Green Day Rock Band Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***** A music rhythm game and part of the Rock Band franchise, featuring three of the Green Day members’ virtual depictions and their music. A demanding Platinum that requires 100% perfection on several songs on Expert mode.
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Green Day: Rock Band
Green Day: Rock band is a music game which utilizes a guitar, drums and microphone controller to simulate playing rock music. It is the fifth console release in the Rock Band series, and features three of the Green Day band members' virtual depictions.
Up to four players can select from four instruments: lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals on a microphone. Players simulate the performance of music by using the controllers to match scrolling on-screen notes. The game includes 47 tracks from Green Day's career, which includes the full albums of Dookie and American Idiot, as well as 12 tracks from 21st Century Breakdown.
Green Day: Rock Band received positive reviews, with an average score of 74%, praised for its presentation and dedication to Green Day fans, but criticized for a limited selection of venues and being an indistinguishable copy of other Rock Band titles.
It's a given that this game is incredibly time consuming. But the full 5-star difficulty is due to a few select trophies that require 100% perfection on Expert mode. Many have tried, few have succeeded.
For those individuals with insane skills on all instruments, it's possible to collect this Platinum in around 40 hours. But for the average gaming rocker, it will take far longer with plenty of trial and error.
For the most part, like many music games, a road-map isn't all that necessary. Simply play through the career and unlock songs. The majority of the trophies can be earned in Quickplay with specific songs or albums.
The only exception is the Won't Make It For Dinner trophy, which requires you to clear through the entire career within 12 hours as part of a 4-player band. The timing isn't difficult, so long as you're not failing songs, and you can set the mode to Easy if you like. If you don't have three other people to play with, you can easily plug in the other instruments and switch on the No Fail.
Kiwicrash has a great Trophy Guide, here:
And a great Trophy Guide here, by Jakintosh:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by A Catshovel:
If you're looking for a Boosting Partner, here's a Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
Here's a Tracklist for the songs in the game:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: