History VideoGame / RockBand

7th May '17 4:13:56 PM mariofan1000
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* UnexpectedCharacter: People weren't really expecting ''Rock Band 4'' to introduce [[WesternAnimation/{{Archer}} Sterling Archer]] as a free DLC character.
2nd May '17 3:55:38 AM Cryoclaste
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Spin-off ''Music/TheBeatles: Rock Band'' was released on September 9, 2009, followed by another one based on Music/GreenDay on June 8, 2010. The latter game can be exported to the main platform. Both games are [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what they say on the cover]], with no real gameplay change from ''Rock Band 2'' aside from the addition of vocal harmonies, bringing the total number of people that can play the game at once to six. It should be noted that ''The Beatles: Rock Band'' is not considered part of the main ''Rock Band'' family, and unlike all the other titles in the series, does not export or play ''Rock Band'' downloadable content, and vice-versa. It does, however, have its own downloadable content. There is also ''[[LegoAdaptationGame Lego]] Rock Band'', which adds new songs (obviously) and also (on the [=PS3=] and 360 versions, at least) the same downloadable content that the main ''Rock Band'' games allow for, assuming they have been rated "Family Friendly" (See also: LighterAndSofter).

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Spin-off ''Music/TheBeatles: Rock Band'' was released on September 9, 2009, followed by another one based on Music/GreenDay on June 8, 2010. The latter game can be exported to the main platform. Both games are [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what they say on the cover]], with no real gameplay change from ''Rock Band 2'' aside from the addition of vocal harmonies, bringing the total number of people that can play the game at once to six. It should be noted that ''The Beatles: Rock Band'' is not considered part of the main ''Rock Band'' family, and unlike all the other titles in the series, does not export or play ''Rock Band'' downloadable content, and vice-versa. It does, however, have its own downloadable content. There is also ''[[LegoAdaptationGame ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego]] Rock Band'', which adds new songs (obviously) and also (on the [=PS3=] and 360 versions, at least) the same downloadable content that the main ''Rock Band'' games allow for, assuming they have been rated "Family Friendly" (See also: LighterAndSofter).



* LegoAdaptationGame: ''Lego Rock Band''.

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* LegoAdaptationGame: VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame: ''Lego Rock Band''.
21st Apr '17 1:31:48 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BrokenStreak: Lightning Bolt's "Dream Genie" on Rock Band 4 is the first on-disc song to be final tier on every instrument that is from the 2000's or later [[note]]Run to the Hills was 80's, Painkiller was 1990, 25 or 6 to 4 was in the 70ís, and Metropolis was 1992[[/note]].
14th Apr '17 4:55:27 PM Gosicrystal
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* LighterAndSofter: The whole point of a Lego spinoff is to let the kids play without exposing them to SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll.
** Though many of the Rock Band characters (plus, [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]) appear in the game in Lego form.
* LostForever:
** Challenge rewards can only be obtained one time per band. While the "impossible [instrument] challenges" clearly show what the costumes look like (before coloring), the "Impossible Marathon, part 2" challenge has a reward of ONE (not a set. ONE) "crazy instrument" for each active player, corresponding to whatever instrument that player cleared Painkiller with. In order to get all 4 crazy instruments on one character, the entire challenge ladder must be gone through four times, each one in a different band. The amount of time one such run takes is comparable to the time it takes to clear [[MarathonBoss Endless Setlist II]]. Remedied in Rock Band 3 - unlock once, use on every character you want for that profile.
** There are a couple of songs that were pulled from the store due to copyright\renewal issues. You can still play and redownload them, but if you haven't bought them, they're gone.

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* LighterAndSofter: The whole point of a Lego spinoff is to let the kids play without exposing them to SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll.
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SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll. Though many of the Rock Band characters (plus, [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]) appear in the game in Lego form.
* LostForever:
** Challenge rewards can only be obtained one time per band. While the "impossible [instrument] challenges" clearly show what the costumes look like (before coloring), the "Impossible Marathon, part 2" challenge has a reward of ONE (not a set. ONE) "crazy instrument" for each active player, corresponding to whatever instrument that player cleared Painkiller with. In order to get all 4 crazy instruments on one character, the entire challenge ladder must be gone through four times, each one in a different band. The amount of time one such run takes is comparable to the time it takes to clear [[MarathonBoss Endless Setlist II]]. Remedied in Rock Band 3 - unlock once, use on every character you want for that profile.
** There are a couple of songs that were pulled from the store due to copyright\renewal issues. You can still play and redownload them, but if you haven't bought them, they're gone.
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* PauseAbuse: In ''[=RB3=]'', when the player pauses and unpauses in the middle of a song, the track scrolls back a few bars to help the player catch up after a pause, which can be abused to split up a really hard track into smaller, manageable sections. While this has never been outright fixed, the game was eventually patched so that players who pause often will have their scores nullified.
** That's not to say it's a detrimental feature. See AntiFrustrationFeatures above.

