Posts Tagged Pro mode


Three Pro Tracks, Two Debuts in Next Week’s Rock Band Music Store Update

Friday, April 1, 2011 1 Comment

Harmonix announced today that American classic rock band Grand Funk Railroad and new wave English rockers Joy Division will be making their Rock Band debuts next week, along with the addition of a new track from J. Geils Band. The update actually includes three Pro guitar and bass upgrade compatible tracks, which is quite a […]


Ubisoft Takes Aim at Rock Band, Announces New Guitar Video Game

Friday, March 18, 2011 1 Comment

While some believe the music/rhythm genre is dying, others still believe in it strongly, and some are just throwing their hat in the ring. Ubisoft is one of the latter, announcing yesterday that it is developing a new music/rhythm, or as it calls it, self-improvement, title that will allow players to plug in any real […]


Pat Benatar Hits with Her Best Shot in Next Week’s Rock Band Music Store Update

Friday, February 18, 2011 No Comments

Harmonix announced today that next week’s Rock Band Music Store Update will feature a six track pack of songs from rock legend Pat Benatar. The four-time Grammy Award winner’s tracks Hit Me With Your Best Shot and Heartbreaker, which are already available in the Music Store, will be joined by Fire and Ice, Love is […]


London Calling to Rock Band, Time for Next Week’s Music Store Update

Friday, January 28, 2011 1 Comment

If you hadn’t already guessed by the headline, Harmonix and MTV Games announced that this week’s Rock Band Music Store update will feature the addition of the rest of the tracks from The Clash’s album London Calling. The album that brought the band to the world stage will be available in its entirety, with the […]


Zivix Strikes a Chord, Ups the Ante With Jam Party: Remixed

Wednesday, January 26, 2011 No Comments

A few months ago, we told you about the release of a music creation game for Windows-based PCs that can bring new life (see: usefulness) to your old USB Guitar Hero and Rock Band controllers called Jam Party: Be the Music. Today, the game’s developer, Zivix, announced that it’s released a new version of the […]


Dance Central DLC Expensive, Even When On Sale

Monday, January 24, 2011 1 Comment

Harmonix and MTV Games made an announcement today that four of the downloadable content tracks available for their Kinect for Xbox 360 dancing title, Dance Central, will be on sale for 33% off starting tomorrow. However, while this should be a news article describing the details of that announcement, I feel compelled, rather, to discuss […]


Rock Band Goes European and Says Happy Holidays in Next Week’s Music Store Update

Friday, December 17, 2010 No Comments

Harmonix and MTV Games announced today that next week’s Rock Band Music Store update will be for singles only, because that’s all there will be in the update. The update features a mishmash of European tunes, including one holiday title, Happy Xmas (War is Over) by John & Yoko, The Plastic Ono Band. The rest […]


Queen Gets the Royal Treatment in Next Week’s Rock Band Music Store Update

Friday, December 3, 2010 1 Comment

Harmonix and MTV Games announced today that next week’s Rock Band Music Store Update will feature Pro guitar and bass upgrades for some of the songs in the original Queen track pack, as well as a new pack of Queen songs. The original Queen pack tracks upgraded for Rock Band 3, now dubbed the Queen […]


Harmonix Prepares to Take Thanksgiving Weekend Off, Announces Rock Band DLC Update Today

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 No Comments

After a short brain fart, I finally figured out why Harmonix sent out its announcement for next week’s Rock Band Music Store update today. Thanksgiving and Black Friday! Looks like somebody’s preparing to take the weekend off! With that in mind, next week’s update features a four track pack from Lynyrd Skynyrd, plus a couple […]


The Incomplete Rock Band 3 Lazy Review

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 1 Comment

In this week’s video, L.E. and Nathan do a video review of Rock Band 3, but it’s more of an incomplete review, since we haven’t had the chance to look at the new Pro mode compatible instruments yet. Click the link to watch!

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