I give it a solid 7 aswell
My FC: 5226~2989~1134
Drums ~ Expert (Some songs I cant )
Guitar ~ Expert
Bass ~ Expert
Vocals ~ Hard
I'm giving it an 8.
No online is a minus, but exportability fixes some of that issue (although jamming online with Lego peeps would have ruled).
Other negative points are the shortish setlist and a few too many pop-punk throwaways for my liking when considering the relatively hefty price (especially when including the export code).
On the plus side there's the quirky cutscenes, the customizable den, the better score/star tracking and the general awesomeness of playing with little Lego figurines.
♫ RB1/RB2/RB3/LRB [720 songs]; TB:RB ♫
Please let me delete the songs I don't want.
I gave it an 8.
+Album Creation Feature, Varied Venues (Not the fantasy stuff, per say, but even the outdoors/well lit venues where RB2's were all mostly a dark look to them. (Beatles did this too, even without dreamscapes.)). The story is much better then RB2's in entertainment factor, and generally providing context and even personality to your band. Creating your crew is nice touch, and having your own home.
- The setlist is a bit tiny, and with some stuff obviously off one edge or another for most people, forcing the full export is a bit nuisancey. The story doesn't do so well in progressing in terms of difficulty, it's all over the place, no matter what instrument you choose. The lack of online capacity coupled with the odd restrictions on your album art/band logo for being local-only.
dlcquickplay.com/songs/xachary_cross (Direly needs updating)