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The Beatles: Rock Band Latest News - Wii

Game Description: Jump into the shoes of the Fab Four, and experience the music, the history and the phenomenon that were The Beatles. Featuring 45 of the band's most beloved tracks, replica instruments, and, for the first time in a video game, three-part harmonies, the game is a Beatles lovers dream. And for younger generations, it offers the chance to experience the greatest band of all time for the first time.
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The Beatles: Rock Band News

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  • Rumor: 'Lego Rock Band' Coming in 2009?

    Internet-leak time, folks: According to Harmonix senior designer Dan Teasdale's blog, Think Services, the company behind the Game Developers Conference, may have inadvertently revealed the existence of Lego Rock Band. Teasdale says Think posted the wrong slides from his GDC presentation "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap: Design Lessons Learned...

    Posted April 6, 2009| 39 Comments

    Rumor: 'Lego Rock Band' Coming in 2009?
  • 'Rock Band' Hits $1B Mark

    Rock Band, the mammoth rhythm/music gaming franchise from Harmonix/MTV Games/EA, has topped the billion dollar mark in sales, according to the people who make the game. This number includes the hardware, software, and downloadable content that you can purchase for Rock Band, and comes at the 15 month mark in the game's life cycle. With over 600...

    Posted March 26, 2009| 49 Comments

    'Rock Band' Hits $1B Mark

 


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