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Rock Band: Special Edition Videos and Trailers - PS2

Rock Band: Special Edition
Game Description:Rock Band allows gamers to perform music from the world’s biggest rock artists with their friends as a virtual band. Featuring the most master recordings of any music game ever by the world's biggest rock artists, Rock Band for the PlayStation 2 system includes 58 tracks and spans every genre of rock ranging from alternative and classic rock to heavy metal and punk. Rock Band for the PlayStation 2 system showcases many of the same challenging modes featured in the PS3 version, but also debut new game elements specific to the platform -- the total package includes such features as Band World Tour and Score Duel, which allows drum vs. drum, guitar vs. guitar and vocal vs. vocal play. The Rock Band: Special Edition Bundle for the PlayStation 2 system features a wireless Fender Stratocaster guitar controller, an electronic drum kit, real drum sticks, a microphone and software -- it's everything you need to get in the game and rock out!
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