Microsoft first announced its Project Natal motion-sensing technology last year: it’ll use cameras to let people play Xbox 360 games without needing any controller. Think air guitar (or indeed, air steering wheel). Anyway, on the eve of this week’s E3 show, it’s been renamed as Kinect for its launch, which is slated for this November.
Harmonix, maker of the Rock Band game, has since the beginning of this year allowed indie and unsigned bands into the game via the Rock Band Network. To get involved they need the stems of their recordings, an XBox 360 with XBox Live Gold membership, the Rock Band 2 game and instruments, plus a copy of the music creation software Reaper…
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr turned up onstage at Microsoft’s E3 press conference last night to plug the upcoming music game The Beatles: Rock Band – and more details of the game were also announced.
We’ve just got a customer email from Sony teasing its VidZone service, which goes live for PlayStation 3 this summer.
Harmonix has confirmed that its Beatles-themed music game will be released on 9 September this year, and will be called The Beatles: Rock Band.
Microsoft has announced that it’s currently delivering 3.8 million music downloads a month for console games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero, via its Xbox Live store. The company also […]