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Rock Band 3 - Xbox 360 (Game)

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
4.3 out of 5 stars 198 customer reviews
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  • RB3 has great new party modes for quick rocking sessions with friends, as well as a whole new universe of challenges including a revamped Career Mode and 700+ goals and rewards
  • Game track list contains over 80 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
  • Create and save set lists, and share them with your friends online and enjoy improved song sorting makes it easier to find the songs you like
  • Expand the band with the optional keyboard peripheral and 3-part vocals harmonies, together allowing support for up to 7 players
  • Take your passion for music to the next level with Rock Band Pro functionality that lets you develop real musical instrument skills through gameplay
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Game

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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.


Rock Band 3 is the third main release in the iconic video game series that challenges gamers to live out their Rock & Roll fantasies together in a band situation, both locally and online. The game features an ever expanding song list from every era of Rock & Roll history, easy to pick up yet challenging addictive Note Highway gameplay, compatibility with earlier releases in the series and all platform-specific instrument controllers including most Guitar Hero controllers, extreme in-game character and band customization, and a slew of new features. These new features include: new setlist search functionality, the addition of 3-part harmonies and a keyboard peripheral and expanded play modes, including the advanced Pro Mode.

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The Most Music. Period

The Rock Band 3 disc soundtrack contains 83 tracks by the best bands from around the world, including bands that have never appeared in a music game, as well as support for existing Rock Band tracks (Rock Band and Rock Band 2 discs, downloaded songs, track packs, AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack, LEGO Rock Band and Green Day: Rock Band). Additionally, Rock Band 3 gives players immediate access to a music library approaching 2,000 songs by launch, with new content added regularly. With a selection like this, it is clear that Rock Band's gigantic music selection dwarfs that of any other music game on the market. The full track list includes:

Note Highway gameplay mechanic from Rock Band 3
Signature Rock Band Note Highway gameplay mechanic.
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Three-part harmony gameplay from Rock Band 3
Addition of 3-part harmony to main release gameplay.
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Screenshot of a female drummer rocking hard in Rock Band 3
New play option, including the advanced Pro Mode.
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Optional new keyboard controller for Rock Band 3
New, optional keyboard instrument controller (sold separately).
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  • Amy Winehouse, "Rehab"
  • Anthrax, "Caught in a Mosh"
  • At the Drive-In, "One Armed Scissor"
  • Avenged Sevenfold, "The Beast & the Harlot"
  • Beach Boys, "Good Vibrations (Live)"
  • Big Country, "In a Big Country"
  • Blondie, "Heart of Glass"
  • Bob Marley, "Get Up, Stand Up"
  • Chicago, "25 or 6 to 4"
  • David Bowie, "Space Oddity"
  • Deep Purple, "Smoke on the Water"
  • Def Leppard, "Foolin'"
  • Devo, "Whip It"
  • Dio, "Rainbow in the Dark"
  • Dire Straits, "Walk of Life"
  • Doobie Brothers, "China Grove"
  • Dover, "King George"
  • Echo & the Bunnymen, "The Killing Moon"
  • Elton John, "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting"
  • Faith No More, "Midlife Crisis"
  • Filter, "Hey Man, Nice Shot"
  • Foreigner, "Cold As Ice"
  • Golden Earring, "Radar Love"
  • HIM (His Infernal Majesty), "Killing Loneliness"
  • Huey Lewis and the News, "The Power of Love"
  • Hypernova, "Viva La Resistance"
  • Ida Maria, "Oh My God"
  • INXS, "Need You Tonight"
  • J. Geils Band, "Centerfold"
  • James Brown, "I Got You" (I Feel Good)
  • Jane's Addiction, "Been Caught Stealing"
  • Joan Jett, "I Love Rock N' Roll"
  • John Lennon, "Imagine"
  • Juanes, "Me Enamora"
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Free Bird"
  • Manà, "Oye Mi Amor"
  • Marilyn Manson, "The Beautiful People"
  • Metric, "Combat Baby"
  • Night Ranger, "Sister Christian"
  • Ozzy Osbourne, "Crazy Train"
  • Paramore, "Misery Business"
  • Phish, "Llama"
  • Phoenix, "Lasso"
  • Poni Hoax, "Antibodies"
  • Pretty Girls Make Graves, "Something Bigger, Something Brighter"
  • Primus, "Jerry Was a Racecar Driver"
  • Queen, "Bohemian Rhapsody"
  • Queens of the Stone Age, "No One Knows"
  • Rammstein, "Du Hast"
  • Ramones, "I Wanna Be Sedated"
  • Rilo Kiley, "Portions for Foxes"
  • Riverboat Gamblers, "Don't Bury Me...I'm Still Not Dead"
  • Roxette, "The Look"
  • Slipknot, "Before I Forget"
  • Smash Mouth, "Walkin' On The Sun"
  • Spacehog, "In the Meantime"
  • Steve Miller Band, "Fly Like an Eagle"
  • Stone Temple Pilots, "Plush"
  • Swingin' Utters, "This Bastard's Life"
  • T. Rex, "20th Century Boy"
  • Tears for Fears, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"
  • Tegan & Sara, "The Con"
  • The B-52's, "Rock Lobster"
  • The Bronx, "False Alarm"
  • The Cure, "Just Like Heaven"
  • The Doors, "Break on Through (To the Other Side)"
  • The Flaming Lips, "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1"
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Crosstown Traffic"
  • The Muffs, "Outer Space"
  • The Police, "Don't Stand So Close to Me"
  • The Ravonettes, "Last Dance"
  • The Smiths, "Stop Me if You Think You've Heard This One Before"
  • The Sounds, "Living in America"
  • The Vines, "Get Free"
  • The White Stripes, "The Hardest Button to Button"
  • The Who, "I Can See for Miles"
  • Them Crooked Vultures, "Dead End Friends"
  • Tokio Hotel, "Humanoid"
  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, "I Need to Know"
  • War, "Low Rider"
  • Warren Zevon, "Werewolves of London"
  • Whitesnake, "Here I Go Again"
  • Yes, "Roundabout"

