Music game fans had to wait five years – now it has finally come. With “Rock Band 4”, cult producer Harmonix again turns on the boxes control until it stops. Who knows one of the earlier versions of the beliebtenund successful rhythm game, will have no problems, just pop in “rock band 4′ off the cuff – the basic principle, little has changed. Itself musically innocent players must not hesitate to lend a hand, because, like its predecessors, “Rock Band 4” requires no real knowledge of the instrument. The game is for the PlayStation 4 and for the Xbox one.
Now, the developers make the transition to the new generation of game consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox one. And although peripheral manufacturer new instruments with improved functions exclusively offers Mad Catz in collaboration with Harmonix game, fairness also the older hardware to the operation can be used – including the drum kit, the guitar, the bass and the microphone from “Rock Band 3”. Players can bring the fans choice solo to the lawn, traditionally the band experience from singer, guitarist, bassist and drummer in the heart.
Basically this is how it works: light up on the screen colored notes trying to meet the players in real time on the keys of their respective instruments. It is new that guitarists may lay a freestyle guitar solo and can go up even more points. The soundtrack from “Rock Band 4” includes more than 60 titles of acts such as Aerosmith, foo fighters, the cure, Judas Priest, Fleetwood Mac, and for the first time Van Halen. And the best is: already purchased songs from the antecedents can be problem – and above all free to “Rock Band 4”. Such comebacks love fans!
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