The day the music died.
Some of the DLC is nearly six years old.
The world has moved on.
Viacom told to hand over withheld bonus payments.
People get ready.
VH1 claims Legend compilation on the way.
New single plus Axis: Bold As Love.
Harmonix "in discussions" about his music.
Seeking refund on $150m paid to Harmonix.
Says company offering to do it for cash.
Update due on Thursday.
Plus: create-and-share Network in 2010.
Impressed by The Beatles' efforts.
Complete with licenced music.
Hopes players get "electrocuted".
30 quid, compatible with old instruments.
New modes, features, functionality.
Definitely one to zero in on.
Comedy duo enigmatically confirm.
Lots of special offers, too.
Bit more complicated than a sing-song.
Plus Buzz! Home space and loads of DLC.
Harmonix initiative launches this year.
Can I Play With Madness? Not on hard.
inFamous! Marvel vs. Capcom! Red Gorillas!
Freebies the pick of the bunch.
Healthy pile of content to sift through.
Plus: Red Faction, UFC demos.
As Harmonix designer spills beans.
EA "working on" Euro RB2 instruments.
UK instrument pricing slashed, too.
US in a fortnight, Europe "at a later date".
Activision's effort more popular in US.
But he can't play his own song properly.
Next game "maybe" to have keyboard.
We put on our coat and Santa hat.
But gap narrows as music games decline.
1991 classic Ten coming in March.
"Don't Speak", "Hey Baby", "Just a Girl".
All going cheap, including one freebie.
But only on PS3 for the moment.
Donate to National Videogame Archive.
Plus Lamb of God, Yngwie Malmsteen.
Newcomers struggle. Full top 40 inside.
Instrument bundles out tomorrow.
For exceeding performance targets.
Out this month in the US.
"The Colour and the Shape" next week.
Plus GHWT tracks and PSone games.
Harmonix has different focus, apparently.
And those Presidents of the USA songs.
Platforms TBC, out next Christmas.
Press conference this afternoon.
360-exclusive disc in Nov, kit in Dec.
External PR says so, then changes mind.
Also: Blink-182, Silversun Pickups, more.
Arriving early November. Peachy.
Available to US owners next month.
Not necessarily December, despite report.
Most of Nevermind on offer.
Play games, look at Gemma Atkinson.
Dr Feelgood out this week.
Or t-shirts or posters or stickers.
Wipes saved tour groups.
To cost a whopping 30 quid.
Plus: RB1 games disc-bound "indefinitely".
So says man who sells Guitar Hero.
Wants groups with visual themes to star.
Sabbath, Maiden, Metallica tracks off limits.
Foo Fighters, Chili Peppers, No Doubt, etc.
Reveals plans for new drum controls.
It's going to cost you.
Guitar Hero and Rock Band learn to share.
As do Konami drums, SingStar microphone.
Daltrey won't get fooled again.
New cymbal options promised.
Claims Rock Band violates patents.
Naughty video spills beans.
Motörhead! The Who! The Muffs!
GNR! Eagles! The Halen! But not Led Zep.
Harmonix needs time to do it "properly".
"Give It Away", "Ace of Spades" in.
There's been a "misunderstanding".
DLC will carry over, new instruments.