Today we learned of new pre-order incentives for Fantasia, due out mid October. At the same time, Harmonix also released the final box art, which has revealed 5 new artists previously unknown to the franchise.
- The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1
- Franz Liszt – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
- The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Fire
- Lady Gaga – Applause
- Missy Elliot – Get Ur Freak On
- New Order – Blue Monday
While we have no confirmation from Harmonix, the box art listing pretty much seals the deal. We don’t, however, know the songs included just yet, but we’ll be sure to update when they’re announced.
Excited? What song’s do you guys want to see?
UPDATE: @JenKronfeld pointed out to us that the songs are listed on Best Buy’s website. The artist list has been updated to show the songs!
Looks like there will be at least SOME DLC for Fantasia: Music Evolved! Today, it was revealed that you’ll get three songs if you pre-order Fantasia. One song that’s sure to make people excited is Let It Go, from Disney’s Frozen. Hooray for corporate synergy! In addition to that, you’ll also be able to get another Aviici song, and a OneRepublic song that’s also showing up in Dance Central: Spotlight. Check out the list of songs below:
- Avicii – Lay Me Down
- Demi Lovato – Let It Go
- OneRepublic – Counting Stars
Oh, and don’t worry if you plan on getting a digital version. There’s something for you guys, too!
@mcmax3000 There will be a digital offer, as well. How do you feel about it now?
Has this news pushed you over to pre-ordering the game, or were you going to do that anyway? Let us know in the comments! Also, the link to the pre-order page is below. Check it out!
A couple weeks ago, we discovered the rest of Dance Central: Spotlight’s 10 song soundtrack, as well as the first 5 songs coming as DLC. Today, we learned of even more DLC coming to the game when it launches on September 2nd! 20 songs to be exact, meaning there’s STILL 25 songs coming as launch DLC!
Check out the newly announced DLC below:
- a-ha – Take on Me
- Bastille – Pompeii
- Calvin Harris – Summer
- Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding – I Need Your Love
- Demi Lovato – Heart Attack
- DJ Snake & Lil’ Jon – Turn Down for What
- Enrique Iglesias ft. Sean Paul, Descemer Bueno & Gente De Zona – Bailando
- Erasure – A Little Respect
- Ini Kamoze – Here Comes the Hotstepper
- John Legend – All of Me (Tiësto’s Birthday Treatment Remix [Radio Edit])
- Lady Gaga – Applause
- Maroon 5 – Maps
- Maroon 5 – One More Night
- Ne-Yo – Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)
- Nico & Vinz – Am I Wrong
- Of Monsters and Men – Little Talks
- Paramore – Ain’t It Fun
- Selena Gomez – Come & Get It
- TLC – Creep
- will.i.am ft. Britney Spears – Scream & Shout
All of these songs will be available for $1.99, meaning that Dance Central: Spotlight’s DLC is a dollar cheaper than previous Dance Central DLC! The post didn’t seem to mention anything about artists with two songs being bundled in to packs, however. It looks like all the songs are only available as standalone tracks for the time being.
Has this next wave of songs increased your excitement for DC:S? Let us know in the comments!
Part of this week’s Deals With Gold, a few Rock Band 3 packs are on sale, as well as the Games on Demand version of Rock Band 3. The following packs will be on sale until August 11th:
- Rock Band 3 – Normally $19.99, now $9.99
- American Idiot (album) – Normally $17.99, now $8.99
- Bon Jovi Greatest Hits: Rock Band Edition – Normally $19.99, now $9.99
- The Doors Greatest Hits: Rock Band Edition – Normally $19.99, now $9.99
Will you be picking anything up? Let us know below!
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new song revealed for Fantasia: Music Evolved, but it looks like we might know what’s coming next! A week or so ago, @GrumbleVolcano6 noticed that someone had listed Imagine Dragons’ mega hit Radioactive to the game’s Wikipedia page.
Very suspicious, the Fantasia Music Evolved wiki page has Radioactive in the setlist yet that's the only song in the list which isn't true.
Now, information being added to a Wikipedia page without any sort of announcement is nothing new, but that addition became very interesting coupled with the latest Spotify playlist that was released. Fellow RBA author @CraigAMunn noticed something interesting.
Seeing as this is an official resource, it’s very interesting to see an unannounced song show up. Could this lead to this song being revealed at PAX Prime in a few weeks? Let us know what you think in the comments!
UPDATE: Well, looks like it’s official!
@CraigAMunn it was performed at Video Games Live during E3.
In news that will disappoint some people more than finding out your Stonehenge model specs were in inches, rather than feet, the next wave of DLC relicensing info has been released.
Like the drummers of Spinal Tap’s past, a sad fate has hit all the Spinal Tap DLC, as well as two classic Fleetwood Mac tracks.
DLC leaving the store on August 26th, 2014:
- Fleetwood Mac – Don’t Stop
- Fleetwood Mac – World Turning
- Spinal Tap – America
- Spinal Tap – Back from the Dead
- Spinal Tap – Big Bottom
- Spinal Tap – Cups and Cakes
- Spinal Tap – (Funky) Sex Farm
- Spinal Tap – Gimme Some Money
- Spinal Tap – Heavy Duty
- Spinal Tap – Hell Hole
- Spinal Tap – (Listen to The) Flower People (Reggae Stylee)
- Spinal Tap – Rock n’ Roll Creation
- Spinal Tap – Rock n’ Roll Nightmare
- Spinal Tap – Saucy Jack
- Spinal Tap – Stonehenge
- Spinal Tap – Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight
- Spinal Tap – Warmer Than Hell
Packs leaving the store on August 26th, 2014:
- Spinal Tap Pack 01
- Spinal Tap’s Tap Ten
Do you plan to pick up these tracks, or are you going to let them go away? Let us know in the comments!