The Beatles: Rock Band (PS3)
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Requires a drum, microphone or guitar controller to play
Rock Band instruments sold separately
The Music That Rocked The World: For the first time ever, play along with 45 legendary Beatles songs on the game-disc including: I Saw Her Standing There, I Want To Hold Your Hand, I Feel Fine, Taxman, Day Tripper, Back In The USSR, I Am The Walrus, Octopus's Garden, Here Comes The Sun, and Get Back.
Dreamscapes & Abbey Road: Highlighting the years in Studio Two at Abbey Road Studios where The Beatles revolutionised modern recording and created amazing masterpieces are inspired artistic visual expressions known as Dreamscapes.
Never Before Released In-Studio Audio Chatter: Audio clips featuring conversation from The Beatles' recording sessions, some of which have never before been heard, bookend the gameplay experience.
Experiential Journey: Take an interactive journey through the legacy and evolution of The Beatles' legendary career from the renowned venues to the clothing and instruments made famous by The Fab Four.
Venues: Progress through five seminal venues in which The Beatles performed during their careers including: The Cavern Club, the set of the Ed Sullivan Show, Budokan, Shea Stadium and the rooftop of Apple Records.
Cut Scenes: Get whisked away through history as a montage of photos, audio and iconic Beatles moments transport you from historical venue to historical venue though the rapidly evolving look and sound of The Fab Four.
Three-Part Harmony: For the first time ever, master the amazing three-part vocal harmonies perfected by The Beatles.
Imagine All The People: Play with up to six bandmates... three mics for vocal harmonies, guitar, bass and drums!
The Beatles: RockBand experience depends greatly on whether you're a fan of the band. If yes, you'll have a blast, if no, it'll be no good. I'm somewhere in the middle. While it's not one of my top bands, I really like some songs (how can you not like While My Guitar Gently Weeps) but most of them are so-so.
Unlike GH: Metallica where most of the songs are fun to play (not matter you like the band or not) here you really need to love the song to appreciate the chart.
BOTTOM LINE: If you like The Beatles - get it. If you don't like them - don't get it. Simple as that :)