Harmonix appears to be taking a break from Rock Band Unplugged releases, moving away from a weekly batch of downloadable tunes for the Frequency-esque PSP spin-off. But that doesn't mean it's ditching the portable rhythm game altogether.
Next week the Rock Band Music Store gets a trio of songs from Anvil, a couple from The Guess Who and Dinosaur Jr., and the greatest song in the world - tribute.
Next week's additions to the various Rock Band Music Stores are riding on a new wave, with five tracks from Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Talking Heads.
Rock Band owners will be treated to a potpourri of new music offering next week, led by a new triple shot of Foo Fighters jams and a blend of radio rock favorites.
A heavy dose of classic rock in next week's Rock Band Music Store update gets completely overrun by the Rock Band debut of Gorillaz. Feel good? I'm feeling glad.
The latest batch of downloadable songs for Rock Band Unplugged for the PSP includes the stirring love anthem "Still Alive" from Portal, which will be available, free of charge and includes delicious cake.
A rather nice variety of tracks make up the first batch of new DLC for Rock Band Unplugged since launch, with Stone Temple Pilots, Mötley Crüe, Avenged Sevenfold, and Dream Theater getting the Frequency treatment.
My fellow Americans and I will be enjoying the pleasures of a three-day weekend, thanks to the arrival of Memorial Day. In shallow remembrance of our fallen servicemen, I'll be playing Rock Band Unplugged.
Harmonix has released the full track list for Rock Band Unplugged, which we already knew, but they've also announced the first batch of downloadable content, which we didn't know.
A few months ago we posted a partial setlist from upcoming Playstation Portable rocker Rock Band Unplugged.
Harmonix is letting you start a band and rock the world on the go with Rock Band Unplugged, the PlayStation Portable spin-off that builds on the developer's rhythm game pedigree.
Rock Band Unplugged, the Harmonix co-developed PSP take on Rock Band, is coming to PSPs this summer. It's trading pricey plastic peripherals for free ones: your hands.
Probably. It's on GameStop's website, after all, and last I checked big corporations aren't as prone to throwing up April Fool's jokes as common folk.
How will Harmonix squeeze the full band experience of Rock Band onto the instrument-free PSP? By making Rock Band Unplugged a spiritual sequel to Amplitude, Harmonix's critically beloved pre-Guitar Hero rhythm game.
Hot from this week's annual Destination PlayStation meeting comes news of LittleBigPlanet, Rock Band and Assassin's Creed for the PlayStation Portable.