The Oasis guitarist said the franchise is a pleasant change from violent video games.
"If it puts little plastic guitars into kids' hands and fires their imaginations, I think that's a good thing," he told Music Radar. "It's harmless fun, innit.
"I'd rather that genre of video games than somebody getting their f***ing head chopped off with a samurai sword while getting f****d by a goblin up the a**e with a laser. Do you know what I mean?"
Gallagher recently admitted that he agrees with the theory that there is a link between video games and crime.
"If kids are sitting up all night smoking super skunk and they become so desensitised to crime because they're playing these video games, it's really, really scary," he said.