Don't Stop Believin'.
Assets now being liquidated.
Kenny Loggins just called…
Adds "playable rock documentary" campaign.
Foldable Fender Jaguar Guitar Controller also inbound.
Must sell $8.3m of remaining stock before September.
September expansion, online multiplayer and practice mode all coming.
UPDATE: Harmonix responds to concerns, calls failed campaign "educational".
New peripherals due this autumn.
Upload and sell your own music via Steam Workshop.
Another bad day for string theory.
UPDATE: 37% of staff laid off as Rock Band 4 sales disappoint.
Songs from older games coming in January.
Nobody rocks like Vault 111.
"We acknowledge that things haven't been perfect."
And the beat goes on.
Three weeks after launch, loads of tracks are still unavailable.
Developer asks staff to identify their affiliation or remove review.
Point number one: it costs $14.99.
Don't fret - sales will pick up.
Legacy adaptor pack in high demand, more stock coming.
But it's a bit fiddly.
No word yet on how to remove them.
Xbox 360 peripherals require £20 wireless adapter.
UPDATE: Another 17 songs added.
£25 more for the guitar-plus-game pack.
$250 for an instrument bundle, $130 with guitar.
"There are a few reasons…"
Harmonix handling downloadable sales and content.
Harmonix's long-awaited reunion show.