The music genre seeks to rule the world and to do that, it must go on the road like any successful band. Enter Rock Band Unplugged for Sony's portable PSP.

It has already been announced but we only saw nine of the forty total total tracks that will be included in the handheld iteration. Now, EA has revealed the entire track list and it spans five decades of music (wow!) and includes great classics like Boston's "More Than a Feeling," Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer," and Judas Priest's "Painkiller." For newer stuff, check out AFI's "Miss Murder," Lamb of God's "Laid to Rest," and System of a Down's "Chop Suey!" To see the entire list – including all the available DLC songs – visit GameSpot . Rock Band Unplugged will let the player take "direct control of guitar, bass, drums and vocals by pressing the PSP buttons in sync with the now familiar scrolling fret board." Basically, it reminds us a lot of last generation's Amplitude , which was one of the best music-based titles available at the time. Unplugged will also boast several game modes: World Tour, Band Survival, and Warm Up, so there will always be plenty to do. It was inevitable that the Rock Band experience would eventually expand beyond home consoles.

Unplugged is set to release on June 9 in the US and June 19 in the UK and it's guaranteed to be one of the most sought-after portable releases of 2009.  A must-have for your library!

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PS3addict
PS3addict
11 years ago

I was really hoping fore sme new tracks, these tracks are in the other two games already. I will pass. I can wait to get home and play on much bigger screen, and with friends.


Last edited by PS3addict on 5/18/2009 12:51:37 PM

Luan
Luan
11 years ago

I don't like how you have to switch between instrumets, there should've been an option for playing only one instrument…
But I like the setlist!

Jiggy
Jiggy
11 years ago

You can play one instrument but its only in Quickplay mode, not in World Tour or whatever mode its called.

sticklife
sticklife
11 years ago

i hope there is download play. do you sing with the mic? or is it pressing.

Xra897
Xra897
11 years ago

its all pressing but like u gotta switch inbetween ur band mates to keep ur band alive. ull get it when you see it. and theres no singing with the mike, but it's still hella cool. theres only 4 notes with everything and you use your r and l buttons to switch between your bandmates. its prtty cool