Rock Band 3 New Features: Pro Guitar
The Rock Band 3 Pro Guitar initiative has been getting a lot of buzz lately, and while the general idea of “play a real guitar in Rock Band” sounds incredibly awesome, a lot of people have wanted to know more about the design and specifics of how Rock Band 3 will help turn you into a real guitarist. I asked Sylvain Dubrofsky, Senior Designer in charge of everything Rock Band Pro, to fill in the details.
BYOBooth: Our DIY PAX 2010 Adventure
Penny Arcade Expo is, without a doubt, the most supportive, friendliest and hospitable convention we have the good fortune to attend every year. PAX this year was absolutely no exception. But this year, we had a very special booth...
The Official Harmonix Rock Band Podcast Episode 25 – It’s Us Again! (yay Us!)
PAX was awesome this year! Thanks to everyone who came out and made our BYO-Booth the greatest DIY booth to have ever existed. If you weren’t at PAX we missed you tons – so this podcast is for you! Listen in to hear us recount some adventures, offer up a few shout outs, and toss around some personal information and DLC discussion.
Dio, Juliana Hatfield, Morrissey, The Smiths, Silverchair, and Underoath Add Tracks to Rock Band
By now you probably know that Rock Band 3 has an amazing setlist with an epic lineup of bands. Just in case you forgot, this week we're bringing you a sneak peek at some bands from the Rock Band 3 setlist as DLC, plus some Rock Band debuts and new tracks from Rock Band favorites.
New to RBN: 9/10/10
Check out this week's new Rock Band Network tracks including tracks from The New Pornographers, In This Moment, and Modern Skirts. Plus, we have new tracks coming to the PlayStation 3 from Bang Camaro and Jonathan Coulton, and more Wii tracks coming from Five Finger Death Punch, Bang Camaro, and Seether!
HMX RBN Picks XVIII
Check out this week's RBN recommendations from HMXers, including Sophie B. Hawkins, In This Moment, and The Gracious Few, a band made up of members of Candlebox and Live!
Laughin’ and Cryin’ with Jim from The Reverend Horton Heat
HMXPope chats with Jim Heath, the Reverend Horton Heat himself, about rockabilly history, the Rev in video games, and what it takes to make it 20 years as a hard traveling band.