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It's Death Metal Week!
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 17th of March 2008 - 08:10 PM ]
New Rock Band DLC For you Rock Band fans out there. Here is the new content due out this week. Days depend on the system you are playing on of course. But I am actually thrilled to see the list. Well more thrilled to hear the songs. First time I have heard them, but they sound like they will be brutal for the game. I am also glad to see that Harmonix is also adding in a few harder tracks to the game list. It still is not Still Alive, that was shown at the GDC, but still. Read More...
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Hurray For National Drinking Day
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Sunday, 9th of March 2008 - 01:31 AM ]
Free Dropkick Murphys on GHIII So, if you have no bar hopping plans for National Drinking Day, grab some buddies and have an impromptu party at your place and celebrate with a pint and play some Guitar Hero. We Do Not Condone Underage Drinking. To add to the fun, Activision id hooking up the cut for GH players by giving them three FREE downloads for the game. Quite Nice of them. Still doesn't make up for their past actions, but you know what, it's a start. Read More...
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Rock Band Goes Truckin' With Downloadable Grateful Dead Tracks
by Aaron BlueWolf72 Molloy [ Monday, 3rd of March 2008 - 06:21 AM ]
Anyone Down for Grateful Dead on Rock Band? First six out of eighteen classic Grateful Dead master recordings set to hit Rock Band Harmonix and MTV Games today announced plans to take gamers on a long strange trip with the first selection of downloadable Grateful Dead tracks for the revolutionary music video game Rock Band. On March 4th, gamers looking to channel their inner Dead Head can download six of the legendary band's most popular tracks, including "China Cat Sunflower" (from 1969's Aoxomoxoa), "Casey Jones" (from 1970's Workingman's Dead), "Sugar Magnolia" and "Truckin'" (both from 1970's American Beauty), "Franklin's Tower" (from 1975's Blues For Allah) and "I Need A Miracle" (from 1978's Shakedown Street). Over the next several months, the iconic group will make a total of eighteen master recordings from its diverse catalog available as digitally distributed game levels for Rock Band. Read More...
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