Just when you thought nothing could change with music and rhythm games, DJ Hero drops with 93 mashup songs that will knock you on your ear.
Following any hit movie for kids, a multi-platform game is sure to follow. And while Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is no exception, it does capture the fun flavor of the film.
Guitar Hero 5 rocks with a huge song library and tons of new features, like the ability to have four drummers (or any instrument) playing locally.
Nearly as cute as the movie, the Up game also proves that multi-person titles can be fun and challenging, as well as appropriate for children of all ages.
The second British Invasion kicks off today with the release of The Beatles: Rock Band, a title that is sure to please both casual gamers and hardcore fans. We played the game for a week now, and it’s fabulous!
Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits is the third title in the mobile version of this insanely popular hit. And it improves on some old mistakes, keeping the band rolling along.
Although we think this should be a $40 add-on instead of a $60 standalone game, Guitar Hero Smash Hits converts all the best GH songs to master tracks, and makes a fine "greatest hits" addition to the series.
Although built on the Guitar Hero: World Tour engine, Guitar Hero: Metallica adds some new elements to the game, like the ability to play the drums with two foot pedals, if you dare.
Rock Revolution probably could have added a third competitor to the profitable rhythm game market, had it not come out years late and without needed features, like vocals or master tracks.
The Karaoke Revolution Presents American Idol Encore 2 offers some new songs, but forces you to pay an extra $10 for a microphone you probably already own.