It's official — Harmonix is tuning up its plastic peripherals for a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One debut of Rock Band 4.
The plastic musical instrument maestros at Harmonix have responded to increasing reports that a new Rock Band title is in development for current-gen consoles.
The music-savvy maestros at Harmonix have been playing around with the idea of developing a new Rock Band title, but it's looking for what its fans want in order to make it happen.
The team over at Harmonix has decided that 21 months is a long enough hiatus from Rock Band, and will deliver new DLC this week.
The house of plastic game guitars has decided to throw a lot of its DLC on sale to help close out 2014 and start 2015 on a good note -- a musical one that is (we know, that one was really bad).
Harmonix has finally decided to pull the plug on the online features for its longtime party favorite, Rock Band.
Could we see the return of one of our favorite music peripheral sets ever made? A recent survey by Harmonix suggests Rock Band could be gearing up for a next-gen encore.
Harmonix's co-founder reminisces on what could have triggered both Guitar Hero and Rock Band's falls from grace while vaguely teasing that either could come back.
The studio that helped bring music-based games to the forefront has commented on its intentions to one day bring both Rock Band and Dance Central back.
If you start seeing some songs disappearing from the Rock Band store, what you are seeing is our intellectual property system at work. The licenses for some older Rock Band songs are starting to expire.