EBGames is suggesting that the prices of peripherals for EA's recently announced Rock Band game will range from $39.99 to $79.99 over the pond in the US.
Specifically, the 'Rock Band Wireless Guitar Controller' will retail at $79.99 (40 quid approx), the standard 'Rock Band Guitar Controller' at $59.99 (30 quid approx), the 'Rock Band Drum Set' $79.99 and the 'Rock Band Microphone' at $39.99 (20 quid approx).
The game itself, which is heading to PS3 and Xbox 360, is listed with a $59.99 price tag.
Assuming these prices are accurate, starting your own rock band is going to prove a little expensive.
However, Xbox 360 owners who have bought Guitar Hero II will save some money, as the controller for the 360 title has been confirmed as being compatible with Rock Band on Microsoft's console.
Post by HundredProofSam on Jul 5, 2007 18:20:54 GMT 6
IGN's exclusive hands-on....i'm toolazy to read all 3 pages but here's the last paragraph
And "deep" really is the best way to describe Rock Band. Its scope and gameplay options are incredibly impressive, and yet it remains highly accessible and undeniably fun. But what I want to know is, if we like it this much now, how much better is it going to be by the time it ships this Holiday? The potential answer is frightening.