Redesigned Music Library

Rock Band 3 allows players to create and save setlists and share them with friends, both in-game and through RockBand.com. In addition, new song filters make it easier to find the types of songs fans want to play and hide the songs they don't, while a built-in song recommendation system will suggest tracks from Rock Band's colossal music library, based on personal fan preference.

Expand the Band

In addition to guitar, bass, drums and solo vocals, Rock Band 3 adds three-part vocal harmony functionality that was introduced with The Beatles: Rock Band and, for the first time ever, a keyboard peripheral to the band. The combination of all these possibilities means that up to seven players can rock together in Rock Band 3 for the ultimate social gaming experience.

Go Pro: Take Your Passion to the Next Level

Rock Band 3 empowers players to develop actual musical skills through the fun of fully scalable Rock Band Pro gameplay. Fans can dive in on the Easy setting to try out basic skills and work their way up to Expert for real mastery. Pro Drums supports three expansion cymbals, with gameplay differentiation between toms and cymbals. Pro Keys (Keyboard) features pitch-accurate keyboard performance across a two-octave range, displayed on an easy-to-read keyboard track. Pro Guitar features noted guitar and bass performances, available for play with either the new Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar simulated guitar controller from Mad Catz, or the Rock Band 3 Squier by Fender Stratocaster guitar controller that is a real guitar/controller hybrid. The Rock Band 3 Squier Stratocaster is a fully functional, full-sized, six-string electric guitar that also functions as a game controller.

New Gameplay Modes

For the casual player, Rock Band 3 has great new party modes that allow fans to get rocking with friends quicker than ever, including party shuffle and persistent drop-in/drop-out and difficulty selection from any gameplay screen. For the serious player, the revamped Career Mode features 700+ goals and rewards and seamless leaderboard integration for an endlessly deep campaign experience. Rock Band 3 also adds a suite of social networking tools to the game so fans can engage friends and fellow rockers over Facebook, Twitter and more. Whether players want to jump in for a quick song or take their band to the top, Rock Band 3 has a mode for everyone.

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Game
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  • ASIN: B003RS8HG6
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6.6 x 5.3 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 26, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,224 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Game
I've been playing Rock Band 3 for the past couple of days with my friends. Before I continue, I'll outline my set up. We got the new keyboard, but have not yet bought the cymbals for the drums, and not planning on a pro-guitar until the Squier is released next year. So this is not a review about the touted 'Pro-Mode'.

This is a review for the people who have been waiting for the next evolution of their beloved Rock Band franchise.

