Play"
  • The Replacements- "Alex Chilton"
  • The Sterns- "Supreme Girl"
  • The Who- "Pinball Wizard "

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 price: 400
 Microsoft Software(2006-06-15)
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customer 's review
(Good deal if You buy from Amazon Direct)

(Essential for anybody using Xbox Live)

(The Wonder of Xbox Live)

(DONT BOTHER WAITING FOR SHIPPING OR PAYING FOR THIS)

(XBL Marketplace awesome but costly! Get free mspoint cards!)
I have bought a few of these before at Target, for 14.99 onsale, but buying on Amazon directly from them is the best deal as long as you go for two or something else with them to get the free shipping. Depending on what state you are in there is no tax. So if that's the case it's a straight shot at 15.97 which is a nice deal. So many great games have come out on XBL lately you really are missing out on gems if you don't buy some of these AAA + arcade titles like Braid, Castle Crashers, Bionic Commando Rearmed, Geometry Wars 2. Plus a bunch more coming soon, and others if you have never bought any from the past.

The Xbox Live Arcade is a big part of the 360 experience, if you are not taking advantage of it you are missing out on a lot of the best original games to ever come out anywhere. Plus so many great remakes and updates to old classic games. Don't miss out on XBLA, if you have never bought points before it's not a big deal, just don't do anything foolish, like scratching off your code by rubbing too hard. Also buy these from Amazon or true retailers, not from Amazon Market place. To avoid some of the not so funny horror stories I have read here. If you follow those simple rules you will be fine, and will be enjoying a new way to get great original games you can't find anywhere else.

Microsoft "points" are essential to anybody using Xbox Live. Points are needed to download Xbox Live Arcade titles, Xbox Originals titles, add-on map packs, movies, videos, and music. Gamers connected to Xbox Live will eventually want to purchase additional content, so points will be required.

The 1600 Points card makes it easy to add points to any Xbox Live Gamertag account. Simply enter the 25-digit code on the console or on the website, and the points are added to the user's account, ready for immediate use. No credit cards or other information is required.

Points cards make excellent gifts for Xbox 360 gamers. They also make it easy for parents to budget points allocation and spending over a period of time. Points will also expand the functionality of the console, by allowing the gamer access to more content.

Unlike the plastic cards of the past, the newer cards are completely cardboard, with a tear-away strip that exposes the 25-digit number. Once used, instead of tossing away the plastic card, the cardboard card can now be recycled. Unfortunately, the plastic packaging seems excessive, which is my only major citicism of this item.

XBox Live is wonderful! I'm going to get more of these bad boys and get a 4000 points card or two.

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Confront and associate with familiar faces from the Star Wars films, including Darth Vader in addition to new adversaries such as fugitive Jedi and Force-sensitive FeluciansUnleash and upgrade the Secret Apprentice's four core Force powers - Force push, grip, repulse and lightning - throughout the course of the game, and combine them for ultra-destructive, never-before-seen combos.Examples of unleashing the Force in ways never thought possible: Secret Apprentice won't just Force push enemies into walls - he'll Force push enemies through walls, and will Force grip them in midair, zap them with lightning, then drop them to the groundVisit locations such as Episode III's Wookiee homeworld Kashyyyk and the floral Felucia, the junk planet Raxus Prime, plus an Imperial TIE fighter construction facilityDecisions made by players throughout the game will determine the path of the story, including multiple endings that will rock Star Wars continuity as they know it.
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 price: 5999
 Lucas Arts Entertainment(2008-09-16)
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(The Force Could Have Been Much Stronger...)

(Does what it does best, but tries to be more than it should be...)

(stars wars is god)

(Lucas Arts Droped The Ball)

(Epic. Thats all there is to it.)
I'm one of those 30-somethings that loved the original Star Wars Trilogy and thought the last 3 movies + cartoon were turds. The Force Unleashed could have been great if there weren't so many bugs and glitches.

STORY 9/10
The game takes place between the two trilogies. You are Starkiller and you're Darth Vader's apprentice. You begin the game hunting Jedi, trying to prove yourself to Lord Vader. Once you earn his trust, he sends you on an important mission for the Empire. At your disposal is a small crew. A sexy pilot named Juno Eclipse and a droid named PROXY, who uses holograms to transform himself into other characters when they contact you. Complete with twists and character development, this is the best Star Wars story since The Empire Strikes Back.

