Rock Band 3’s a definite must-buy.
No, we mean that. You must buy it if you want to keep downloading Rock Band DLC.
Speaking with Joystiq, a Harmonix representative explained that Rock Band DLC released after October 26, 2010 – a date that, for those who’ve recently awoken from a coma, has already passed – won’t make sweet, sweet music with RB1 or 2 “due to the new authoring standards, inclusion of new instruments, new lighting / venue cues, etc.”
If it’s any consolation, the colossal mountain of music available before that date is unaffected by the new policy.
Also, Rock Band 3 is apparently kind of decent or whatever – if the words “greatest music game of all time” mean anything to you. They probably don’t. Also, no pig men. That’s a pretty big deal-breaker for us.
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