The upcoming Lego Rock Band is just the latest iteration in the Lego craze that is sweeping the gaming world. However, TT Games head Jonathan Smith is making sure this Lego game will sticking out from the rest.
“In a Lego world, where anything is possible, all the brilliant things about Rock Band mix with all the brilliant things about Lego,” Smith said.
“The Lego character customizer means that pirates, knights and skeletons can be rock stars too, in amazing new locations. Battle sea-monsters, smash up an entire building, or take a trip into space, all with the power of rock!
“That essential Rock Band gameplay is still there; but now it’s also accessible to a broader audience, with new easy-play options, songs which everyone knows, and lyrics which are appropriate for all ages.”
Smith then went on to talk about customization, and how it isn’t essential to the game, and players won’t have to do it if they don’t want to.
“Customization is a key concept in all Lego games – but it’s totally up to you how much time you spend on it.”
Lego Rock Band, releasing later this year on the PS3, is set to go head-to-head with the titans of the music genre, the Rock Band and Guitar Hero series.