More classic rock, in video-game form.
Consumers bought almost three times as many copies of the new Halo installment.
"It's like you're trying to shoot a movie while inventing the movie camera."
And Christian Louboutin designs Barbies.
MTV Games has released the first frightening images of Iggy Pop as a Lego mini-figure from November's Lego: Rock Band.
"We urge Activision to do the right thing in 're-locking' Kurt's character."
"i may have been forced by some lying lawyers to sell some publishing, but i never signed off on this guitar hero thing. breach of contract!"
Despite Paul and Ringo's hopes of keeping it a secret, the identity of the final track from The Beatles: Rock Band has been discovered.
We hope that Courtney Love uses the proceeds from this digital atrocity to send Frances Bean to the college of her choosing!
So far, the names of only 44 of the 45 songs featured in next week's The Beatles: Rock Band have been announced.
Disappointingly, the star of the game is actually the not-gay, drug-dealing Luis Fernando Lopez, bodyguard of the nightclub-owning title character.
This is the most we've been creeped out by a video game since the original Resident Evil.
You know how regular versions of Rock Band make you play through the entire game to unlock all of the included songs? The Beatles: Rock Band won't make you do that.
Sadly, we don't think this is going to catapult the Wii back into the zeitgeist.
"John needs to own the performance ... Where he's looking and the look in his eye at every moment matters and affects people."