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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 622d ago | review

Everybody Plays: Rock Band Blitz Review

Everybody Plays: It's been a while since we last heard from Rock Band. After gracing our consoles with the immense Rock Band 1 and 2, before moving into band specific games for The Beatles: Rock Band and Green Day Rock Band, adding the family friendly (and crying out for a sequel) LEGO Rock Band to its portfolio along the way, Rock Band took a year or so out, before bursting back onto the scene with the keyboard-inclusive, but slightly disappointing difficult third album, Rock Band 3. After going into hibernation for the past year or so, we were beginning to wonder if Rock Band was about to forever take a backseat to developer Harmonix's other project, Dance Central - but then along came Rock Band Blitz, a downloadable Arcade/PSN game, that takes a slightly different approach to the plastic guitar based series. (PS3, Rock Band Blitz, Xbox 360) 3/5

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