Rock Band 3 (PS3)

Release Date: 28 October 2010
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Rock Band 3 is the next generation of the ultimate social and interactive music gaming platform developed by the category's leading pioneers, Harmonix Music Systems. Featuring innovative game modes and instruments, Rock Band 3 will change the way fans think about and play music games.


The Most Music. Period. The Rock Band 3 disc soundtrack contains 83 of the best bands from around the world, including bands that have never appeared in a music game, and support for existing Rock Band tracks (previous Rock Band discs, downloaded songs and track/artist packs). Plus, Rock Band 3 will give you immediate access to a library of over 2000 songs by launch, with new content added weekly. Rock Band's gigantic music library dwarfs that of Guitar Hero or any other music game

Redesigned Music Library - Create and save set lists, and share them with your friends online. Improved song sorting makes it easier to find the songs you like-and hide the songs you don't. Song recommendation system will recommend new songs for you based upon those you already like to play

Expand the Band - Keyboard and Vocal Harmony. In addition to guitar, bass, drums, and solo voice, Rock Band 3 introduces 3-part vocal harmonies, and-for the first time ever-keyboard! Up to 7 players can play together for the ultimate social gaming experience

Go Pro - Take your passion for music to the next level: "Rock Band Pro" lets you develop real musical instrument skills through gameplay!

Pro Drums supports three expansion cymbals for more accurate drum set simulation

Pro Keys features pitch-accurate keyboard performance

Pro Guitar-the flagship of the RB Pro initiative-features realistic guitar and bass performance, utilizing the new "Mustang Pro" simulated guitar controller

Additionally, Harmonix is working with professionals in the music industry to deliver to players a real electric guitar controller

Play Just For Fun ... or Get Serious

Casual player? Rock Band 3 has great new party modes for quick rocking sessions with friends

Serious player? A whole new universe of challenges awaits. The revamped Career Mode sets your band on a path to conquer the world, chasing 700+ goals and rewards Pro Modes take instrumental gameplay to the next level of sophistication. And seamless leaderboard integration keeps you always aware of how you're stacking up against your friends.

Release Date: 28 October 2010

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Product Reviews

Best music game of all time!

Doesn't matter if you're a newcomer to music games or you have a dozen of Guitar Hero's and Rock Bands behind you - you HAVE to buy this game. With music game genre fading and sales dropping Harmonix knew that a drastic move is necessary. Rock Band 3 IS that move. This game does everything, and does it perfectly.

For the first time you can use a video game to learn a new (real) instrument. With addition in a form of Pro mode you can literally learn how to play a guitar. Even tough this is huge by itself, it's not the only new feature. Another big announcement was the addition of keyboard. Just as guitar and drums, keyboard also makes use of the new Pro mode.

Rock Band 3 setlist received some criticism but I personally like it. It's not the best in the series but it's far from bad. Classics like "Smoke On The Water", "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Free Bird" and "Break on Through" will make your mom and dad join the virtual rock band.

Stuff I liked:

Pro mode, Game setlist, Improved music library, Leaderboards, Addition of keyboard, Great post-release DLC

Stuff I disliked:

Some venues are too graphic and can cause headache, Breakneck Speed is (still) a global setting