Cipher_Peon;4897394 said:Lego by faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar.Has the best setlist of any Rock Band game outside of 3, has one of the most amazing art styles in any game ever, and has setpieces that made me drop the controller down and say wow, which no other game this console generation has ever done.
thatmarkguy;4897229 said:Beatles, and it's not even close. You could chop the Beatles game into three separate games each with one third of the setlist and the resulting three games would each still win my vote over anything else on this list.
GNFfhqwhgads;4897414 said:Green Day. Not because it's the best setlist or anything, but because damn, full motion capture. It's really nice.
Munnchy;4897445 said:Let's face it. If it had paramore on the setlist, it would have been the perfect game for you, wouldn't it?
rsm790;4897588 said:The Beatles by far, I don't think the Lego setlist is that good
MagicMurderBag7;4897592 said:It wasn't that good but playing as Legos is more entertaining. I loved the lego versions of the RB premades, especially Lego Duke.
nascargo19;4897354 said:I don't know if the last one is a real thing or not but I voted for it.I would have to say Blitz though.
horsepastriesa;4897612 said:It's real. I forget what it was called, but it was pretty crappy. There were the five different instrument icons as gems and you had to swap 2 gems to match 3, and rows would be added from the bottom as samples of RBN songs were played in the background. It was mentioned on PlasticAxe once and I never heard anything about it from either RockBandAide or Rock Band themselves. It's kind of peculiar.Oh, also you could only swap horizontally, not vertically
grumblevolcano;4897616 said:Sounds a bit like that tetris-esque minigame on Rocksmith.