- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 9th Sep 2009
- 9th Sep 2009
- Rock Band
- Controller Support
- Wii Remote, Microphone, Guitar, Drums
- Official Site
- Also Available On
Review The Beatles: Rock Band (Wii)
Here comes the fun
We've seen the market quite saturated with numerous Rock Bands and Guitar Heroes, and at this point we’d need something extra special to pique our interest in the genre. The Beatles are happily just the right thing. They’re the perfect band for a music emulation game to take as its focus, their repertoire being one of the most...
About The Game
Meet The Beatles™ , Rock The World!
Experience The Beatles™ music and legacy like never before, utilizing the core Rock Band™ game play. Follow the legendary career of The Beatles™ from Liverpool to Shea Stadium to Abbey Road. Play drums, lead guitar, and bass guitar and sing three-part harmony with up to three microphones. Feel what it’s like to perform The Beatles’ classic songs, on stage and in the studio. In addition, The Beatles™: Rock Band™ will offer a limited number of new hardware offerings modeled after instruments used by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr throughout their career.
Supports TBRB drums, TBRB guitars, TBRB microphones and most music video game controllers and microphones licensed for Wii.
I noticed this page just apppeared. Is Nintendo Life not a fan of The Beatles TM
The release date September 9, 2009 is a worldwide release date.
I picked a copy two days after its release that came with a mic, guitar and drums. I had to switch back and forth with the battery charger, drums, mic and guitar receptor in order to play which device when doing Beatles music, but it has many of my favorites on there.
@2. jhuhn: It should come with an adapter that you can plug the guitar and drum dongles into.
Can anyone tell me how many blocks the DLC songs for Beatles:Eock Band take up?
@adamical there about 200 blocks but you can play them from an sd card you don't have to have them on your wii memory.
Best music game on Wii.
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