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Over 2 years after the release of Rock Band 2, Harmonix finally released Rock Band 3 to the masses on October 26th, 2010. While most of the old gameplay mechanics are still intact, Harmonix has made several large additions to the gameplay experience while also bringing some of the features introduced in The Beatles: Rock Band and Green Day: Rock Band over to the main platform. Throughout this review we will take a look at the minor changes to the old gameplay experience, as well as the new keyboard controller and pro mode additions to guitar and drums. We will also be highlighting some standout tracks from the game's diverse 83 song setlist for each instrument.


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Over 2 years after the release of Rock Band 2, Harmonix finally released Rock Band 3 to the masses on October 26th, 2010. While most of the old gameplay mechanics are still intact, Harmonix has made several large additions to the gameplay experience while also bringing some of the features introduced in The Beatles: Rock Band and Green Day: Rock Band over to the main platform. Throughout this review we will take a look at the minor changes to the old gameplay experience, as well as the new keyboard controller and pro mode additions to guitar and drums. We will also be highlighting some standout tracks from the games diverse 83 song setlist for each instrument.




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Over 2 years after the release of Rock Band 2, Harmonix finally released Rock Band 3 to the masses on October 26th, 2010. While most of the old gameplay mechanics are still intact, Harmonix has made several large additions to the gameplay experience while also bringing some of the features introduced in The Beatles: Rock Band and Green Day: Rock Band over to the main platform. Throughout this review we will take a look at the minor changes to the old gameplay experience, as well as the new keyboard controller and pro mode additions to guitar and drums. We will also be highlighting some standout tracks from the games diverse 83 song setlist for each instrument.


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Over 2 years after the release of Rock Band 2, Harmonix finally released Rock Band 3 to the masses on October 26th, 2010. While most of the old gameplay mechanics are still intact, Harmonix has made several large additions to the gameplay experience while also bringing some of the features introduced in The Beatles: Rock Band and Rock Band: Green Day over to the main platform. Throughout this review we will take a look at the minor changes to the old gameplay experience, as well as the new keyboard controller and pro mode additions to guitar and drums. We will also be highlighting some standout tracks from the games diverse 83 song setlist for each instrument.




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Over 2 years after the release of Rock Band 2, Harmonix finally released Rock Band 3 to the masses on October 26th, 2010. While most of the old gameplay mechanics are still intact, Harmonix has made several large additions to the gameplay experience while also bringing some of the features introduced in The Beatles: Rock Band and Rock Band: Green Day over to the main platform. Throughout this review we will take a look at the minor changes to the old gameplay experience, as well as the new keyboard controller and pro mode additions to guitar and drums. We will also be highlighting some standout tracks from the games diverse 83 song setlist for each instrument.




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As the old saying goes, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". Harmonix took to heart the few popular complaints and acted on them, but most importantly they recognized what worked in Rock Band (RB) and stuck with it to build on the ever-growing platform. With Rock Band 2 (RB2) we've got all new guitar and drum peripherals, 84 new songs, a gameplay engine with minor enhancements, revamped menus, several new gameplay modes, improved online capabilities, and automated lag calibration.
But at the core, it's still Rock Band and it still feels like Rock Band!




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As the old saying goes, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". Harmonix took to heart the few popular complaints and acted on them, but most importantly they recognized what worked in Rock Band (RB) and stuck with it to build on the ever-growing platform. With Rock Band 2 (RB2) we've got all new guitar and drum peripherals, 84 new songs, a gameplay engine with minor enhancements, revamped menus, several new gameplay modes, improved online capabilities, and automated lag calibration.

But at the core, it's still Rock Band and it still feels like Rock Band!

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