Articles tagged with: Rock Band
Rock Band Blitz will be available to download on the PlayStation Network for $14.99 on August 28, Harmonix announced today.
Taking the Rock Band franchise in a new direction, Blitz features notes laid across five lanes and requires players to match as many of them as possible with the controller to score the most points. That’s right, Rock Band Blitz doesn’t need a fancy music instrument peripheral to be played. You’re regular controller will do just fine.
It was just a couple of days ago that we were showing Rock Band 3 and the new pro guitar mode, but today we’ve got something else regarding Rock Band 3. One of the most popular musicians of all time has an album coming to the Rock Band Store. We’d leave you in suspense but the title already gave it away. Come read about it anyway!
If you’re as curious as we are about the new Pro Guitar gameplay in Rock Band 3, then you’ll be pleased to know that Harmonix and EA have released a video detailing the new feature.
Rock Band 3 is a little more than a month away and to prepare for its release, MTV Games and Harmonix have announced a special sale for select DLC singles, song packs, and albums so …
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed the first thirty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing the next ten.
The latest trailer for the upcoming Rock Band 3 features an introduction to the all-new keyboard instrument.
The video is hosted by Harmonix CEO and co-founder, Alex Rigopulos, and other members of the development team as they explain the ins and outs of the keyboard gameplay.
MTV Games and Harmonix have confirmed the entire 83 song setlist for Rock Band 3. The news comes after rumors certain songs from the game being leaked on the internet. Rather then give the typical “no comment” response, the developers have gone ahead and revealed every song included. It’s a win-win, right?
Fresh from Gamescom is the news that Harmonix and MTV Games have revealed some further tracks for the next major title in the Rock Band series. Of the 83 tracks that will be included in the final game, 40 have been revealed so far, 10 of which have just been announced, including songs by artists as diverse as INXS, Bob Marley and Slipknot.
Rock Band 3 marks a complete makeover for the entire series; adding more songs, more features, and basically evolving the way the music rhythm game is handled.
We’ve known for a while now that keyboards were coming to the franchise and we got up close and personal with the new instrument in addition to testing out the new Pro mode that let’s you get even closer to your dream of becoming a rock star by teaching you how to actually play an instrument.
A few weeks ago, we reported on a rumoured new keyboard peripheral for Rock Band 3. It turns out that, not only was this true, but Harmonix has a lot more tricks up its sleeve…
The Green Day: Rock Band demo was released on the PSN Store today and features two of the bands hit songs, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” and “Welcome to Paradise.”
Completing either song brings you to a teaser for Rock Band 3. It features your typical guitar, bass, drums, and microphone logos but there’s a fifth logo as well.
That’s right, Rock Band 3 will have a new instrument; keyboards.
One or two of you may have noticed that the TV series ‘Lost’ came to an end today – bringing to a close six years of baffling tomfoolery.
Those looking to fill the voids left by the TV show may be in for a treat as some of the music of Lost might be coming to Rock Band.
The nice people at EA were good enough to invite us to see some of their shiny new PS3 titles.
Along with some nice full-title surprises, we got to see a glimpse of what EA’s many and various developers have up their sleeves for your existing games cabinet.
There are currently close to 1,000 downloadable tracks on the Rock Band Store. Unless you’re a Rock Band fiend and have a massive amount of money to spend, you can’t purchase them all.
With so many to choose from, it’s difficult to select the best of the best. Thankfully, that’s where PS3 Attitude comes in as we’ve come up with the top 10 Rock Band DLC tracks that deserve your hard earned cash.
We’ve dug through the entire DLC track list for the Rock Band series and have pulled what we believe are the best songs. These 10 tracks come from a variety of genres, and each have their own strengths whether it be vocals, guitar, bass, or drums. In the end, it all comes down to one thing though, are they fun to play?
The entire setlist for the upcoming Green Day: Rock Band has been revealed to include 47 songs from some of the band’s most iconic albums, Dookie and American Idiot. Let’s also not forget their most recent album, 21st Century Breakdown.
The 47 tracks are spread across three historic venues from the band’s history; The Warehouse, Milton Keynes, and The Fox Theater in Oakland.
MTV Games and Harmonix have announced that Green Day: Rock Band will launch worldwide on June 8th, 2010. Naturally, there will be a variety of purchasing options although to much surprise, the game is not going to be bundled with any instruments.
The shortlist for the BAFTA GAME Award 2009 has just been announced, and you can now vote for your favourite! This is the only award at the British Academy Video Game Awards which is voted for by the public, so it’s fitting that it’s also the most prestigious.
Some great games have been nominated, including seven titles on the PlayStation 3, one of which is exclusive (bet you can’t guess which one).
A couple of days ago, I gave three examples of how NOT to do DLC, so for the sake of karma I thought I would also give three examples of how to do DLC. Thankfully, I found that there were a lot more games to choose from for this article than the last one, which at least proves that most developers and publishers do appreciate their fans.
Earlier yesterday Lego Rock Band was patched in Europe, bringing the game to version 1.02.
The features seem to be the same as the recent 1.01 patch released several weeks ago, but for unknown reasons it was later withdrawn by the developers leaving some users without the all-important bug fixes.