Sir Paul McCartney had a video game. It is pretty awful, but it's also fascinating.
Ringo Starr might be "absolutely crap" at Rock Band, but that isn't going to stop him from trademarking the crap out of his name, Ringo. Rather, Ringo™.
You might not be ready to rock, but the E3 gaming expo is ready to rock you.
Harmonix is kicking off today a series of eBay charity auctions for Xbox 360s painted with an illustration from the amazing introduction to The Beatles: Rock Band.
What are those people doing in that brick building in Massachusetts? They're ensuring that the virtual Beatles look like the real Beatles.
The list of officially confirmed songs for The Beatles: Rock band grows to twenty-five this morning, as today's trailer reveals are joined by seven more tracks by way of official EA decree.
Harmonix and MTV Games have this afternoon released a new gameplay trailer for The Beatles: Rock Band, along with information on a further eight tracks that will be included in the game.
Michael Jackson has passed away, and lawyers are currently picking through his estate. Jackson owned 267 Beatles songs, the ownership of which is at risk.
While the band broke up decades ago, and half of them are now dead, the remaining Beatles weren't just going to sit by and watch somebody else make a game based on their career. So they helped.
The Beatles: Rock Band has been playable at E3 this week. So, being fans of both The Beatles and Rock Band, we figured we'd go check it out.
.html I may not be the biggest Beatles fan, but it was hard to deny the appeal of the first trailer for The Beatles: Rock Band. It looks fab.