Rock Band 4 players can celebrate the 80's with these classic tracks, headed to the Rock Band Music Store! We've got tracks from Depeche Mode, INXS, and Naked Eyes this week. Read on for more info!
Boston, Mass. – October 26, 2015 – Harmonix is excited to announce today that a selection of classic 80s tracks will be coming to the Rock Band™ 4 Music Store this Tuesday, October 27th for Xbox One and PlayStation®4, including music from Depeche Mode, INXS, and Naked Eyes.
Rock Band 4 players can celebrate the 80s with these classic tracks, starting with Depeche Mode’s “People Are People,” the group’s first breakout single in the United States, release in 1984. INXS’s 1985 Billboard Hot 100 hit “What You Need” will also be added to the Rock Band Music Store. Finally, Naked Eyes’ popular 1980s take on the catchy “Always Something There To Remind Me” rounds out this week’s Music Store releases.
Each track can be purchased individually for $1.99.
I only use cards to purchase stuff on Xbox Live so I wouldn't know if using a direct credit card would tax you for each individual song
At least in Canada, yes, you would. The amount varies by province. But, for example, if you bought the Aerosmith pack released Monday, you would be taxed on the total purchase price of $9.99 and not on each $1.99 song.
The tax rate in Prince Edward Island is 14%, so each song individually costs me $2.28. If I bought all six songs that way, I'd pay $13.68. Buying the pack cost me $11.39.
Freestyle solos are cool. But the "Endless Solo Mode" concerns me, that they spent time developing that feature that probably no one will use more than once, instead of basic things like y'know, Practice Mode.
On the post-play survey, I ranked practice mode as the No. 1 priority for the Dec. 8 title update. It's super annoying that you can't isolate a section of a song you might be having trouble with and work on that.