Surprise! There’s going to be a new instrument in “Rock Band 3”. If you check out the demo section on Xbox Live today, you can download the demo for “Green Day: Rock Band”. If you download the demo for “Green Day: Rock Band”, you can get a tiny taste of Rock Band 3. When you quit the “RB:GD” demo, a teaser for Rock Band 3 pops up. “Ebony and Ivory”, playing as the teaser pops up (shown above), highlights what I’m assuming is the game’s biggest new feature – Keyboards. The “Rock Band 3” logo features a new keyboard logo and a new triple mic vocals logo, representing the harmonies feature from “Beatles Rock Band.”
Keyboards seem a logical addition to the repertoire, even though not every rock song is going to use them. Given that, will “Rock Band” fans who haven’t had to shell out the big bucks for a new instrument in a long time be willing to pay for an instrument that they won’t be able to use in every song?
Personally speaking, I think keyboards are a little to0 obvious. I would have preferred something a little more exotic. Maybe it’s too late for “Rock Band 3”, but here are a couple of instruments that I’d like to see… Continue reading
The next single-band Rock Band game, revolving around Green Day, will be in stores on June 8’th. The game will feature 47 of Green Days hits, across their entire career, from “Kerplunk” to “21’st century breakdown”. In addition to the normal game, there will be a special edition that, for 69.99, gives fans free access to Green Day DLC and the ability to port all of the tracks over to Rock Band.