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* PauseAbuse: In ''[=RB3=]'', when the player pauses and unpauses in the middle of a song, the track scrolls back a few bars to help the player catch up after a pause, which can be abused to split up a really hard track into smaller, manageable sections. While this has never been outright fixed, the game was eventually patched so that players who pause often will have their scores nullified.
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nullified. [[AntiFrustrationFeatures That's not to say it's a detrimental feature. See AntiFrustrationFeatures above.feature.]]



* PermanentlyMissableContent: Challenge rewards can only be obtained one time per band. While the "impossible [instrument] challenges" clearly show what the costumes look like (before coloring), the "Impossible Marathon, part 2" challenge has a reward of ONE (not a set, ONE) "crazy instrument" for each active player, corresponding to whatever instrument that player cleared Painkiller with. In order to get all 4 crazy instruments on one character, the entire challenge ladder must be gone through four times, each one in a different band. The amount of time one such run takes is comparable to the time it takes to clear [[MarathonBoss Endless Setlist II]]. Remedied in Rock Band 3 - unlock once, use on every character you want for that profile.



*** "You know what would solve [arbitrary problem]? Rock!"



** [[CrowningMomentOfFunny It's back in the third game's Modifiers menu.]]

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** [[CrowningMomentOfFunny It's back in the third game's Modifiers menu.]]


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* TemporaryOnlineContent: There are a couple of songs that were pulled from the store due to copyright\renewal issues. You can still play and redownload them, but if you haven't bought them, they're gone.
8th Apr '17 9:45:00 PM nombretomado
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*** And speaking of RockBand 3, failing a song by letting the crowd meter fall to zero is no longer a game-ending disaster - you can keep going even after you fail, but you just won't get any points for your performance. Or you can just turn no-fail on and you'll still be scored.

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*** And speaking of RockBand Rock Band 3, failing a song by letting the crowd meter fall to zero is no longer a game-ending disaster - you can keep going even after you fail, but you just won't get any points for your performance. Or you can just turn no-fail on and you'll still be scored.



** A particularly egregious example is "Jesus Christ Pose's" (a heavy metal-style song featuring bafflingly fast alternate picking and awkward sliding as its main riff and gives competent RockBand players extremely sore arms) difficulty on guitar warranting a 4-star rating and somehow being comparable to "Wanted Dead Or Alive" (a slow acoustic ballad whose sole claim to fame is a few tricky arpeggio sections that any competent RockBand player can ease through) on the same instrument.
** Spinal Tap's "Back From the Dead" is in the Nightmare tier on guitar in Rock band 2, but it's in the Impossible tier in RockBand 1 due to the guitar solo's crazy Ho-Po runs, and its fast strumming near the end of the guitar solo .

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** A particularly egregious example is "Jesus Christ Pose's" (a heavy metal-style song featuring bafflingly fast alternate picking and awkward sliding as its main riff and gives competent RockBand Rock Band players extremely sore arms) difficulty on guitar warranting a 4-star rating and somehow being comparable to "Wanted Dead Or Alive" (a slow acoustic ballad whose sole claim to fame is a few tricky arpeggio sections that any competent RockBand Rock Band player can ease through) on the same instrument.
** Spinal Tap's "Back From the Dead" is in the Nightmare tier on guitar in Rock band 2, but it's in the Impossible tier in RockBand Rock Band 1 due to the guitar solo's crazy Ho-Po runs, and its fast strumming near the end of the guitar solo .



** Another place where holding down on the green fret is more or less necessary is the intro to ''Thunderstruck'' on the [[Music/{{ACDC}} AC/DC]] Track Pack - but if you imported the song to ''RockBand 2'' instead of playing it on the Track Pack disc itself, you'll be [[SarcasmMode pleasantly]] surprised to find that [[{{Nerf}} the note chart has been changed]] from all-tapping to only being able to tap the green notes, forcing you to keep strumming while you hold your thumb over the green fret.

