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EA announces 2 Microphone Beatles pack

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    <strong>PRESS RELEASE: **ROCK BAND MEDIA ALERT** MTV GAMES, HARMONIX AND EA ANNOUNCE</strong>

    Unique Bundle Allows Fab Four Fans to Sing Along to 45 of The Beatles' Greatest Hits
    Guildford, UK. – 22nd Sept., 2009 – Harmonix, MTV Games, and distribution partner Electronic Arts Inc., today announced the The Beatles: Rock Band – Two Microphone Pack for PS3™, combining The Beatles: Rock Band, the most critically-acclaimed music game of the year, with two SingStar microphones from Sony’s leading interactive singing experience franchise. With an extraordinary catalogue of 45 tracks available, The Beatles: Rock Band – Two Microphone Pack for PS3™ will allow players to enjoy multi-part harmonies in a way never before experienced within a music game through an unprecedented, experiential progression of the music and artistry of The Beatles.

    The Beatles: Rock Band – Two Microphone Pack for PS3™ is available now in the UK for a suggested retail price of £49.99.

    Additional music from The Beatles’ epic catalogue will be made available for purchase and download through The Beatles: Rock Band Music Store. Abbey Road will be released on October 20, 2009, followed by the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in November and Rubber Soul in December.

    The Beatles: Rock Band celebrates the music and artistry of the Fab Four allowing fans to sing along to 45 songs on-disc or pick up guitar, bass, or drums and experience the cross-section of hits and favorites by The Beatles through game play that takes players on a journey through the legacy and evolution of the band's legendary career. The Beatles: Rock Band is available for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and Wii™ console from Nintendo and is compatible with all Rock Band™ instrument controllers, as well as most Guitar Hero® and other authorized third party music video game peripherals and microphones.
     

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      Crap guitars, severely overpriced, and a narrow target demographic, has this game been considered a flop yet?
       
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      Considering it sold over 700,000 in the first week and looks to pass 1 million this week...I would say no it certainly didn't flop and the target demographic is evidently much bigger than you think. I haven't picked it up yet but will get it as soon as I can. There are enough different bundles at different price ranges to accommodate anyone in fact they have added so much backwards and cross game compatibility that its arguably the most accessible Rock Band game so far.
       

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