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The Beatles: Rock Band Latest News - Xbox 360

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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  • Harmonix: Rock Band Is Not Dead

    According to Harmonix, poor-selling music franchise Rock Band is not dead. That, of course, doesn't mean we should look forward to Rock Band 4 this holiday season, but it does mean DLC will continue to be supported. “We’re supporting our community, we’re not going away: Rock Band’s not dead,” said Harmonix's John...

    Posted August 23, 2011

    Harmonix: Rock Band Is Not Dead
  • Lady Gaga Is Coming To Rock Band

    Pop sensation Lady GaGa just will not leave games alone! Last week, we learned of "GaGaville," a Lady GaGa themed Farmville tie-in. Next week, a track pack of Lady Gaga songs will be appearing on the Rock Band Network for your downloading pleasure. Not only that, for fogeys like me, Foreigner's "Urgent" and "Hot...

    Posted May 20, 2011

    Lady Gaga Is Coming To Rock Band
  • Viacom Responds To Harmonix Lawsuit

    It's the holidays and that means mistletoe, rum cake and lawsuits! Yesterday, we learned that some of the founders and shareholders of Rock Band developers Harmonix are suing their parent company Viacom over profits from the Rock Band franchise. Today, Viacom has responded. Read More?

    Posted December 22, 2010

    Viacom Responds To Harmonix Lawsuit
  • Harmonix Founders Suing Viacom

    The fallout from Viacom's decision to sell Rock Band developer Harmonix has begun falling out. Former shareholders, including Harmonix founders such as Alex Rigopulos and Eran Egozy, filed a U.S. lawsuit against Viacom, alleging the media company is not paying out bonuses owed. The lawsuit says that the suit was filed to "recover damages...

    Posted December 21, 2010

    Harmonix Founders Suing Viacom
  • Music DLC Roundup - Week Of October 18

    Linkin Park Track Pack “Blackout” “Burning In The Skies” “The Catalyst” “The Messenger” “Waiting For The End” “Wretches And Kings” Price: $11.99/960 Microsoft Points for pack, or $1.99/160 MSP/200 Wii Points per track Click through to see new tracks for Rock Band, Lips,...

    Posted October 22, 2010

    Music DLC Roundup - Week Of October 18
  • Konami And Harmonix End Legal Fight Over Rock Band

    Way back in 2008, we brought you the word that Konami was suing Harmonix, alledgeing that Rock Band infringes on Konami's music game patents. The case has been settled. The terms of the settlement have not been revealed, but all claims and counter-claims have been dropped, and both companies can now continue making video games (and...

    Posted September 20, 2010

    Konami And Harmonix End Legal Fight Over Rock Band
  • Bob Marley Officially Coming To Rock Band

    It's official: Every frat-boys' favorite record album, Bob Marley's Legend will be available on the Rock Band Network next week. It's almost the full album, missing only "Get Up, Stand Up," which will be available as an on-disc track in Rock Band 3 when it launches on October 26. The tracks below will be Available on Xbox 360, Wii and...

    Posted September 17, 2010

    Bob Marley Officially Coming To Rock Band
  • Snoop Dogg Track Pack Brings Hip Hop To Rock Band

    Do you love hip hop? Do you love Rock Band? Then chances are, you haven’t been particularly pleased with the lack of hip hop tracks in MTV Games and Harmonix’s mega hit music title. Well, today that changes, as legendary rapper Snoop Dogg is poised to become the first hip hop artist to appear in Rock Band, thanks to the newly...

    Posted September 3, 2010

    Snoop Dogg Track Pack Brings Hip Hop To Rock Band
  • Rock Band Network 2.0 Details Revealed

    Harmonix and MTV Games have revealed the first details about the next phase in their Rock Band Network music authoring service. Rock Band Network 2.0, as it is currently known, will bring a number of new additions and improvements, including a bunch of enhancements specifically designed to take advantage of the new features being introduced in...

    Posted August 23, 2010

    Rock Band Network 2.0 Details Revealed
  • Rock Band Lead Designer Dan Teasdale Leaves Harmonix For Twisted Pixel

    Harmonix isn't lacking ambition with Rock Band 3, but in the game's final months, the design is etched in stone. The game is what it is. What's next? For Rock Band lead designer Dan Teasdale, it's accepting a new position at Comic Jumper developer Twisted Pixel and leaving Harmonix. Read More?

    Posted July 2, 2010

    Rock Band Lead Designer Dan Teasdale Leaves Harmonix For Twisted Pixel
  • How Those Two Lost Inspired Tracks Found Their Way Into Rock Band

    Hey, Lost fans. How many times have you caught yourself humming Drive Shaft's undeniably catchy "You All Everybody" between episodes? Sure, Lost is now is over, but Dharma rock lives on in Rock Band, with both "You All Everybody" and Geronimo Jackson's "Dharma Lady" becoming purchasable tracks on Rock Band Network....

    Posted June 2, 2010

    How Those Two Lost Inspired Tracks Found Their Way Into Rock Band
  • Lost Tracks Confirmed For Rock Band

    You might have missed the news I reported on Sunday, just hours before the finale of Lost. I'd been told two songs from Lost -- Drive Shaft's "You All Everybody" and Geronimo Jackson's "Dharma Lady" -- were coming to Rock Band via Rock Band Network. Now, I have proof it's happening. Read More?

    Posted May 25, 2010

    Lost Tracks Confirmed For Rock Band
  • Lost Isn't Over After The Finale -- It's Headed To Rock Band

    When the curtain closes on Lost tonight, what's a Lost fan to do? Rewatch the series with new enlightenment? Drink until the mysteries make sense? Nope. You're going to turn on Rock Band. Read More?

    Posted May 23, 2010

    Lost Isn't Over After The Finale -- It's Headed To Rock Band
  • Harmonix Says You'll Be "Surprised" At How Big Rock Band 3 Is

    It's been two years since Harmonix updated Rock Band. The studio released The Beatles: Rock Band last fall, instead of delivering a yearly update, ala Guitar Hero. Rock Band 3 is later this year, however, and Harmonix is telling gamers they'll be "surprised" at how big the game is. Read More?

    Posted May 19, 2010

    Harmonix Says You'll Be "Surprised" At How Big Rock Band 3 Is
  • Is Green Day Better For Rock Band Than The Beatles?

    The Beatles may be the most celebrated music group in human history, but that doesn't mean they're the right choice for a video game. According to MTV Games' Scott Guthrie, Green Day is better suited to gaming than The Beatles. “We were pleased with the performance of Beatles: Rock Band but we were expecting higher sales,” he...

    Posted May 13, 2010

    Is Green Day Better For Rock Band Than The Beatles?
  • Girl At The Video Game Store on Rock Band!

    Posted: April 13, 2010

    12,365 Views | 03:05

  • Journalists Vs. Developers -- The PAX East Panel

    Posted: April 7, 2010

    5,542 Views | 57:21

  • Rock Band Lounge at PAX East 2010

    Posted: April 1, 2010

    2,907 Views | 01:13

  • X-Play Recommends: The Best Co-Op Games

    Posted: December 23, 2009

    10,733 Views | 02:28

  • The Top Six Video Game Trailers of 2009

    Posted: December 17, 2009

    15,259 Views | 03:09

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