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** Another place where holding down on the green fret is more or less necessary is the intro to ''Thunderstruck'' on the [[Music/{{ACDC}} AC/DC]] Track Pack - but if you imported the song to ''RockBand ''Rock Band 2'' instead of playing it on the Track Pack disc itself, you'll be [[SarcasmMode pleasantly]] surprised to find that [[{{Nerf}} the note chart has been changed]] from all-tapping to only being able to tap the green notes, forcing you to keep strumming while you hold your thumb over the green fret.



* TheEnd: After finishing the story mode of ''The Beatles: RockBand'', there's one more song to play. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Three guesses what it's called.]]

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* TheEnd: After finishing the story mode of ''The Beatles: RockBand'', Rock Band'', there's one more song to play. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Three guesses what it's called.]]



* InkSuitActor: Music/DavidBowie and Music/{{Queen}} appear as playable performers in ''Lego RockBand'', flaunting their trademark mannerisms (Brian May of Queen explicitly demanded that his hairstyle be recreated as accurately as possible for his Lego avatar). Iggy Pop also appears as a host for the tutorial segments... [[WalkingShirtlessScene shirtless]]. There are also Music/{{Blur}} and [[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap Spinal Tap]] Lego avatars, but they mostly copy in-game standard animations.

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* InkSuitActor: Music/DavidBowie and Music/{{Queen}} appear as playable performers in ''Lego RockBand'', Rock Band'', flaunting their trademark mannerisms (Brian May of Queen explicitly demanded that his hairstyle be recreated as accurately as possible for his Lego avatar). Iggy Pop also appears as a host for the tutorial segments... [[WalkingShirtlessScene shirtless]]. There are also Music/{{Blur}} and [[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap Spinal Tap]] Lego avatars, but they mostly copy in-game standard animations.



* MissionPackSequel: Just about every disc release for the series can be considered one, especially in light of all the improvements RockBand 3 adds to the platform. In fact, Harmonix deliberately chose to break their annual release cycle so they could perfect everything for RockBand 3.
** As far as the numbered games go, RockBand 2 can be considered a particularly blatant MissionPackSequel, for including almost all the content from the original game (specifically the custom clothes and stages, and even some of the events are copy-pasted with a small alteration), with a modest interface change to make browsing through song menus easier. The only noticeable changes in actual gameplay are the drummers being able to have 8 velocity-sensitive surfaces instead of 5 surfaces, the drummers can get solos now, and the bassist has a unique effect ("Distortion" which replaces "Echo")

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* MissionPackSequel: Just about every disc release for the series can be considered one, especially in light of all the improvements RockBand Rock Band 3 adds to the platform. In fact, Harmonix deliberately chose to break their annual release cycle so they could perfect everything for RockBand Rock Band 3.
** As far as the numbered games go, RockBand Rock Band 2 can be considered a particularly blatant MissionPackSequel, for including almost all the content from the original game (specifically the custom clothes and stages, and even some of the events are copy-pasted with a small alteration), with a modest interface change to make browsing through song menus easier. The only noticeable changes in actual gameplay are the drummers being able to have 8 velocity-sensitive surfaces instead of 5 surfaces, the drummers can get solos now, and the bassist has a unique effect ("Distortion" which replaces "Echo")



** On the other hand, both the ''RockBand'' and ''RockBand 2'' exports seem to be missing a handful of songs in ''RockBand 3'': Not only are songs like "[[Music/{{Journey}} Any Way You Want It]]", "[[Music/{{Metallica}} Battery]]", "[[Music/RedHotChiliPeppers Give It Away]]" and "[[Music/{{Soundgarden}} Spoonman]]" missing on the action, but some songs that were exportable to ''RockBand 2'' from the original ''RockBand'' ("[[Music/{{Soundgarden}} Black Hole Sun]]" and "[[Music/RedHotChiliPeppers Dani California]]", plus "[[Music/{{Oasis}} Rock and Roll Star]]" and "Hier Kommt Alex", which were on the European disc [and even if you bought them as DLC in the US, they won't show up for you in [=RB3=]]) are nowhere to be found in ''RockBand 3'', presumably due to gratuitously expensive relicensing fees. Harmonix are currenly looking to see if they can bring back some of these tunes as DownloadableContent, and are already promising that the missing songs from bands fronted by Harmonix team members will be free of charge.

