The Beatles: Rock Band - PS3

Release Date:

September 09, 2009

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Also on UK.
7.5

Summary:

The Beatles: Rock Band involves playing songs by following onscreen cues with one of four peripherals: a microphone, lead guitar, bass guitar, and drums. Vocals now offer three playable parts, a first for the series, including one lead and two harmonies. A built-in vocal trainer will help you get accustomed to singing each melody, as you are able to freely switch between all three parts with a press of a button. Three microphones are required to harmonize with your friends. Featured on the disc are 45 tracks, including "Back in the U.S.S.R.," "Here Comes the Sun," "I Feel Fine," "Taxman," "Octopus' Garden," "Get Back," "Day Tripper," "I Saw Her Standing There," "I Am the Walrus," and "I Want to Hold Your Hand." Downloadable content is also supported to expand the initial track list, with 1969's Abbey Road the first album scheduled for online distribution.

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Love it or hate it "The Beatles Rock Band" has made its way to the gaming world. So there seems to be a lot of hype around this game, recently and this is the latest addition to "Rock Bands" latest saga of games.

So there are millions upon millions of Beatles fans out there in the gaming world, but it would be an understatement if I was to say this is a game for Beatles fans. In this review I am going to discuss exactly what you get when you play this game. Who Doesn't Like The Beatles? Unless, you have been living in a cave over the last century you have probably heard of the Beatles.

The Beatles are loved and adored by so many people. Even if you are not a die-hard Beatles fan you will more than likely find this game extremely addicting. With aside from the other Rockband games with this one is simply amazing with its bright and colorful graphics.

However, that is not the only thing is great about this game; it also has a much better story line than previous Rockband games. Even people that don't normally like video games are ranting and raving about this game. This game is jam packed with over 45 great Beatles songs that you can play. You won't find yourself getting board quickly with nearly over 130 minutes of songs to play along with.

For those of you that are new to these games it takes a certain amount of skill to master these games. So what can you do with the Beatles Rock Band? Get this, you can sing along either by yourself or you can even have 2 friends sing along with you, at the same time.

However, it doesn't just stop with singing along. You can even play the drums (which are my favorite) or you could play the guitar (and even the base guitar.) However, some people have complained that this (playing the guitar) isn't nearly as realistic as playing the drums or singing along. However, most enjoy it either way.

Don't just think that since there are 45 songs you will master them all and then get board, easily. This is not the case and you will find a ton of features that are hidden throughout the game.

So as if all this isn't enough this game even comes with an online feature where you can play against people from every spot around the globe.

I would have to say that this game has far exceeded our expectations. Even those big time Beatles fans are loving the game, because it is a simple game to play and has a lot of extra added features.

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