Articles tagged with: Rock Band
A lot of users are having difficulty in redeeming their export codes for Lego Rock Band.
Once successfully redeemed on the Rock Band website, the user should be presented with another code, which will then allow them to export all Lego Rock Band songs onto the HDD for use on Rock Band 2.
But this isn’t what is happening according to owners of the game.
Dan Teasdale, lead designer on Rock Band 2, has popped up over on the official EU PlayStation blog with news of a new software update for the popular music title.
Taking feature requests and comments from the many people who comment on the Harmonix forum “to heart”, Dan is happy to reveal just what new features and requests will be available after you boot up Rock Band 2 the next time you’re getting your rock on.
With the success of The Beatles: Rock Band we’re not at all surprised to see the Rock Band treatment being done to other groups. Green Day will be the next band to get their own spin-off version of the popular music-rhythm game.
Announced at the VGAs, you’ll be able to rock out to the band till your heart’s content in 2010.
Today it was announced that The Beatles’ 1965 Album “Rubber Soul” will be available to purchase for The Beatles: Rock Band.
From the 15th of December, you will be able to own all the songs from the album for $1.99 (US), 99p (UK) and €1.49 per track.
Becoming only the second full Beatles album to be released on The Beatles: Rock Back Music Store, MTV, Harmonix and Apple (anyone else want to get in on this?) are proud to announce that, arguably their most influential album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band will be available via DLC on the PSN next Thursday (the 19th).
The Beatles are one of the most successful and critically acclaimed rock bands in this history of music, with their albums selling millions worldwide. It comes as no surprise that MTV Games and Electronic Arts would use their popular Rock Band series to dedicate a game solely to the group.
The Beatles: Rock Band is the ultimate tribute to a band that many of us have grown with and continues to influence us today. Featuring 45 songs across 12 albums, the game is a must buy for any Beatles fanatic.
The Beatles: RockBand has been available for some time now.
While some of us have taken the jump and are loving the Rock God lifestyle*, we know that there are some of you out there who might not have embraced the new wave of music game just yet.
It seems that Harmonix are aware of this too, as they have put together a tempting new musical package.
We don’t usually post spoofs here at PS3 Attitude, but this particular video is so well put together that we couldn’t resist sharing it with you.
If you ever felt like you were destined for something more than rocking out in the comfort of your own living room, the Rock Band Bar Nights is the thing for you. Now you can take your show on the road to your local watering hole and perform in front of a roaring crowd.
Bars across the U.S. can now host their own Rock Band parties; complete with everything needed to throw the ultimate rock out.
Do you enjoy the music of the Foo Fighters? Harmonix thinks you do, and they know everything music related. Everything. So there’s more Foo for yoo. A new pack (of the three track persuasion) will commemorate the return of the Fighters to Rock Band. But wait, there’s more.
It’s always amusing when PR guys inadvertently coin the same phrase (or something close to it) when promoting products that share at least some similarities.
Remember that Brütal Legend soundtrack we were telling you about? The …
Every week, new tracks are added to the already stellar list of songs in Rock Band 2. If that isnâ€™t enough for you (or you prefer physical media rather than digital) then there are Rock Band track packs to fill your needs.
Thus far, Harmonix have released five different track packs featuring classic rock, AC/DC, and the most recent Country Track Pack. So, put on your cowboy boots and ten gallon hat and saddle up for a wild ride across songs from the good olâ€™ south.
The Beatles have composed over 200 songs so narrowing down the list to 45 for their upcoming version of Rock Band could be a difficult task. Announced at this years E3 were the initial ten that would be included in the game; â€œI Saw Her Standing There,â€ â€œI Want To Hold Your Hand,â€ â€œI Feel Fine,â€ â€œTaxman,â€ â€œDay Tripper,â€ Back In The USSR,â€ â€œI Am The Walrus,â€ â€œOctopusâ€™s Garden,â€ â€œHere Comes The Sun,â€ and â€œGet Back.â€
We now have the next fifteen that are to be included, bringing the total to 25. With only a fraction of tracks left, any guesses on what songs are to be announced next?
Harmonix and MTV have announced today that Rock Band will allow artists to upload their own music in the future.
Much like websites such as MP3.com and others that sprang up many years ago, the team behind Rock Band intend to allow independent musicians to upload their own work and sell it to Rock Band owners.
Whilst this does solve one problem for Harmonix and MTV – namely the delivery of a regular stream of licenced music – the new system will also offer challenges that require considerable thought.
Everything comes in twos. Knowing and Push. Napalm and Cordite. This guy and Trophy Whoring. Too bad no one told Harmonix. Three bands, three songs, three packs. Three is the new two.
Judas Priest, Big Dipper and The Dead Weather drop original master recordings (some live) this Thursday in the Rock Band Store. The big story here is the alternative rock supergroup The Dead Weather; their three pack will (almost) coincide with the band’s debut album Horehound.
There’s a new tour in town and its name is the RockStar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Okay, so it is more a festival than a tour, but facts are facts: this one kicks the Vans Warped Tour’s ass from here to next Thursday and here’s why: it’s a metal and rock festival.
Six tracks from RockStar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival performers such as Slayer, Cannibal Corpse and Marilyn Manson are contending for your hard earned dollars, pounds or euros against an arguably far more popular threesome. Green Day is coming to town.
The Vans Warped Tour is in full swing and so is the content on the Rock Band Store. Three more tracks from bands you may never heard of (but should) make their way to your PlayStation 3 this Thursday.
Damn Foreigners, taking all the good jobs Rock Band DLC spots. Feels Like the First Time, Headknocker and Blue Morning, Blue Day could be yours in the first Foreigner Track Pack. In case you need instructions on how to rock, don’t ask us. We don’t need them and we don’t have them. We’re hot blooded; go ahead and check it…and see. Now if we could get the legendary ‘Foreigner Belt’ as DLC we would be all set.
This week we got a big update in Rock Band content; two packs and three tracks drop on the Rock Band store. First off, in celebration of the Vans Warped Tour kicking off this Friday, we get the ‘Warped Tour Pack’. Five tracks from a handful of the diverse band line-up on tour right now could be yours.
June 2009 marks a historic moment for PS3 Attitude. It was the first of what we hope to be many E3’s to be covered live from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Over the course of four days, we would cover three different press conferences, multiple booth tours and live demos, and who know’s how many crossings from the South Hall to the West Hall, not to mention the meeting rooms upstairs. There were both ups and downs, good games and bad, but overall, it was an experience like no other.
Join us as we recap some of our favorite (and least favorite) moments of E3 2009 along with some never before seen pictures taken by yours truly…