» DLC: Rock Band Queen Pack 01

L.E. Green

|    Monday, March 29, 2010

  • Developer: Harmonix Music Systems
  • Publisher: MTV Games/Electronic Arts
  • Platform: Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii
  • Players: 1-4 Simultaneous
  • Rating: T
  • Genre: Music/Rhythm


This DLC music pack is compatible with all regular versions of Rock Band. Some tracks are also playable in LEGO Rock Band. It features 10 tracks from Queen for $15.99 or 1280 Microsoft Points (album)/ $1.99 or 160 Microsoft Points or 200 Wii Points (each song).

The tracks included in the pack are:

Another One Bits The Dust
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Fat Bottomed Girls
I Want It All
I Want To Break Free
Killer Queen
One Vision
Somebody To Love
Tie Your Mother Down
Under Pressure

Track packs are not available for download on Wii. Each track is sold individually.


Bang for your buck (value) and the possibility of a fresh challenge may be major factors in your purchase decisions for your Rock Band music library, but personal tastes in music often play the biggest role. So for Queen fans the release of Queen Pack 01 for Rock Band is a triple threat. It includes 10 of their hits, at a great value for their length, and a couple of them are particularly challenging, especially if you’re trying to sing. Not a Queen fan? I’d suggest hearing the tracks first. You may change your mind. It’s a pack worth having.

Verdict: Buy It


Comments (4)


  1. Dobe Dobe says:

    I’m pleasantly surprised by the lack of We Are the Champions. It’s a great song and obviously a massive hit, but it wasn’t very fun to play on Guitar Hero and I doubt it could be made so by Harmonix. Nice selections.

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