Does Rock Band 2 work on ps2?

Versions of the game for the PlayStation 2 and Wii platforms were released on December 18, 2008. Rock Band 2 received highly positive reviews from critics upon release and sold 1.7 million copies through the end of 2008.

Can you use a guitar hero guitar for Rock Band ps2?

The PS2 Fender Stratocaster didn’t work with any of our Guitar Hero games, but the wireless Kramer and the original Gibson SG guitars worked fine with Rock Band….PlayStation 2 Guitar Compatibility.

PlayStation 2 Wireless Guitar (Guitar Hero Encore)
Guitar Hero Yes
Guitar Hero II Yes
Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s Yes

Do you have to have a microphone to play rock band?

Can You Play Rock Band Without a Microphone? To answer your question, it’s a yes! You can definitely play rock band without your microphone. There are different modes in the game.

Is rock band PS2 compatible with PS3?

Yes they are perfectly compatible. The “PS2” Rock Band hardware *is* the PS3 hardware. I bought the PS2 bundle and a standalone PS3 game in a desperation move to fulfill a New Years Party quest and it paid off.

Will the rock band be compatible with Rock Band 2?

All of the original Rock Band peripherals are compatible with Rock Band 2 for the same console. Similarly, the newly designed peripherals for Rock Band 2 are backwards compatible with the original Rock Band . The game features Rock Band 2 -branded guitar controllers modeled after the Fender Stratocaster.

Is the PS2 drum set compatible with Wii rock band?

The synchronizing of Wii, PS2, and PS3 Rock Band wireless guitars are done with the same steps. Plug the guitar dongles directly into the console and plug the other peripherals (drums or microphone) into the open guitar dongle ports. This setup will work for drum kits, microphones, and keyboards made for the Rock Band games.

Are the Rock Band 2 instruments really quieter?

Additionally, the added springiness of the Rock Band 2 drums and the quieter springs in the Rock Band 2 guitar make the new instruments much easier to play lightly and, thus, more quietly. Appendix