I seem to be churning out quite a few Amazon related deals today, this one lets you pick your instrument of choice and join in with the various songs that can be found on the set list, created, or downloaded.
You can grab a copy of the game for £4.97 from Amazon, which'll save you a little over £5 on the next best deal of £9.99 coming in from DVD.co.uk, Blah DVD, and 101cd.
You start off with a choice of 50 songs and you can download a maximum of 50 more via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service, unfortunately once you've downloaded the extra tracks there's no way of deleting them to make room for more, so make your choices wisely. There's also a selection of about 60 instruments, but although you're given a bit more variety than other music games, it's hard to forget that you're just tapping buttons along to the tunes.
There's definitely enough content to provide you with a great single player experience but, as is the case with all music games, it's far more fun to form a group with a few friends during a local multiplayer session.
Also, the title of the game is slightly deceptive because there's no chance to freestyle during the songs, which means that all you'll be doing is hitting the notes, or chords, as they reach the right place on the screen.
It might not be the best game out there for tricking you into thinking you could actually pick up an instrument and play it with any level of proficiency after only a few hours, but it's good fun nevertheless and definitely worth a go at under a fiver.
Thanks to Artheldo @ HUKD