I got my advanced copy last night. Admittedly, it appears to be a rush job. It lacks some polish but, whether that is by design or lack of effort, it still has some great vintage Van Halen songs. Due to some legal issues, I imagine, there are some limitations. The bassist for the game is Eddieâ€™s son Wolfgang Van Halen (no sightings of Michael Anthony.) And the band members look as they do in 2009 with short hair, wrinkles, et al. Also, the VH set list stops at the â€œ1984â€ album. You wonâ€™t hear/see any â€œVan Hagarâ€ tunes on this version. But, of the old tunes, â€œMean Street,â€ â€œAinâ€™t Talkinâ€™ Bout Love,â€ â€œUnchained,â€ â€œRunninâ€™ with the Devil,â€ â€œAnd the Cradle Will Rock,â€ are there for the great riffs. Also included are instrumentals, â€œIntruder,â€ â€œCathedral,â€ â€œSpanish Fly,â€ and â€œEruption.â€ These are crazy difficult. I think I pulled a muscle attempting these on Expert in â€œPractice Mode.â€ In addition to the VH tunes, are 19 guest band songs that include, Queen, Foo-Fighters, Blink-182, Billy Idol, Queens of the Stone Age, Third Eye Blind, and more. BOTTOM LINE(S): There are some great songs on there but Iâ€™m glad I got it for free. It doesnâ€™t add anything to the genre, but can act as a new set list or a stand-alone game. If youâ€™re looking for â€œRight Nowâ€ and â€œCabo Wabo,â€ steer clear. If you like the old DLR VH, itâ€™s ok. And if you must choose between this and the Beatles: Rock Band, go Beatles.