Rock Band 4
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Content Rating: Teen
Form your own band, rock the world, and live out your ultimate rock and roll fantasy, with your friends, family, or as a solo act. Rock Band 4 delivers the ultimate platform for gamers to experience music, giving players the chance to rock in the shoes of the biggest guitarists, bassists, drummers, and singers of all time. Rock Band 4 delivers the most authentic music game ever, challenging rockers to master lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals.
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It feels more like a minimum viable product than the fourth game in a long-running and popular game franchise. If you're looking for a way to play Rock Band on new consoles, this allows that. And not much else. Stack on the storefront issues that make old DLC hard to import, the lackluster sound of the freestyle guitar solos, and a minimal set of options, and the whole package gets a little hard to recommend to anyone other than diehard fans who just want a way to play the game on current machines.
Everything looks good, with characters for custom bands having a variety of personalization options. It sounds fantastic. Most importantly, it plays well whether you’ve got a full group of four or going solo. The accommodations made to ensure the inputs are perfect for your setup, the ability to customize everything right down to the vocal parts, and crisp presentation make for a game that people will want to keep in their living rooms and enjoy for weeks, rather than play once then pop into storage.
At the end of the day Rock Band 4 feels more like an evolution than a drastic departure. If you’ve always wanted to put your mark on a song, then the new self-expression enhancements are reason enough to give Rock Band 4 a shot. Couple that with a branching career mode, support for your old instruments and DLC and Rock Band 4 stands out as the best game in the series, even if it’s missing some core features.