As if you couldn't see this coming. With the sheer number of Rock Band fans out there, coupled with the ever-rising popularity of the PSP, a bundle package just had to accompany the launch of Rock Band Unplugged .
As reported by Electronic Theatre , not only do we now have the full track list for the game (see it here ), but the Entertainment Pack has been detailed. The game will boast 41 songs in total and to celebrate the launch, MTV Games and Harmonix have revealed the aforementioned Pack, which includes a "Piano Black" PSP-3000, a 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, and for the US only, a voucher to download "School of Rock" from the PSN for free. It seems like every time a major PSP release hits store shelves, an attractive Entertainment Pack releases right alongside it to tempt consumers who haven't yet made the leap. Some may say there aren't enough new songs in Unplugged (only 9 are unique to this handheld version), but the mere fact that Rock Band can now be played on the go should be incentive enough. Besides, what's the point of buying a standalone PSP when you've got all these great bundle packages out there?
As a reminder, Rock Band Unplugged is slated to launch in the US on June 9 and in the UK on June 19. It's the perfect summer release for the handheld, and it stands to reason that more iterations will be prepared for the future. The music genre is unstoppable!
Related Game(s): Rock Band Unplugged