Kudos: Rock Legend
|Kudos: Rock Legend|
|Macintosh and Microsoft Windows|
|North American Release Date(s)|
|macOS and Microsoft Windows|
June 1, 2007
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Kudos: Rock Legend is a spinoff of the game Kudos. Unlike the previous Kudos game, however, this game allows you to start your own rock/pop band. You start by picking a band name and its members. When the game begins, however, you start off with very little money and no band members except for yourself as the lead vocalist.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The player begins as a vocalist with ambitions for becoming a rock star, setting a personal goal of achieving this in five years. The player then must hold auditions for other bandmates, including a drummer, a bassist, and a guitarist (required to continue), as well as a keyboardist, and a saxophone player (optional) the player must write enough songs to fill a "setlist" allowing him to play "gigs" at a first limited but later expanded number of venues. Once a sufficient number of songs have been written, and enough money has been made, the player can create an album which can be sold a gigs, along with T-shirts, sweatshirts, and posters, for additional profit. Although the game is either won or lost after five years, gameplay is allowed to continue after that.
What You May Want To Know[edit | edit source]
= If you're band members get demotivated enough they'll quit.
= Remember, If you need money you can sell property, such as your vehicle, stage effects, and lights.
= Save selling as a last resort because you get $2.00 every day, per band member.
= You get new song ideas from rival bands. The main purpose of rival bands is to provide inspiration.
= After a while band members will get tired of songs.
= You can write your own songs.
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You don't get to listen to your music.