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In my opinion, all of the Guitar Hero's and Rock Band's prior releases to the release of The Beatles expansion were absolutely necessary in order for this game to work. Players needed to have a familiarity with the gameplay, developers needed to have gone through a couple of iterations in order to fully grasp what work's and what does not. Then, the whole genre had to take off like a... Read Review

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