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It’s been quite the year for rhythm games! The once-dormant genre is making a comeback in a big way, with new entries in the Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Project Diva, and even Persona series. Drawing on their past experience with the DJMAX series, the developers at Nurijoy are capping off the 2015 resurgence of rhythm games with Superbeat Xonic. But did they end the year on a high note? Continue reading Superbeat Xonic Review
While checking out indie games at Atlanta, Georgia’s Momocon, one game was absolutely hard to miss. That game was Berzerk Studios’ Just Shapes & Beats. After playing an early build of the game, I can already tell Just Shapes & Beats can crescendo into something special when it launches this winter. Continue reading Just Shapes & Beats Preview
The next batch of songs that will appear in Guitar Hero Live, the newest main Guitar Hero game in five years, has arrived courtesy of Rolling Stone Magazine. The new list is a mixture of old and new bands, including Green Day, System of a Down, Pantera, and Skrillex. The tracks are: Continue reading New Guitar Hero Reveals A New Batch Of Songs
Rock Band 4 was announced, Battletoads will be in Shovel Knight, Notch and Gabe Newell get super rich, and much more! Check out today’s News From Nowhere! Continue reading Rock Band 4, Battletoads, and Notch! — News From Nowhere (March 5, 2015)
ddIt’s official, Rock Band is back and the fourth installment is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this year! Continue reading Rock Band 4 Coming in 2015
Following our recent story that Rock Band could be making a return, it appears that Guitar Hero might not be too far behind. Continue reading New Guitar Hero In Development?
Remember the days when seemingly everyone had a bunch of bulky, plastic musical instruments in their house? It looks like developer Harmonix may be trying to bring the rhythm genre back into vogue. Continue reading New Rock Band Game in Development?
In a flurry of unforeseen activity, Harmonix followed up the announcement of its first Rock Band DLC in nearly two years by posting a consumer survey regarding a new entry in the Rock Band series.
Continue reading Harmonix Wants Your Opinion in Rock Band Survey
Almost two years after the cancellation of Harmonix’s DLC store, the musical game studio has announced three news songs as DLC for its Rock Band series. Continue reading New Rock Band DLC Released