Harmonix's rock solid 2010 rock 'n' roll game Rock Band 3 will be re-released later this year under the guidance of a new publisher, Mad Catz. That's right. The people who make Rock Band guitar and keyboard controllers are now publishing the game.
Someday, we may get The Daily Show: The Video Game or Spike TV Video Game Awards: The Game, thanks to the formation of 345 Games, the new video game arm of Comedy Central and Spike TV. The first two titles to come from that studio will be Deadliest Warrior: Legends and Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon, both for Xbox…
One of your resolutions for 2011 should probably be "play more Rock Band 3." Harmonix is encouraging that kind of behavior with a long list of new additions to its full band music game, including an injection of Johnny Cash.
The people who make Rock Band and the breakout Kinect dancing game Dance Central have been sold by MTV's parent company Viacom. But they can keep making sequels to those series, if they want to.
Truly terrible arcade-inspired album Pac-Man Fever is coming to Rock Band Network next year, letting Rock Band owners relive the 1982 Buckner & Garcia classic from the comfort of their plastic instruments.
Fender's real electric guitar that doubles as a Rock Band 3 controller is coming next year, according to the guitar maker. You'll get your hands on the Squier Stratocaster controller in March 2011... if you can pony up the cash.
The people who made music games great have delivered their best game yet. Harmonix, the developers behind Guitar Hero and Rock Band, have tweaked, polished, and re-engineered the Rock Band presentation, while also adding all-new ways to play.
The Piano Man is bringing some of his biggest hits to MTV Games and Harmonix's Rock Band, arguably the best reason to pick up a copy of Rock Band 3's new keyboard controller.
Ever since we previewed Rock Band 3's Pro Guitar mode, readers have been asking if lefties can play this mode. They can.
What will you be dancing to when MTV Games and Harmonix releases Dance Central for Microsoft's Kinect? Check out the entire toe-tapping track list right here.
Next week Rock Band fans can hold hands and watch the sunrise from the bottom of the sea as song number 2,000 hits the Rock Band Store, but first, are you experienced?
Folks noticed that Rock Band 3's PS3 keyboard bundle had disappeared from U.S. retail sites, and asked Harmonix why. It seems contract terms in the region prohibit its sale. And now they must wangle a fix for those who preordered.
Harmonix is making Rock Band's already massive song list a little heavier next week, adding a fresh injection of thrash metal, thanks to Anthrax. That's just a small slice of the rock band coming to Rock Band soon.
The latest version of Rock Band to come to the DS doesn't just deliver a stripped down, button-tapping version of the popular console game, it also seems to find some inspiration from a classic 80s arcade game.
In this video Rock Band 3 senior designer Sylvain Dubrofsky walks us through just how the keyboard play is going to work in Harmonix upcoming rhythm game.
Dance Central, the body-controlled dancing game from the makers of Rock Band, has multiplayer. It's no Kinect Adventures multiplayer where you'd be standing side-by-side, in a gesture vs. gesture frenzy. No. It does dance battles. You take turns.
Next week's Rock Band additions are certainly an eclectic mix, ranging from Christian pop to German industiral to indie rock. What's the theme? Singles!
Harmonix and MTV Games have revealed retailer-specific preorder bonuses for Rock Band 3, with GameStop customers scoring three free tunes when the game launches October 26, including New Order's techno anthem "Blue Monday." It's no "True Faith," but it'll do.