LEGO Rock Band Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A music rhythm game and part of the Rock Band series, playing in a band of LEGO characters. While the majority of the trophies are quite easy, only a single trophy marks this Platinum challenging.
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LEGO Rock Band
Similar to the other Rock Band games, you design your Lego character and band, and work your way along a career path towards becoming a Lego rock star. Along the way, you'll use your music powers to help people out, such as battling ghosts or tearing down a building.
This is the "cute" version of Rock Band (there's even a No-Fail mode for the kiddies). No Metellica or System of a Down here. Instead, you've got Elton John's "Crocodile Rock" and Ray Parker Jr's "Ghostbusters." In fact, some DLC songs, if not approved behind the scenes on the PSN, will not upload to your Lego Rock Band track list.
Collecting the majority of these trophies is much easier and far quicker than Rock Band 2. However, if you're in the habit of checkout out "Players Met" to see their trophies, and happen to find Lego Rock Band, you may notice that many, many people have 97%. Why? Why not the Platinum? Because one trophy - The Final Countdown - is incredibly difficult! You must score 100% on the solo notes to the song The Final Countdown on Expert. The song is fast, with a billion different notes coming at you.
Without this trophy, Lego Rock Band would have received a mere 2-star rating. But this one challenge brings our score up to 3.
Like the other music games, working your way towards the platinum requires skill at the instruments. While we have some tips and links for certain trophies, the majority of them will be earned just by getting "good" at the guitar and drums.
There are two trophies, however - All For One and Practice Makes Perfect - which will require the help of friends. Since there's no online in Lego Rock Band, these two trophies will need three individual human beings to enter your home and pick up the instruments. Both trophies can be acquired on Very Easy mode.
The endless setlist in this game is far easier than Rock Band 2, and only takes up about 2 hours of your time.
The 100% note trophies can be acquired on Very Easy. With the exception of The Final Countdown, which requires a 100% on Expert solo.
We found the Trophy Guide by Ammos to be the most helpful, and includes a few videos:
And a useful Trophy Guide by kiateyn:
This is a great Achievements Guide, with the challenges being the same on the PS3:
And while IGN doesn't have a trophy guide, they do offer some Tips to improve your playing for each instrument:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: