September 14th 2009

Limited Edition The Beatles: Rock Band

Last week we’ve welcomed the launched of The Beatles: Rock Band, a musical video game created by  Harmonix Music Systems. We’re already familiar with the  popular game, which lets players get points through playing along with rock songs using instruments that respond to patterns passing on the screen. Singers can use a microphone and follow lyrics.
The Beatles: Rock Band follows the same guidelines, with forty-five Beatles hits broken down into their respective guitar, bass, drums, and vocals.


The Music That Rocked The World – Play along with 45 legendary Beatles songs on the game-disc including: “I Saw Her Standing There,” “I Want To Hold Your Hand,”  “Day Tripper,” “I Am The Walrus,” and more!

Experiential Journey
– Take a journey through the legacy and evolution of The
Beatles’ career from the  venues to the clothing and instruments.

Downloadable Songs and Albums
– “All You Need Is Love” will be released exclusively as a
downloadable song for The Beatles: Rock Band through Xbox LIVE; proceeds go towards Doctors Without Borders. Also, the entire Abbey Road album will be the first album made available for download purchase.

Venues –Move through five  venues where The Beatles performed, including The Cavern Club, the set of the Ed Sullivan Show, Budokan, Shea Stadium and the rooftop of Apple Records.

Dreamscapes and Abbey Road – The Beatles revolutionized modern recording and created amazing masterpieces here, and you can try it too!

Never Before Released In-Studio Audio Chatter
– Audio clips featuring authentic conversation from the fab four.

Cut Scenes – Check out photos, audio and moments through history.

Three-Part Harmony – Master their incredible vocals.

Imagine All The People – Play with up to six bandmates… three vocal, guitar, bass, and drums!

Check it out at their official site, The Beatles: Rock Band.

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Andrew loves art and design, and pursues his studies in his final year at the Ontario College of Art and Design. He loves seeking out new artists and giving them their dues, and in his spare time, focuses on his own abstract sculpture.