Nintendo's Game Boy family of consoles has, in total, sold around 200 million units during its lifespan, which stretched from the release of the original monochrome system in 1989 all the way up.
This game is the best game I have played in a very long time.The gameplay is so fun and well balanced. The graphics are cool, like a mash-up of current and retro, and the soundtrack is perfect and the 2nd volume is even better. The classes are cool and compliment one another each in their own way. Lots of custom stuff for the miners their weapons and their pickaxes. I cannot find a single flaw.
If it ever does it'll be a looooong time. Right now it's a game preview, once it releases I wouldn't be surprised if the price jumps up or even doubles. I'd say definitely buy it right now. I play on xbox so if you ever wanna join or have questions just ask. Rock and Stone.
ROCK BAND 4, the first new game in Harmonix's rock-'n'-roll simulation series in five years, follows in the footsteps of its predecessors by giving players a chance to play in a four-piece band composed of guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. The plastic instruments (sold separately, unless you get the guitar or band-in-a-box bundle) are designed to replicate the experience of playing a real.
Rock Band is compatible with most music game controllers. Game does not include drum, microphone, or guitar controller with rental or purchase. Rock Band writes another chapter in gaming and music history with this follow-up to its mega-popular opening act. Rock Band 2 cranks the volume even higher with new features and five decades of killer.
Music game pioneer Harmonix Music Systems Inc. is taking the highest-rated interactive music gaming platform to the next level with Rock Band 4. Designed exclusively for current-generation gaming consoles Rock Band 4 del.
Rock Band is a 2007 music video game developed by Harmonix and distributed by MTV Games and Electronic Arts.The game is available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and Wii game consoles. Rock Band is based on Harmonix' previous success with the Guitar Hero series of video games in which players used a guitar-shaped controller to simulate playing rock music.