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One of the most interesting rhythm games to hit the market in the recent memory is Thumper from two-man studio Drool.
Rock Band 4 owners will have to pay extra if they want to play the game online.
If you’re a fan of plastic instruments, the last week’s headlines haven’t made pleasant reading.
Developer Harmonix has ditched the PC version of Rock Band 4.
The world of Rock Band has been hit with more bad news.
The news just gets worse for Mad Catz.
After bringing its Rock Band franchise back this year, Harmonix is now set to launch the IP on Oculus Rift.
Led Zeppelin waited 27, Pink Floyd held on for 24 and Blur took 16: in comparison to rock and roll reunions, the five-year gap since the last Rock Band game ...
The legacy instruments adapter for the Xbox One release of Rock Band 4 has been made available for individual purchase, Harmonix has announced.
Rock Band creators Harmonix have revealed a brand new game made specifically for the rejuvenated Apple TV.
Apple has officially unveiled its newest iteration of the Apple TV, which will bring gaming into the fold for the digital media player.
Fig has announced a new partnership with Harmonix, with the developer planning to bring an unannounced title to the crowdfunding platform later this year.
The Xbox One release of Rock Band 4 will cost $20 more than the PS4 release, due to Microsoft's console requiring an adapter to support older peripherals.
Rock Band will finally crack Europe this year, publisher Mad Catz has told MCV @ Gamescom.
Harmonix has confirmed that Amplitude won’t now arrive until the end of the year, and even then only for some backers.
Rock Band's encore will return to rocking this October.
Mad Catz has dismissed fears that there won’t be enough shelf space for Rock Band 4.
Mad Catz isn't just working on peripherals for Harmonix's rhythm game revival Rock Band 4, with the peripheral maker announcing it has joined the studio as the game's co-publisher.
Upcoming music title Rock Band 4 won’t just work with old Rock Band hardware – it’ll also work with any Guitar Hero gamers may have.
There was a time when everyone was playing Rock Band and Guitar Hero. And then they stopped. All of them. At the same time.
The creator of Rock Band has vowed not to saturate the market with games when the franchise returns this year.
Now that consumer virtual reality headsets are finally on the horizon, are they really going to change the world as firms like Oculus would have us believe?
A new Rock Band effort is reportedly in the works for Sony and Microsoft's latest consoles.