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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Oct 21, 2007.
i have to try this right now i heard it is good
I've never even heard of her but she screams disney
holy crap i have to try this!!!! so many places said it was actually pretty damn good! wooooo!
There's a mentally challenged fellow I know who has a serious thing for her. I think he wants to kidnap her and make sweet love in the moonlight.
It's a Disney Channel Show/movie. But I heard that this game was Jam Session-esque, and might do what Jam Session does better than Jam Session does it.
*goes back to playing actual bass/guitar*
the show is not that bad, acually
it's sad and lonely playing bass by yourself
I tried jam-sessions at a jam session with a couple of guys, and it's actually not bad, not the same as guitar/bass tho but it would be great for people who can't play guitar to jam along as well
All right i played it and it is actually pretty good gameplay wise. the adventure mode is about trying to win a video contest but the game play is fun to play guitar. It is alot like guitar hero except instead of colors you have directions all you do is hit the direction then strum by sliding the stylus it really fun. The only problem is i dont think there is a left handed options so i have to flip the ds completly backwards.
I doubt anyone on GBAtemp would actually purchase this game..
Right..? At least I wouldn't.
EBA/Ouendan eats this game for breakfast. Thus, it's not worth having on my R4.
why is this not selling for $2,000?!
ok did anyone actually try playing this? the adventure mode was stupid, but try out creative play, it's actually really fun and you can do a lot with it. rhythm, bass, drums, lead. it's really neat. i can care less about the hannah montana part.
my life is now complete
lol, but i will actually try this game cause of the podcast.. hey, its free, why not?
Is it just me, or do the bass and lead modes not make any sense at all?
The bass mode could have given you every note from the low E to the B an octave and a half above, just with the 4 strings and the 4 directions on the d-pad. Instead, you get some seemingly random weirdness.
The note layout is similarly odd in lead mode; they could have given you every note for almost 2 and a half octaves, but no. It had to be something arbitrary, rather than a proper note layout for a guitar.
She's pretty hot.
My little sister *loves* Hannah Montana....maybe this would be a good christmas gift....Hmmm...
Go to option you can change it.
So has anyone tried recording tracks? do you need to play to unlock the features?
You guys are so ironic and hilarious. More disney crap