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Rockband 3 (PS3)
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation 3
Rock Band 3 is the next generation of the ultimate social and interactive music gaming platform developed by the category's leading pioneers, Harmonix Music Systems. Featuring innovative game modes and instruments, Rock Band 3 will change the way fans think about and play music games.
- The Most Music. Period. The Rock Band 3 disc soundtrack contains 83 of the best bands from around the world, including bands that have never appeared in a music game, and support for existing Rock Band tracks (previous Rock Band discs, downloaded songs and track/artist packs). Plus, Rock Band 3 will give you immediate access to a library of over 2000 songs by launch, with new content added weekly. Rock Band's gigantic music library dwarfs that of Guitar Hero or any other music game
- Redesigned Music Library - Create and save set lists, and share them with your friends online. Improved song sorting makes it easier to find the songs you like-and hide the songs you don't. Song recommendation system will recommend new songs for you based upon those you already like to play
- Expand the Band - Keyboard and Vocal Harmony. In addition to guitar, bass, drums, and solo voice, Rock Band 3 introduces 3-part vocal harmonies, and-for the first time ever-keyboard! Up to 7 players can play together for the ultimate social gaming experience
The most critically-acclaimed music title in the video games world gets its biggest update ever. With more songs than any of its predecessors you also get a whole new instrument to master with the new keyboard controller.
Up to seven people can play together in the same band
|Work through Pro mode and learn real musical techniques|
|Enjoy instant party modes and a new career option|
|The new keyboard controller is unique to Rock Band 3|
With over 80 original tracks from some of the biggest bands in rock history on the disc you can also import songs from previous games and downloads for a massive library of over 2,000 titles. Plus, thanks to the new keyboard option and the vocal harmonies from The Beatles and Green Day spin-offs, up to seven players can now play their part in the same song.
If you get really good you can test your skills in the new Rock Band Pro mode, designed not just for difficultly but to teach you the skills necessary to play real instruments. Whether you just want a casual party game or a fun path to creating a real rock band this sequel has everything.Key Features
- Music Master: The biggest collection of music, the widest selection of instruments and all new serious and casual play options combine to make the best Rock Band game ever.
- Key Addition: For the first time ever in a music game use the all-new keyboard controller, with many of the new tracks designed to emphasise its use.
- Professional Help: Play the new Rock Band Pro mode and learn real-world skills for playing music, especially if you use the new Pro Guitar controller.
- Party Hearty: If you'd prefer not to take your game so seriously there's a whole suite of new party modes with instant play options, a new career mode and online leaderboards.
- Record Collection: Play any of the 83 tracks on the disc or get access to more than 2,000 classics songs from bands ranging from T.Rex and The Doors to The Smiths and David Bowie.
For years this U.S. developer toiled away in obscurity, with critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful music games such as Frequency and Amplitude. Then they made Guitar Hero and the rest was history. They were bought by MTV Studios in 2006, when they started work on Rock Band.
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Top Customer Reviews
But which game should you buy? Guitar Hero or Rock Band? I have yet to try the newest Guitar Hero game, but I've owned countless in the past, and i must say that this triumphs them all. Adding the Keyboard controller and Pro modes into the mix, i would say that Rock Band is the game to get.
To clear any confusion; The Guitar Hero instruments work perfectly with Rock Band 3, the drumset can be modified to add the rock band orange cymbal in game with the click of a button, which is pretty useful. :)
Career mode far more interesting whilst playing on your own
Excellent track list and 1000's more available for download
Pro Guitar and Keyboard (My guitar is still on order)
No auto kick cheat feature. (Only really applies to very novice drummers who want to play for fun)
I am an accomplished guitar player but had started playing around with the drums on Guitar hero. However, like many I hear, I'm useless especially at using the kick pedal! I was having fun though but now with Rock band 3 the learning curve having to use the kick pedal has just taking the fun out of drumming.
Awesome game, I've put many hours into this already and anticipate the Pro guitar is going to be the icing on the cake especially being that I can play real guitar.
Take advantage of the on-line function to link the game to your Rock Band website to share and view your own progress as you meet the very realistic goals set for you in the game.
The Rock Band Network having about 2,000 songs to buy and download, there is a good chance you will find something you like.
Even so, the game is a blast playing, and it's very addictive. The addition of the new instruments is a godsend, and finally you can play keyboard heavy songs as they are intended to be. I have yet to try the Pro mode, so I can't comment on that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came before expected, excellent condition and played perfectly. Great price and quality.Published 23 months ago by gemma guilfoyle
I bought this as a Christmas present for my son with him being disabled he plays games a lot & he really likes this game he thinks it is a bit hard in places but finds it... Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2014 by Debra Julie Ashlley
Phenomenal game, giant library (with DLC and imports all together), pro drums is a ton of fun and of course. IT'S ROCK BAND!Published on 20 Aug. 2013 by Me
Very entertaining! The career mode and the road challenges are really fun to play. Online gameplay is great too. Read morePublished on 3 Jun. 2013 by AndiD
just what i excepted, good game especially if you have the other two.
Hope there will be a forth rock band.
then you'll like RB3. Play drums, keyboard, guitar or sing. Lot's of fun in a party were RB3 is. Saddly there is no wooden guitar controller for the PS3...Published on 2 May 2013 by Joao Encarnado