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Submitted by -Mezzo- 758d ago | opinion piece

The day the music died: A tribute to Rock Band

VB - Like it or not, the age of the plastic instrument was never going to last. After burning perhaps a bit too brightly over the course of the last decade, Guitar Hero and its ilk fizzled out in 2011, passing their collective torch to a lone survivor: Harmonix’s Rock Band series. For a long while, we watched in awe as Harmonix continued to float a sinking ship, playing catch-up with the spectre of an industry that just didn’t exist anymore. (PS3, Rock Band, Xbox 360)

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