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** On the other hand, both the ''RockBand'' ''Rock Band'' and ''RockBand ''Rock Band 2'' exports seem to be missing a handful of songs in ''RockBand ''Rock Band 3'': Not only are songs like "[[Music/{{Journey}} Any Way You Want It]]", "[[Music/{{Metallica}} Battery]]", "[[Music/RedHotChiliPeppers Give It Away]]" and "[[Music/{{Soundgarden}} Spoonman]]" missing on the action, but some songs that were exportable to ''RockBand ''Rock Band 2'' from the original ''RockBand'' ''Rock Band'' ("[[Music/{{Soundgarden}} Black Hole Sun]]" and "[[Music/RedHotChiliPeppers Dani California]]", plus "[[Music/{{Oasis}} Rock and Roll Star]]" and "Hier Kommt Alex", which were on the European disc [and even if you bought them as DLC in the US, they won't show up for you in [=RB3=]]) are nowhere to be found in ''RockBand ''Rock Band 3'', presumably due to gratuitously expensive relicensing fees. Harmonix are currenly looking to see if they can bring back some of these tunes as DownloadableContent, and are already promising that the missing songs from bands fronted by Harmonix team members will be free of charge.



** ''RockBand 3'' makes Harmonix' habit of DLC-peddling even more obvious by including goals related to the downloaded music: There's several goals for playing any selection of downloaded songs (for up to 20 songs), or downloaded songs from specific artists like {{Queen}} or bands with Harmonix employees in them. Thankfully, some of these can be obtained with free DLC, and there's a separate goal for playing every free downloadable song on the platform. Tastefully, the goals do not appear unless you've downloaded the songs that you need to have (but they are still worth fans).

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** ''RockBand ''Rock Band 3'' makes Harmonix' habit of DLC-peddling even more obvious by including goals related to the downloaded music: There's several goals for playing any selection of downloaded songs (for up to 20 songs), or downloaded songs from specific artists like {{Queen}} or bands with Harmonix employees in them. Thankfully, some of these can be obtained with free DLC, and there's a separate goal for playing every free downloadable song on the platform. Tastefully, the goals do not appear unless you've downloaded the songs that you need to have (but they are still worth fans).



** One of the goals in RockBand 3 requires the player to complete songs from 5 different bands that Grohl has been involved in (appropriately enough named [[AscendedMeme Dave Grohl Band]]). HMX must be well aware of how many times he's appeared in the game.

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** One of the goals in RockBand Rock Band 3 requires the player to complete songs from 5 different bands that Grohl has been involved in (appropriately enough named [[AscendedMeme Dave Grohl Band]]). HMX must be well aware of how many times he's appeared in the game.



* UpdatedRerelease: In a manner of speaking. Harmonix, now that their position as a leading developer of music titles has been further cemented, likes to take the old cover songs featured in their old VideoGame/GuitarHero games (the first game, its sequel and ''Rock The 80s'') and reintroduce them into the ''Rock Band'' franchise as masters, with full band gameplay, and the added convenience of having all your music on the same platform. Not to mention for new players who never bothered with those earlier titles. [[FanDumb Some people,]] especially players who play games in both series, [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks don't like seeing all these repeating songs,]] especially in light of the ''RockBand 3'' track list announcement, which features at least eight repeated tracks from previous Harmonix games, and a handful of songs from Neversoft's VideoGame/GuitarHero games, although the latter might not be so much a detriment considering Neversoft's habit for ludicrous overcharting.

