Tag Archives: rush
Sat, Mar 17, 2012 | 19:32 GMT
For those of you who were hoping to do some close quarters M-COM arming in the latest Battlefield 3 expansion, we’ve got bad news. More »
Fri, Dec 09, 2011 | 19:29 GMT
Harmonix has announced that a three-pack of Canadian prog-rockers RUSH will be made available on PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 December 13. Track include: Fly by Night, Caravan, and The Spirit of Radio (Live). Also to be made available are the singles Rebel Love Song from Black Veil Brides and A Warrior’s Call from Volbeat. Each track will run you $1.99, with an additional $0.99 for Pro tracks. More information is available on the Rock Band Blog.
Wed, Oct 26, 2011 | 20:36 BST
Majesco has announced Zumba Fitness Rush exclusively for Kinect, and it will land in stores during February 2012.
Wed, Apr 13, 2011 | 18:08 BST
For the last two weeks, Two Tribes has worked together with Valve and eight other indie developers on the Portal 2 ARG. Today, Two Tribes has announced that “murderous GLaDOS” has invaded both Toki Tori and RUSH.
Sat, Apr 02, 2011 | 16:09 BST
Steam has slashed prices on 13 indie games via a bundle called the Potato Sack.
Wed, Mar 23, 2011 | 10:40 GMT
Tue, Jul 27, 2010 | 17:03 BST
Rush has joined with Activision to include the seven-part suite from band’s 1976 album, 2112, as part of the story-based quest mode in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock.
Tue, Feb 10, 2009 | 21:11 GMT
Harmonix announced today that seven new tracks from Rush will be made available from the Rock Band Music Store for Wii.
Master recordings from the band’s 1981 Moving Pictures album include: Limelight, Red Barchetta, The Camera Eye, Tom Sawyer, YYZ, Witch Hunt and Vital Signs.
They’ll arrive February 10 and run you $2.00 (200 Will Points) each.
Press release after the jump.
Thu, Aug 28, 2008 | 06:12 BST
This week’s Rock Band DLC will be a far cry from the Rush album we thought we were getting. Harmonix has apparently encountered some “technical difficulties,” sending “Moving Pictures’” videogame debut a few weeks into the future.
“Unfortunately, due to unforeseen technical difficulties, we won’t be able to release Rush’s “Moving Pictures” this week,” read Harmonix’s announcement.
“We’ll be working on it as hard as we can, but it looks like it could be a couple of weeks to fix. In the meantime we will be moving around our schedule so we still have DLC coming out each week (including this week, info to follow in another announcement).”
However, there was a speck of good news in the hail of disappointment.
“Look forward to some exciting news this weekend, from PAX and elsewhere.”
Could it be more DLC?! Yeah, probably.