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Bon Jovi DLC storms Rock Band 3

Deftones, New Order also up for grabs.

Less is always more, right? Well, when it comes to Bon Jovi, apparently not. A whopping 12 tracks from the New Jersey stadium rockers are heading to Rock Band 3.

The Bon Jovi Greatest Hits pack will be available on 9th November and includes:

  • Bad Medicine
  • Blaze of Glory
  • Have a Nice Day
  • I’ll Be There For You
  • It’s My Life
  • Lay Your Hands On Me
  • Livin’ on a Prayer
  • Runaway
  • Wanted Dead or Alive
  • We Weren’t Born to Follow
  • Who Says You Can’t Go Home
  • You Give Love a Bad Name

Of those 12, Livin’ on a Prayer, Wanted Dead or Alive and You Give Love a Bad Name have been updated for Rock Band 3 gameplay to include Pro Keys, Keys, Pro Drums and harmonies.

Runaway adds Pro Guitar and Bass modes as well, though you'll have to shell out an additional £0.59 / €0.75 / 80 MS Points / 100 Wii Points for the privilege.

If Bon Jovi doesn't float your boat, fear not. Three more tracks join the poodle-rockin' motherload:

  • Deftones – My Own Summer (Shove It)
  • New Order – Blue Monday
  • Talking Heads – Burning Down the House

All three tracks are available with Pro Guitar and Bass tracks, again for an additional £0.59 / €0.75 / 80 MS Points / 100 Wii Points.

The Bon Jovi pack will set you back £9.99 / €14.99 / 1,600 MS Points / 2,000 Wii Points. Individual tracks can be picked up for £0.99 / €1.49 / 160 MS Points / 200 Wii Points.

Rock Band 3 launched on DS, PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360 last month. Eurogamer's Johnny Minkley judged it to be really, really good.

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