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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Rock Band 4 Or Guitar Hero Live?

    It's way too early to make a decision between the two (which technically you don't have to), but I am going to make you do it anyway. As the past has proven, there is no reason both of these games can't exist simultaneously. Each has their own distinct mechanics and likely exclusive songs... More
  • Blog Post: In-Game Guitar Straps Will Not Be In Rock Band 4

    As someone who's put countless hours into the Rock Band series, I was excited to learn that Rock Band 4 is indeed in development. I spoke with the game's project manager before the news officially hit to ask a burning question: Now that the series is coming to PS4 and Xbox One, does that mark... More
  • Blog Post: Rock Band 4 Is Coming – Here’s What You Need To Know

    The Rock Band series went dark in April 2013, when Don McLean’s “American Pie” was released as a farewell track. Fans continued to play the music game at parties and with friends and families, but it looked like we’d seen the last of it. In January 2015, Harmonix released new... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Orchestrating A Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Demo

    Square Enix is giving players a chance at a dress rehearsal of sorts, with the news that a demo for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is on its way. The download, which is available on the 3DS' eShop, lets would-be conductors/heroes a chance to try out a pair of tracks from the game, while unlocking... More
  • Blog Post: Chroma Alpha Invites Are In The Wild

    If you signed up to participate in the alpha for Harmonix's upcoming rhythm shooter Chroma, you may want to check your inbox. You are advised to check your spam filters and junk mail receptacles, as I have just distributed a large chunk of Alpha keys to you. — Chroma (@ChromaOfficial) March... More
  • Blog Post: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Is Back With New Entry, Curtain Call

    Can you just not help yourself tapping to Final Fantasy's musical beats? Well, you're in luck because another Theatrhythm entry is headed to Japan for 3DS. The new 3DS entry is called Curtain Call and features beats from over 200 songs and 60 characters, as revealed when site Gematsu obtained... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Decides To Enter The Music Game Genre With Rocksmith

    Even though the lights are on and people are stacking chairs, Ubisoft has decided to show up for the music-game party. The company has announced a new game, Rocksmith, that will cater to people interested in learning how to play the guitar. Ubisoft's senior VP of marketing, Tony Key, bristled when... More
  • Blog Post: Child Of Eden Explodes With Color On June 14

    Child of Eden, the rhythm shooter created by Tetsuya Mizuguchi (the man behind Rez) finally has a release date. It’s June 14. Don’t make us say it again. Ubisoft recently confirmed the game’s release with Joystiq at PAX East. Q Entertainment’s rhythmic action shooter will be releasing... More
  • Blog Post: Exerbeat Announced For Wii

    Can you guess what kind of game Namco Bandai's just-announced Exerbeat is? Because if not, we need to have a talk with your parents about summer school. Yes, Exerbeat is another entrant in the expanding rhythm/fitness genre. More than 150 activities, some of which are compatible with MotionPlus and... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out Dance Central's First Day DLC

    We know, you've been wringing sweat from your clothes all day. Marathon sessions of Kinect games will do that to you, especially Harmonix's Dance Central. If you're some sort of dancing maniac and are stuck craving more than the included 32 songs, we've got good news - there is day one... More
  • Blog Post: New Band Hero DS Highlights Drum Skin

    The latest Band Hero DS trailer is up, and it shows off the slip-on drum accessory in action. If you own a DSi, however, you're going to have to sit this one out, since neither the skin nor the Guitar Grip accessory will fit on Nintendo's latest handheld. More
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