Showing posts with label Video Game. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Video Game. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Pearl Jam Coming to Rocksmith




Owners of the game Rocksmith are getting a chance to score some great downloadable content next week.  Ubisoft has announced that Pearl Jam songs will be available starting February 7th.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Rockband Update?



 


Well, this is far from conclusive, but a Swedish gaming retailer has posted a release date for Rock Band: Pearl Jam.  You might want to pencil that in for September 16th.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Pick Tracks for Pearl Jam's Rock Band Project

 I would say that there is a version of Rock Band: Pearl Jam in our future, but the word "project" makes me hesitant.  Still, Ten Club is offering you a big opportunity for you to gain exposure for your favorite tracks.  






Pearl Jam Rock Band Project Coming Next Year

05.11.09

We need your help! Ten Club, MTV Games and Harmonix’s Rock Band, and Rhapsody are teaming up to let you, Pearl Jam’s biggest fans, help us choose the best versions of Pearl Jam live songs that will be presented for the first-ever fan voted set list for a forthcoming Rock Band project.

Your expertise will help us determine which of these versions is worthy of making the cut. Just click on the songs you like and open up the Rhapsody playlist widget for that particular song. Once you have the widget open, listen to the version you think is the best. The versions that are played the most times will be deemed the best versions and will then be entered into consideration to make the final “set list” vote.

Note: Those of you who aren’t Rhapsody subscribers will have to go to hereto get your free trial subscription so you can use the play list.

You’ve got your work cut out for you.

Monday, July 14, 2008

"Alive" to Appear in Video Game Rock Band 2

Pearl Jam and video game fans can mildly rejoice (yay) at the news that the upcoming release of the game Rock Band 2 (release date TBA) will include the classic Pearl Jam track Alive. The game will include a total of 84 songs from a wide variety of bands including The Who, Beck, Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and many, many others. For a full list of songs and artists, check out more details here. The game will be released on the XBox 360, PS3, PS2 and Wii consoles.