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Submitted by -Mezzo- 939d ago | opinion piece

Want to make some memories? Real memories? Play Rock Band

GamesRadar - I can see the comments section already--"Rock Band? Haven't we had enough of fake guitars?" "There are landfills loaded with old drum kits waiting for you back in 2007." It's true that the rhythm game craze has come and gone, dragging the glut of Rock Revolutions and Guitar Hero 12's into a shallow, plasticky grave known as the clearance aisle. Regardless, forsaking the entire genre because of a few embarrassing holiday seasons would be a mistake, especially as online gaming continues to dominate the world of multiplayer. Sometimes a late night comes around when you just want to play a game with your friends. One that has you working together toward a common goal that doesn't involve killing or calculating or, hell, even competing. (PS3, Rock Band, Xbox 360)

Starbucks_Fan  +   939d ago
It's kind of sad to see this genre pretty much go. I still play RB2 every so often, especially with friends. Multiplayer is so much fun.

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