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Activision and Beenox have really outdone themselves with the 10-song February Mega Pack DLC for Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, available today on 360, PS3 and Wii. Acknowledging that this is the year's most tender, loving month, the two have eschewed the game's core musical genres, adding selectio...

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February 8, 2011 at 11:00AM
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Last week, the Rock Band Store got a few healthy slices of Americana with tracks from Otis Redding and the Brian Setzer Orchestra. This week's offerings are much more foreign -- there's a three-pack from Finnish rock band HIM, a song from Britain's One Night Only, a track from The Police, and a son...

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I'm sure by now it's pretty much no secret whatsoever that half the team, myself included, spent a good part of the waning days of Patch 3.2 enamored with Dragon Age Origins. Maybe it's the innocent charm of the leading man, Alistair, the deep and involved game world, or the fact that Marilyn Manso...

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This week's Rock Band Wiikly was already partially announced with last week's Rock Band Weekly. Green Day and the Mayhem track pack (not in pack form) will be available tomorrow on the Wii's Rock Band Music Store, along with The Presidents of the USA and a bunch of other artists from the back cata...

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Next week's Rock Band Weekly brings the announced three-pack from Green Day's 21st Century Breakdown album. The tracks are apparently the first offerings from an "exclusive partnership" between Harmonix and Warner Music to bring the band's songs to the platform. Green Day isn't even the angriest b...

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What do you do when your favorite band isn't touring fast enough? You create a virtual tribute band and mimic their show! Nimrodax filmed this Machinima concert of virtual Depeche Mode in Second Life. The show has all the elements of real life. There's the cheesy outfits, the lights, the musical ins...

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