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Rock Band Price and Release Date

by Paul Strauss
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It looks like the full version of the highly-anticipated interactive music game Rock Band now has a price and release date.

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I was over on Amazon earlier today and came across this product listing:

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Listing a November 20th release date, the $199 “Rock Band Collection” for the Xbox 360 and PS3 looks like it’s a complete set that includes the game and all of the instruments.

If I’m doing my math right, the bundle should save you about $50 bucks, since the unbundled controllers and game add up to about $250. Purchased separately, the wireless guitar and drum kit are each listed at $79.99, the microphone $29.99, and the game $59.99.

While Rock Band isn’t gonna be the cheapest game to get up and running with, it sure looks like a lot of fun.

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  1. technabob says:

    Good news! Looks like the bundle has been dropped to $169.99 for the Xbox 360 & PS3 versions, while the PS2 version will run $159.99.

    The release date for the X360/PS3 bundle is now November 23, 2007, while the PS2 will hit on December 10.

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