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* UpdatedRerelease: In a manner of speaking. Harmonix, now that their position as a leading developer of music titles has been further cemented, likes to take the old cover songs featured in their old VideoGame/GuitarHero games (the first game, its sequel and ''Rock The 80s'') and reintroduce them into the ''Rock Band'' franchise as masters, with full band gameplay, and the added convenience of having all your music on the same platform. Not to mention for new players who never bothered with those earlier titles. [[FanDumb Some people,]] especially players who play games in both series, [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks don't like seeing all these repeating songs,]] especially in light of the ''RockBand ''Rock Band 3'' track list announcement, which features at least eight repeated tracks from previous Harmonix games, and a handful of songs from Neversoft's VideoGame/GuitarHero games, although the latter might not be so much a detriment considering Neversoft's habit for ludicrous overcharting.
6th Apr '17 6:41:08 PM Gsueagle31049
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On March 5, 2015, Harmonix announced that ''Rock Band 4'' would be coming to UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne. Previous generation DLC is compatible with the next generation, and Harmonix is working "aggressively" to make previous generation instruments also compatible. The developers intend to use ''[=RB4=]'' to turn it into a platform for the series, avoiding the stagnation that resulted from regular game releases with regular updates and new content releases.

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On March 5, 2015, Harmonix announced that ''Rock Band 4'' would be coming to UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne. Previous generation DLC is compatible with the next generation, and Harmonix is working worked "aggressively" to make previous generation instruments also compatible. The developers intend to use ''[=RB4=]'' to turn it into a platform for the series, avoiding the stagnation that resulted from regular game releases with regular updates and new content releases.
6th Apr '17 4:11:34 PM Gsueagle31049
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After a failed crowdfunding attempt to get a proper PC port of ''Rock Band 4'', Harmonix releaseed ''Rock Band VR'' exclusively for the UsefulNotes/OculusRift on March 23, 2017. VR is currently a strictly guitar game and introduces new mechanics based on guitar chording; however, the classic 5-button guitar gameplay is still present. VR's soundtrack is a mix of new songs and songs from previous entries in the franchise.


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After a failed crowdfunding attempt to get a proper PC port of ''Rock Band 4'', Harmonix releaseed released ''Rock Band VR'' exclusively for the UsefulNotes/OculusRift on March 23, 2017. VR is currently a strictly guitar game only and introduces new mechanics based on guitar chording; however, the classic 5-button guitar gameplay is still present. VR's soundtrack is a mix of new songs and songs from previous entries in the franchise.

5th Apr '17 8:59:33 AM Asbduhas
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Between all of the games (all of which besides the Beatles can be exported to the latest game) and the $2 a la carte downloads (and slightly discounted packs), there are '''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complete_list_of_downloadable_songs_for_the_Rock_Band_series over 4,000]]''' songs from more than 1,600 artists available to be played in ''Rock Band 3''. Since most songs can be played on at least four to five instruments, there are over 16,000 "levels" in this game, each of which can be played in any of four different difficulties [[note]](each difficulty chart is different except for vocals, meaning there are over 64,000 charts out there currently)[[/note]]. While a few of them are repetitive (drums and bass mostly) and\or have long rests (keyboard and vocals mostly), the vast majority are a lot of fun to play and listen to. While the cost of [=DLC=] makes buying all of them prohibitive in practice, there are certainly a lot of options available when it comes to purchasing songs.

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Between all of the games (all of which besides the Beatles can be exported to the latest game) and the $2 a la carte downloads (and slightly discounted packs), there are '''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complete_list_of_downloadable_songs_for_the_Rock_Band_series over 4,000]]''' songs from more than 1,600 artists available to be played in ''Rock Band 3''. Since most songs can be played on at least four to five instruments, there are over 16,000 "levels" in this game, each of which can be played in any of four different difficulties [[note]](each difficulty chart is different except for vocals, meaning there are over 64,000 52,000 charts out there currently)[[/note]]. While a few of them are repetitive (drums and bass mostly) and\or have long rests (keyboard and vocals mostly), the vast majority are a lot of fun to play and listen to. While the cost of [=DLC=] makes buying all of them prohibitive in practice, there are certainly a lot of options available when it comes to purchasing songs.
30th Mar '17 8:01:32 PM Gsueagle31049
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After a failed crowdfunding attempt to get a proper PC port of ''Rock Band 4'', Harmonix will release ''Rock Band VR'' exclusively for the UsefulNotes/OculusRift on March 23, 2017. VR is (currently) a strictly guitar game and introduces new mechanics based on guitar chording; however, the classic 5-button guitar gameplay is still present. VR's soundtrack will be a mix of new songs and songs from previous entries in the franchise.


