Rock Band Blitz is no longer under wraps, thanks to this X-Play Exclusive. Harmonix Project Director Matthew Nord gives Blair Herter a sneak preview of the over-the-top arcade action coming to the Rock Band series.
Lol this is the fastest announcement ever. Literally the article under this one was talking about a new announcement tonight.
So that's basically Audiosurf meets Rock Band.
I have my speakers on mute but as soon as I saw it i figured it was audiosurf meets rockband :P If you can use your own music collection like in audiosurf then i'd definitely be interested in this :D
It's Amplitude/Frequency meets Rock Band. Audiosurf is great, too...but let's not forget that Harmonix created everything that Audiosurf copied and perfected later.
Not a fan of this, I barely play Audiosurf on my Zune and I'm not gonna pay $10 to $15 for this. Hopefully a real Rock Band game will come out later.
A console Rock Band Unplugged that works with EVERY SINGLE ROCK BAND SONG EVER RELEASED?!?!? I need this...
So this is basically the next evolution of Rockband Unplugged on the PSP?
Rock Band Unplugged was okay, it's not as good without the instruments. I'll be buying this so I can get 25 cheap songs with my instruments.
Peeking at the forum, and it looks like most people are more interested in getting it as a track pack for RB3 and would never actually touch the gameplay of it. To be honest, that's my only interest in it as well. It seems like they're using this as an easy/cheap way to get people's foot in the door of the Rock Band world. Not necessarily a bad idea. Just doesn't do much for people who already have the instruments and play regularly.
did not like Unplugged on the PSP one bit, will not buy this one. I love rock band, own all of them and imported the one that wasnt released in australia along with the Pro Guitar, Pro Drums, Keyboard, and have well over 1000 songs.......but this just looks bad IMO.
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