It’s impressive how much the minifigs have accomplished through the years, particularly when you consider that they have curved yellow pincers where their hands should be. These easily recognizable Lego figures have already starred in a series of action games that parody popular films, but they are taking a brief break from their lightsaber swinging and whip wielding to rock out with some instruments that are just as plastic as they are. Lego Rock Band is a kid-friendly entry in the ubiquitous rhythm game genre, and it has just enough style and humor to stand out from the sea of note-strumming clones. Sadly, as charming as this accessible rhythm game is, there are a few omissions that make it seem stripped next to other games in the series, most notably the ability to play online. Even though this is a little short on content, Lego Rock Band is still a ton of fun with some friends and has a setlist that’s good enough to keep even Rock Band veterans entertained.