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Review | Rock Band Blitz

When Harmonix released Rock Band in 2007, we all knew that something big happened. Little did we know that our homes would instantly be filled with plastic instruments, all thanks to Harmonix’s innovative party gameplay and expansive collection of downloadable songs. We honestly thought it would never end, but once Rock Band’s biggest rival Guitar Hero took a much-needed hiatus, we knew that the genre was jumping the shark. Harmonix dug in, continuing to release downloadable songs for Rock Band 3 even after outliving Guitar Hero. With the music game genre in jeopardy, Harmonix surprised everyone with the announcement of Rock Band Blitz, a downloadable rhythm game. It has its share of gameplay barriers, but Rock Band Blitz is a great music game with enough content and depth to keep leaderboards active and gamers addicted.

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It began with a hand-me-down Sega Genesis from his cousin and since then, he's been fascinated with video games. He enjoys the blissful platforming of the 16-bit era and the rich adventures of the 64-bit era. Favorite games include Metroid Prime, Banjo-Tooie, and practically every 16-bit Sonic the Hedgehog title.

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