GAMEPLAY 6/10
Starkiller has some amazing force powers. Force Grab, Lightning, Lightning Shield, Lightsaber Throw, and lots of melee attacks. Defensively, he can dash, jump, block, and counter attack. The Powers are great!
However, the enemy AI is pretty bad. Lots of times, they just stand there. The control scheme is ok, but locking onto an object or enemy is broken. Many times, you grab the wrong enemy or object. MANY TIMES!!! This is frustrating.
The Bosses... if you don't play the way the designers want you to play, you die. This is frustrating and very unfortunate.
The Levels... Some of the levels are great, while others don't work with the camera at all. The camera in general is bad, but levels 3 and 9 really show how bad it is. You can expect to die a lot from enemies standing right next to you, that you never saw.
Sub-Bosses. You can finish them off with a press the right button when we tell you - mini-game. However, you don't know when the mini-game starts, so a good deal of the time, you're mid combo on an enemy and the game decides that you missed the first button press. In God of War, the Player initiates the mini-game. In this game... good luck!

ART 8/10
The level artwork, character art, and effects are all great! Some of the levels look better than anything seen in the movies.

SOUND 10/10
Complete with the Star Wars soundtrack and sound effects that all the fans love.

INTERFACE 1/10
They're awful, clunky, slow, they load in... they even manage to take the fun out of leveling up. Also, at no point is a complete list of moves available to the player. You have to click on each move and read the button presses one at a time. Then back out of that screen and go to the next move.

Overall, I gave the game 4 Stars. If you're a Star Wars fan, you should like this game. It could have been a 5 out of 5, if the game wasn't so buggy. The concept is awesome, the powers are great, the scenarios are great, and the story is great. However, the execution ranges from good to poor. You'll have fun about 70% of the time and be frustrated 30%. The game is about 10 hours long. 1 hour of great story, 6 hours of fun gameplay, 3 hours of turd-dom.

You can replay the game again on different difficulty levels and keep all of the powers that you earned in your first playthrough. Aside from collecting light saber crystals and xbox live achievements, there's no reason to replay it.

It's a good rental!

As a fan of the Star Wars series, and Star Wars Battlefront games, I was incredibly excited when I heard/saw things about this game.

When this game does what it does best, this game is incredibly fun. These things include:

-Insanely fun force powers...this part of the game peaks midway, when your force powers increase, but your enemies are still gaining strength.
-Jedi boss battles.
-Great storyline.

However, if it stuck to these things, I'd give it a 5-star rating. However, it tried to vary the gameplay (and failed) in the following areas:

-Zelda-esque puzzles...accomplished in sub-Zelda style.
-Voice-acting...it didn't sound like Jimmy Smits, Carrie Fisher, or James Earl Jones.

Beyond that, a few thoughts:

-Great insight into the period between episode III and IV.
-A lot of fun playing as a Sith Apprentice.
-***You can punt Jawas!!!***

Unfortunately,

-You can't punt (or even kill) those irritating Ewoks
-Enemies become insanely strong as you gain force powers. I mean, REALLY, the empire as troops who are immune to your force attacks?!?! When Vader is "all that's left of their religion"?!?! They spend money to defend against the Jedi...who are apparently extinct intheir mind?
-Way too short.
-No online

In summation, they needed to make it longer, and focus on action.

However, I don't regret the purchase. My friends and I had 2 evenings of great fun playing this (along with a little frustration).

4 out of 5.

I love the star wars series. Starting with the ones from super nes. Star wars unleashed is pretty cool because you star out as darth vader. Then you meet a child and then he grows up and train him to be like you. Not only that but turn him like darth vader. The action is great and the force ability is cool because you can use things to throw and even trow people against things. The light saber is always great to have. The story line is outstanding. please pick this great title up.
I was pretty excited to get this game. I thought it would follow in the Lucas Arts standard in high quality Star Wars games. It has been in development for +4 years and there has been a lot of hype and excitement about the game. Loaded it up and wasn't captured by it immediately. The physics engine was neat (splintering trees) and force powers you would expect Vader to have. After playing a few levels I had a good feel for how the game was going however was disappointed in the story. So when I finished the game and replayed it second time for alternate ending I was very jaded with it.

Lucas Arts failed horribly to execute what could have been a promising game. The first disappointment (and biggest) was the story line. It was not very exciting or engaging and I was left feeling I accomplished nothing but watched a third rate rip off stars novel made into game. I also thought the game would be more dynamic, the only part of the story based on your actions was the final ending. Everything else was the same no matter how you played