The Tap Tap Revenge series has long been a mainstay on the App Store, with a new release seemingly popping up every few months like clockwork. There’s been little innovation between releases of the rhythm titles, as you'll still tap and swipe along to licensed songs, but Tap Tap Revenge Tour is perhaps the most confusing release yet. While the initial download itself may be free, the game awkwardly utilizes both in-game ads and in-app purchases to build out the game’s song library.
Word spread like wildfire on Wednesday that Electronic Arts was killing off its iOS-based ROCK BAND game, with users receiving a cryptic message with a May 31 target date. There’s just one problem: It was a mistake.
If there’s one immutable truth, it’s this: rock stars are among the coolest, most talented people out there and we all want to be one. Thus, it stands as no surprise that an iPad version of Rock Band has just become available in the iTunes Store.
Apple seeds beta software with Google Street View for the iPhone. Just in time for spying on the neighborhoods in metropolitan areas. Meanwhile, Rock Band/GarageBand hack has us canceling our Halloween plans this weekend.
If you're a fan of blockbuster music videogame Rock Band (casually referred to in the Mac|Life office as the Greatest Thing Ever Invented, Ever), you've probably banged on those plastic drums quite a bit. Perhaps you've even wondered if you could turn them into a real electronic kit.