GameSpot's Justin Haywald, Chris Watters, and Mike Mahardy talk about the pros and cons from the latest Guitar Hero and Rock Band games, and who they think is currently coming out on top.
A player has beaten a game widely regarded as one of the most difficult in recent years using a Rock Band guitar peripheral instead of a controller.
Rock Band has gone portable, but without the plastic instruments. How does it work? Let us tell you.
The Web giant is testing a new social feature that lets users lay down guitar licks and blast virtual saxophones in an interactive Chrome Web app.
Australians finally get a long-awaited inquiry into local tech prices, EA angers a bunch of iOS users with Rock Band and we look at the BlackBerry of the future.
Electronic Arts now says that players will be able to keep playing the iOS version of Rock Band, and that the in-app message telling them otherwise was an error.
Owners of EA's Rock Band for iOS are finding out that the game will effectively expire at the end of the month.
Company says it will handle the re-release of the game, with three controllers, in time for the holiday-shopping season.
Developer calls Guitar Hero discontinuation "discouraging," touts continuing investment in its own rhythm franchise.
Apple saddles up to Twitter to promote Ping, Walmart.com has free shipping for the holidays with no minimum purchase required, and Viacom puts Rock Band's developer up for sale.