Today, Harmonix launches Dance Central: Spotlight, a $10 downloadable follow up to their acclaimed dance series, exclusively for Xbox One, and we can finally reveal the full day one setlist for the game, including which legacy DLC songs you’ll be able to carry forward from the beginning.
For the eighth time in its ten year history, the Penny Arcade Expo filled the halls of the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington, allowing tens of thousands of gaming fans to attend panels, chat with developers, and get hands on time with upcoming games before they are available to the public.
As usual, Harmonix had a big presence at the show, demoing three upcoming games that they will release over the next couple of months, announcing the final batch of songs for Fantasia, and presenting a follow up to the single dumbest panel in PAX history.
I was able to get hands on time with all three of the games Harmonix was showing this weekend, so here are some notes:
Hey guys, time for the last trivia giveaway of this months #BRNights! Up for grabs is Boston 01. Here’s what you’re playing for:
- Boston – More Than A Feeling
- Boston – Peace Of Mind
- Boston – Smokin’
- Boston – Rock And Roll Band
- Boston – Something About You
- Boston – Hitch A Ride
I really thought that we knew the whole setlist. I thought that last leak, taking us to 30 songs was it. It turns out there was more. MORE! Yes, today, Harmonix officially unveiled the full setlist to Fantasia: Music Evolved. In addition to the six leaked previously, two more previously unknown songs were announced. One is by legendary classical composer Johann Sebastian Bach, and the other is by notable video game composer Inon Zur, who you may know for his work on Fallout 3 and New Vegas, as well as the Dragon Age series. He is contributing an original song which tells the story of Scout, our guide through the world of Fantasia: Music Evolved. The track features the violinist Lindsay Sterling.
- Inon Zur ft. Lindsey Sterling – Scout’s Theme
- Johann Sebastian Bach – Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
And officially confirmed are:
- The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1
- Franz Liszt – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
- Imagine Dragons – Radioactive
- The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Fire
- Lady Gaga – Applause
- Missy Elliot – Get Ur Freak On
- New Order – Blue Monday
What do you think of the new songs? Let us know in the comments! And, if you want, you can check out the full setlist here.
It’s that time of the month again! Welcome to another RB community night giveaway. This time, The Black Crowes. Here’s a look at the songs up for grabs:
- The Black Crowes – She Talks To Angels
- The Black Crowes – Sometimes Salvation
- The Black Crowes – Remedy
All you have to win is answer one of these 10 questions. Remember toquote the question when you think you’ve got it, and answer in thecomments below! Read the rest of this entry »