About the Product
- Hear never released conversations among the band during Abbey Road recording sessions.
- Along with The Beatles: Rock Band game, this Special Value version includes the Rock Band standard instrument controllers: guitar, drum kit, microphone, and guitar strap.
- Advanced Harmonix game technology brings The Beatles experience to life, including three-part vocal harmonies with support for up to three microphones.
- Experience historic Beatles performance venues from the Cavern Club to the roof at Savile Row.
- Developed and co-created with The Beatles, providing a true-to-life gaming experience.
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Top Customer Reviews
The game itself is great (I rated it 5 stars). The Special Value Edition only gets 2 stars for trying to pawn off inferior equipment.
The game is way fun and the songs can be extra challenging even on the easier settings but especially on the more advanced. Graphics are as cool as ever. I'm an older guy and found that I don't relate to(can you say never heard of?) a majority of Rock Band II songs, but virtually ALL of the songs on the Beatles game are familiar and fun to play.
Here's the only problem: I think they stuck the original Stratocaster guitars, the one with the irritating clicking fret buttons, in these Special Value Editions. I don't know how to confirm this, but I know the guitar that came with my family member's game looks and plays differently. Did they have some of the old, problematic guitars lying around? Are they getting even with me for not choosing the big, more expensive Beatles box?
So Special Value Edition purchasers beware. You may be better off getting component pieces separately, or just springing for the Rock Band II package and separate Beatles software. Meanwhile, I'll be going back to the reviews to see if I can find a better guitar.
UPDATE: I found a newer version of the Stratocaster and enjoy playing it much more. One comment on this review noted that the Beatles package included Rock Band 1 controllers...wired drumset with breakable kick pedal (and of course the clicky Stratocaster). So far I've had no problems with the drumset, in spite of the cable. I'm keeping fingers crossed with the kick pedal.
Of course, the sound is outstanding. My children are young and have no clue about the Beatles and they LOVE the music, so I'm pretty happy about that! All in all, I highly recommend this game to anyone who loves music and video gaming. It is great fun!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Took a while to come in but I am happy with the set. Everything was brand new works great, having tons of fun.Published on April 23, 2013 by ps4fan
never seen my wife so happy. kids love it . got here in one peice to. was easy to put togather.Published on February 25, 2013 by tiffany
It was 20 years ago today (actually about 3...) that I purchased this and even though I've spent countless hours with it, I enjoy it as much today as I did when I bought it.Published on November 22, 2011 by elliott3
The product is excellent, has the best price and equipment to begin to be fans of rock band the beatles the software is great so I recommend that you purchase may be that the... Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by Juanga
The Beatles: Rock Band is basically the perfect game for anyone who loves Rock Band/ Guitar Hero or Thr Beatles. Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by Nep Eman
If you love the Beatles you will love this game. It comes with 3 different instruments (mic counts as one) so if you don't like one you can play the other, and if you have friends... Read morePublished on May 24, 2010 by M. DeVroede
The Beatles Rock Band was affordably priced, packaged well and arrived promptly. We are very pleased with the sellers of this product.Published on January 30, 2010 by Deanna M. Lindenbaum
What a great price for this Rock Band. My son loves it and the whole family plays it.Published on January 17, 2010 by Anita Hudson
Great product. delivered earlier than expected and was able to enjoy it with family and friends over the holiday season. Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by Alaine C. Deleon