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Rock Band 3

9.5 reviews

Rock Band 3 is set to have an incredible 83-song setlist, including support for more than 1,500 existing Rock Band tracks (Rock Band and Rock Band 2 discs, DLC, track packs, AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack, LEGO Rock Band, and Green Day: Rock Band).

Genre: Rhythm / Music
Platforms: PS3  Also on: Xbox 360 

Developer Harmonix Music Publisher MTV Games Release Date Oct 26, 2010

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joystiq.com review
Video games -- not just rhythm games, but all video games -- rarely show this much ambition. Even more rare are occasions where developers manage to fulfill the impossibly lofty goals they set before themselves. Rock Band 3 manages both with ease, backing up brilliant ideas with flawless execution. It raises the bar so exceptionally high that, once again, it's just about impossible to see where the rhythm genre is going to go from here.
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thesixthaxis.com review
Rock Band 3 is what we’ve been wanting since the release of the first Guitar Hero; it’s what we’ve needed. The perfect music game is here, right now. It is so much more than a big track pack – there are so many improvements that there’s no knowing where Rock Band will go next.
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gamernode.com review
Rock Band 3 is a complete package and quite possibly the definitive music game. Once again, Harmonix defines and sets the bar for what the music genre can achieve. It will be hard pressed for anyone, Harmonix included, to top this game. But until then, it's an incredibly fun, rocking good time.
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gaming-age.com review
So that it for what it's worth, this is not just another 60 DLC disc like other game offers, this has tons of new additions even if you don't plan on buying more plastic instruments in the meantime. Rock Band 3 continues to delight my gaming senses and eardrums, and I look forward in watching my wallet deplete of funds with new DLC songs and instrument options on down the line.
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dpadmagazine.com review
Even taking Pro mode out of the equation, Rock Band 3 is still an incredible package of almost limitless depth. From playing online one night to jamming with a room full of friends another, from mastering that tricky guitar solo to taking your first Pro keyboard lessons, from naming your band ‘Aids LOL’ to realising that wasn’t the wisest idea; there is so much to do here that I could conceivably still write that fabled Rock Band 3 diary and end up doing something new and different with the game every single day.
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