At this moment, I'm hesitant to recommend this game too highly over Rock Band 2. Peripheral-wise, the keyboards sound like a great idea on paper. There is sufficient Pro-mode Piano instruction to get you started, and it looked like it could be fun, but the majority of songs we've played so far indicate that there are long pauses of nothing to do when on the keyboards for most songs. In addition, if you are playing with the game's 'random set-lists', you will be limited to songs that support it specifically--which amounts to maybe 60~ of our library of 250 songs. A little annoying to say the least. When making a set-list, you can use the keyboard as a guitar or bass, but it only seems relevant and fun in a few rare songs, like the Gorillaz 'Clint Eastwood'. When playing the game normally, we always have a tendency to avoid picking up the keyboard because it will limit our set-list so tremendously, which absolutely sucks.

Moving on to the gameplay and campaign, it is set up in an interesting, yet disjointed fashion now. Character creation is an absolute blast, and seeing my friends and I strutting through the city looks absolutely awesome! But there are no longer personalities to choose from, and so all characters on stage seem rather...the same?
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Things have changed, it's a fact. And I know some people are not going to like it. Back when I first played Guitar Hero 2, all the way up through playing Rock Band 3 most of tonight with my brother, what I have always loved about all of these games is shredding on a tasty solo. Something entirely self-indulgent, and an obscene amount of fun. That being said, that is not what Rock Band 3 aimed for this time. The emphasis has shifted and is now on the entire band. One could argue as Rock Band was the first to come out with the drums / bass / vocal parts to create the band performance, the emphasis has always been on the band. But for me it always seemed like for the most part the vocals, drums and bass parts were all secondary to most of the songs that really have stand-out guitar parts. The selection of songs is indicative of a change in focus, from being the "guitar" game, to being the "band game." No where is this more obvious than in Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody.' I was looking forward to playing the two awesome guitar solos in it, but when playing the song, a lot of it has me either sitting through vocal / drum / keyboard sections, or playing very easy note sequences. The songs are more mellowed-out, more easily accessible to those people looking to play as a group. Some people will not like that, but I don't mind so much.

As far as songs go, I was disappointed to a certain extent. While we do get 'Free Bird,' 'The Beast and the Harlot,' and 'No One Knows,' as the other reviewer pointed out, those songs have been in previous Guitar Hero games. There are so many songs that would be so cool on Rock Band, but some of these are just recycled, and I'm not sure why. But since all of my downloaded songs carried over it really wasn't too big a deal.
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Been playing since RB1, and have had the pleasure of experiencing those crazy gotchas with RB1 and RB2.

(1) New tour mode: Got through the first two locations (accessible by train) last night. I've got to say it's much better now, instead of being forced to play a particular song now they give you some options for each location. Each gig will present to you what you would like to choose to play, what I saw was:

- Random set list (but at the top of the screen you could see the two songs that we're selected, instead of waiting until you're about to play to see the songs)
- Random or Select 90s songs (some were random 90s genre songs, or you could select what songs you want to play from that genre).
- Random or Select Classic Rock songs (^^)

(2) Achievements during game play: So, instead of just playing to collect stars you are also collecting spades. In which at one gig we had to get as many overdrives during the song, or another gig we were going for accuracy. Definitely adds to the gameplay I feel.

(3) People can now jump in or out during the song, no more having to start over! This will be put to the test this weekend, our son (17) is having his halloween party this weekend with a bunch of friends.

(4) Song interface is way better and much easier to use.

As we continue to play more I will update my review. If you are Rockband fan, this is a definite must have as you will not be disappointed!
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Okay these music games have been floating around for a while now. And between all the different versions, game sequels, cheap knockoffs (PowerGig), instruments, and band games, the genre is more than a little confusing to navigate.

So I will attempt to put it as simply and plainly as possible... this is a triple-A title and the best one on the market, bar none.

Really the best part is that there is no "wrong" way to play it. There are single player goals to achieve. It has the best cooperative multiplayer out there. Online play. Modes for the most casual players all the way up to the hardcore elite. It can be enjoyed as a standalone disc or you can grow your music collection up to 2000 downloadable songs online. It will work with your existing music game hardware or you can endulge the cool new hardware versions which have recently released.

The few criticisms I have seen in reviews are mostly unfounded, or are nitpicking from a hardcore elite with no sense of perspective. This game delivers in spades at a time when the competition is resting on their laurels. I have been following the series since its inception and it has not disappointed me yet.
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