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Rock Band VR

Rating Summary

Based on 4 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

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Game Information

Available on:Oculus RiftMar 23, 2017

Developer: Harmonix Music Systems

Genres: Music, Simulation

Get ready for the most authentic high-energy rock'n'roll simulation ever! Strap on your trusty guitar, join your band on stage and rock out like nobody's watching! Rock Band VR is a brand new take on the music game genre.

Connect With The Music: Experiment with different notes, chords and strum speeds to develop your signature sound and make each song your own.

Classic Mode: Demonstrate your technical prowess by registering full combos on Classic Mode's dedicated leaderboards.

An Unbeatable Soundtrack: With more than 50 songs from legendary artists and upcoming acts on the verge of breaking out, there's truly something for everyone. Plus, with new songs coming as DLC, there's always something new to play.

Where to Buy

Amazon

Review Data

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Strong Head
3
Fair Head
1
Weak Head
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Reviews

Game Informer

6.5 / 10.0
Game Informer

Being able to step into the shoes of a rockstar in first-person is novel. However, the new gameplay lacks the depth and strategy that made the series popular in the first place, and the formula feels empty without a multiplayer option

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Destructoid

7.5 / 10.0
Destructoid

In general, as much as I enjoy the experience of Rock Band VR, it's hard to imagine coming back to it time and time again. The DLC songs cost more than they do in the console counterparts and can only be played on guitar, so those who don't typically play guitar like me may not have a long-term interest in the product. The experience is wonderful and I am excited to introduce others to it, but its lasting appeal is a hard sell, especially for those who can simply jump over to traditional Rock Band and play any other instrument.

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GamesBeat

80 / 100
Dennis Scimeca

You always play as part of a cover band in a Rock Band game, but in the main games you're part of a really good cover band that knows how to mimic the songs they're playing. In Rock Band VR, you sound like a cover band that sounds like a cover band, which isn't nearly as satisfying unless you're enamored enough with the VR technology and experience to not care what the song sounds like as long as you're having fun.

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PCWorld

Hayden Dingman

Rock Band VR's not exactly a must-have, but it's up there—at least for people who haven't burned out on the plastic instrument genre. Me? As long as Harmonix keeps supporting it with DLC I'll probably keep checking back in, snagging a few songs, and putting on a show.

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