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LEGO Rock Band

LEGO Rock Band (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Music (Rhythm)
Developers: TT Games, Harmonix

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Region
Released
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11/??/2009

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Staff Reviews

LEGO Rock Band review (Wii)

Reviewed June 13, 2010

Gary Hartley says: "Maybe in any other game, I would feel pretentiously ashamed from having any kind of musical association with Counting Crows and Rascal Flatts, but the adorable Lego overhaul strips the game of the pseudo-seriousness exhibited in other musical titles, be they Rock Band or Guitar Hero. My biggest rival through the tour mode was a disgruntled drum-playing octopus who wasn’t included in the band due to an obscure rule on sea life being allowed in a contracted band, and I had to help demolish a strangely indestructible building by playing Tick Tick Boom at it until it fell over. "
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