Rock Band 3 Now Available On XBox 360 Games On Demand for $19.99!

edited December 2011 in Announcements

Cambridge, Mass. – December 20th, 2011 – Harmonix Music Systems has announced today that its award-winning music gaming platform Rock Band 3 is now available on Xbox Live Games On Demand for Xbox 360.

Available now for $19.99, Rock Band 3 was showered with critical acclaim when it was first released in 2010, and still remains the best rated music gaming experience on the market today. Rock Band 3 features 83 in-game songs, featuring tracks from Avenged Sevenfold, Paramore, John Lennon, Def Leppard, and more. The Rock Band Music Store continues to be updated with new content weekly, giving Rock Band 3 a massive music library that dwarfs any other rhythm video game to date.

“The best music video game I’ve ever played.” – G4TV, 5 out of 5

Rock Band 3 was the first on the market to bridge gaming with real world musicianship, introducing Pro Guitar and Pro Bass and innovative peripherals to teach players and help hone their skills. Coupled with support for a new keyboard instrument peripheral, three-part vocal harmonies, an in-depth career mode, and more, the Rock Band 3 music experience is unparalleled.

“Rock Band 3 is the greatest rhythm game ever made, and quite possibly the only rhythm game you need to own…” – Joystiq, 5 out of 5

For more information on Rock Band 3, including the full feature set and in-game song list, visit

The Rock Band Music Store allows players to preview and purchase downloadable individual music tracks and packs from the vast selection of offerings available to date without ever leaving the game as they build their own custom Rock Band library. The complete list of tracks can be found at

Rock Band 3 is rated "T" for Teen (lyrics, suggestive themes) by the ESRB. Music downloads are not rated by the ESRB.

For more information on Rock Band 3 and Harmonix Music Systems please visit and

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