The Beatles RockBand Review

Posted: Sep 14 2009, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:14pm CDT, in Review Ticker


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The Beatles: Rockband has been shipping since last week. Tweaktown already rocked the new Rockband version and published this review.
Quote from the review: "Ever since Activision had its acrimonious split with Harmonix, RockBand and Guitar Hero games have gone head to head almost yearly to win the gamers dollar. To say that Europe has been treated poorly with RockBand is to say the least. In fact in this crazy situation, The Beatles specific game is being released before the actual second game (at least in Asia Pacific regions). However with that said, EA have certainly chosen the right game to release in the region with The Beatles RockBand not only turning out to be the best RockBand game yet, but possibly the best rhythm game around, and not just because it has the Fab Four.

As you would expect, The Beatles RockBand follows the Fab Fours life from their early days in the cave nightclub through to the heady heights of packed to the rafter stadiums. All the way through the story Harmonix has hit the mark perfectly with some of the best animations seen in a rhythm game and they have also captured the essence of each venue and song well. About half way through the game, things moves to the Abbey Road Studios where The Beatles recorded many of their biggest songs and the animation moves to 'dreamscapes' - an interpretation of the song’s lyrics into often crazy worlds and colors. This becomes more and more apparent as you move through the story."
Read the full Beatles Rockband review on Tweaktown.

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