This week out Time Waster is a little under the weather, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying his time with a rhythm game called Melody’s Escape.
This week Billy is caught up with a Japanese rhythm game called LoveLive! School Idol Festival and we think it might have started affecting his mind.
Welcome Time Wasters! This week I took to my smartphone in search of a game to spend some time with. In my searches I discovered Rock Hero, a game that tries to cash in on the popularity of the Rock Band and Guitar Hero games. Rock Hero plays a lot like the above mentioned games. Notes come down to the beat of the song and players have to tap on the to score points and continue playing. I decided to check out a game like this because its been awhile since I spent any time with a music rhythm game of … Continue reading Booing Rock Hero Off the Stage
Retro/Grade actually gives us something cool to do with our guitars other than Rock Band or Guitar Hero on the PlayStation 3. It’s a psychedelic thrill ride, and a horse of a different color.
Rocksmith is the next logical step in guitar music games, where you plug in your actual guitar to your console, and then learn how to play it. It’s a neat concept done well, but may not have mass appeal.
Happy Holidays! If you got DJ Hero 2 under your tree, you aren’t going to regret it. The game puts the emphasis solidly on freestyle play, letting budding club DJs scratch and mix their way to greatness.
Rock Band 3 really shakes things up with a new interface, a huge song selection, real guitars and the addition of a beautiful keyboard. With seven people playing at once, it’s time to party!
With 90 amazing master tracks and a quest mode that’s never been done before in music and rhythm games, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock could be the coolest release yet.
Green Day Rockband adds some much needed punk flavor to the music title lineup, with 47 amazing songs from six of the band’s top anti-establishment albums.
Karaoke Revolution is back for more, and this time out features fifty master tracks from both today’s top artists and huge stars from yesterday. Warm up those voices, cause there is a lot to do.