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Rock Band: Japan Videos and Trailers - PS3

Rock Band: Japan
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  • Genre:Music
  • Developer: Harmonix
  • Release Date:Jan 1, 0001
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:Rock Band allows gamers to perform music from the world's biggest rock artists with their friends as a virtual band using drum, bass/lead guitar and microphone peripherals, in addition to offering deep online connectivity. Built on deals with the world's biggest record labels and music publishers, the music featured in Rock Band spans all genres of rock and include many of the master recordings from the biggest songs and artists of all time. Customized exclusively for the Japanese market with the assistance of the music gaming masters at Q Entertainment, the Japanese version of the original Rock Band features Japanese musical acts as well as other localized assets. NOTE: This title has been announced but not confirmed for any specific platform -- it may or may not be released in this territory. Please check back for official info.
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