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- A variety of gameplay environments pulled from the Beatles career, including Cavern Club, Abbey Road and Shea Stadium.
- "The Beatles: Rock Band" software for PS3.
- A song list of more than 40 Beatles hits, as well as additional DLC to follow via PlayStation Network.
- The first music game to offer harmonies as part of gameplay, challenging players to recreate The Beatles’ vocal blend.
- Works with all Rock Band and most Guitar Hero controllers and microphones.
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Software Only
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Just when game rival Guitar Hero seemed to be pulling away in the race by featuring games with some of the world's most famous bands (Van Halen, Aerosmith, Metallica etc...), developer Harmonix drops the rock equivalent of an atomic bomb by making a game of what is arguably the most famous band of all. The fact that the game has been released at all is a miracle in and onto itself given the people involved, but the fact that such a beautiful game has come out of it is really remarkable. The Beatles: Rock Band features the same basic gameplay of the Rock Band franchise but with some adjustments to ensure a fluid gaming experience.
The object of this game is to follow the band's legendary career from its humble, catchy-pop-rock begginings in Liverpool to their innovative and creative peak of their final years. You play as The Beatles - no character creation here- and begin playing in The Cavern, the little dingy club where they began playing. From there you play the Ed Sullivan Show, followed by their historic concert in Shea Stadium. From there its on to Japan for their controversial performance in Budokan. All these venues are meticously recreated. The Ed Sullivan show set is particularlly impressive.Read more ›
Also don't forget that Rock Band/Harmonix currently has additional tracks for download from the Sgt Pepper and Abbey Road albums ( with additional albums on the way I.E. the sublime Rubber Soul in December). This game really transcends the whole music/rythm game genre. What can I say, I consider it "Fab"!
Beatles RB was just what I needed to dust off my plastic instruments.
I was looking forward to the game and made the plunge after the wife asked me to buy it. She's the singer of our group and was looking forward to the new harmonizing mechanic.
For fans of RB, and The Beatles in particular, the purchase is well worth it. I had several friends state that they didn't want to "shell out $60 for basically an add-on". I can understand their concern. The only thing keeping me from giving this a 5 Star review is the relatively short set list. 45 songs to start with compared with some of the other music games out right now isn't a lot. Of course, DLC will up that but now you're looking at additional cost. Also, they left out Hey Jude, which is one of my favorite Beatles songs.
But ultimately, this game is much more than a Rock Band add-on. It really is its own game, and a loving tribute to arguably the most influential band of the last century. The artwork, while not leaps and bounds different than RB II, is tweeked and just specific enough to the material to make the whole game feel brand new. The interstitial cut scenes and audio are a great addition. Speaking of the art, just wait until you get to the in studio levels. The psychodelic back groups are, pardon the pun, a real trip. They can be somewhat distracting, and can make seeing the notes on your scrolling fret board difficult at times. But again, they still really add to the overall ambiance of the game.
Ultimately it's the songs that make this game great.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best Rockband game out there without a doubt!
The graphics are cartoon-y but, totally up with the style of the music. Read more
The Beatles: Rock Band is the best rock band game in the Rock Band game franchise and I recommend it to all old school Beatles fans and music gamers today who are interested into... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dan Truong
It's the Beatles, what's not to love? It's too bad that they stopped supporting the game with DLC. If you love singing Beatles songs in karaoke, then pick up this game. Read morePublished 6 months ago by George Vazquez