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After a failed crowdfunding attempt to get a proper PC port of ''Rock Band 4'', Harmonix will release releaseed ''Rock Band VR'' exclusively for the UsefulNotes/OculusRift on March 23, 2017. VR is (currently) currently a strictly guitar game and introduces new mechanics based on guitar chording; however, the classic 5-button guitar gameplay is still present. VR's soundtrack will be is a mix of new songs and songs from previous entries in the franchise.




Between all of the games (all of which besides the Beatles can be exported to the latest game) and the $2 a la carte downloads (and slightly discounted packs), there are '''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complete_list_of_downloadable_songs_for_the_Rock_Band_series over 4000]]''' songs from more than 1,600 artists available to be played in ''Rock Band 3''. Since most songs can be played on at least four to five instruments, there are over 16000 "levels" in this game, each of which can be played in any of four different difficulties [[note]](each difficulty chart is different except for vocals, meaning there are over 64000 charts out there currently)[[/note]]. While a few of them are repetitive (drums and bass mostly) and\or have long rests (keyboard and vocals mostly), the vast majority are a lot of fun to play and listen to. While the cost of [=DLC=] makes buying all of them prohibitive in practice, there are certainly a lot of options available when it comes to purchasing songs.

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Between all of the games (all of which besides the Beatles can be exported to the latest game) and the $2 a la carte downloads (and slightly discounted packs), there are '''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complete_list_of_downloadable_songs_for_the_Rock_Band_series over 4000]]''' 4,000]]''' songs from more than 1,600 artists available to be played in ''Rock Band 3''. Since most songs can be played on at least four to five instruments, there are over 16000 16,000 "levels" in this game, each of which can be played in any of four different difficulties [[note]](each difficulty chart is different except for vocals, meaning there are over 64000 64,000 charts out there currently)[[/note]]. While a few of them are repetitive (drums and bass mostly) and\or have long rests (keyboard and vocals mostly), the vast majority are a lot of fun to play and listen to. While the cost of [=DLC=] makes buying all of them prohibitive in practice, there are certainly a lot of options available when it comes to purchasing songs.



* HundredPercentCompletion: Aside from getting all achievements/trophies (for 360/[=PS3=]) or all stars in Tour Mode (the closest to an official 100% completion in the game), many players strive to pass, 4-star, 5-star, gold star, or full combo an entire game (meaning all the on-disc songs for that game) on one instrument. Rock Band 2, being the most difficult, seems to get the most of this, with at least one person having Full Comboed the entire game [[DoublePlay playing two instruments at once]]. No one person has yet Full Comboed the game on all instruments[[note]]at least not entirely on a Rock Band 2 disc, though DarthFizz of ScoreHero got Visions Bass in Rock Band 3[[/note]], though at least one person has managed 3 out of 4.

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* HundredPercentCompletion: HundredPercentCompletion:
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Aside from getting all achievements/trophies (for 360/[=PS3=]) or all stars in Tour Mode (the closest to an official 100% completion in the game), many players strive to pass, 4-star, 5-star, gold star, or full combo an entire game (meaning all the on-disc songs for that game) on one instrument. Rock Band 2, being the most difficult, seems to get the most of this, with at least one person having Full Comboed the entire game [[DoublePlay playing two instruments at once]]. No one person has yet Full Comboed the game on all instruments[[note]]at least not entirely on a Rock Band 2 disc, though DarthFizz of ScoreHero got Visions Bass in Rock Band 3[[/note]], though at least one person has managed 3 out of 4.



* AllGuitarsAreStratocasters - Which is really saying something, because the official guitar controllers are Stratocasters. And before ''3'', you always start with a Stratocaster. Though you can buy other models like Telecasters, Jaguars, and those offered by Fender subsidiaries like Squier, Gretsch and Jackson.

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* AllGuitarsAreStratocasters - AllGuitarsAreStratocasters:
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Which is really saying something, because the official guitar controllers are Stratocasters. And before ''3'', you always start with a Stratocaster. Though you can buy other models like Telecasters, Jaguars, and those offered by Fender subsidiaries like Squier, Gretsch and Jackson.
25th Mar '17 1:35:19 PM nombretomado
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** Also seen in the NintendoDS version of ''[=RB3=]''.
*** But not in the [=DS=] version of Lego Rock Band, because the overdrive multiplier goes up to 12.

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** Also seen in the NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS version of ''[=RB3=]''.
*** But not in the [=DS=] version of Lego ''Lego Rock Band, Band'', because the overdrive multiplier goes up to 12.
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