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AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack (PlayStation 3) - Overview
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Developer

Harmonix Music Systems

Genre

Misc

Other Versions

Wii, PS2, X360

Release Dates

11/16/08 MTV Games
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12/19/08 MTV Games

Community Stats

Owners: 14
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 1
Now Playing: 0

Summary

For Those About to Play, We Salute You!

AC/DC comes exclusively to Rock Band for the worldwide release of AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band® Track Pack™. This exclusive deal marks the first time ever the band has included an entire album for video game play, with 18 live tracks from their prolific live performances becoming available in one electrifying, standalone game. The AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack allows players to experience this amazing set list with Rock Band, Rock Band 2 or other compatible music game peripherals.

AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack features the master recordings from the best of the band’s live performances. The live recording was specially remixed for Rock Band by Mike Fraser. The game features 18 tracks, with more than 99 minutes of game play for each instrument.

All tracks from the AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack are also available for play in Rock Band and Rock Band 2* by entering a special export authentication code for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PLAYSTATION 3 versions.

AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack follows the release of AC/DC’s first album of all-new material in eight years. The album, “Black Ice,” features 15 new tracks from brothers Angus and Malcolm Young, Brian Johnson, Cliff Williams, and Phil Rudd. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Train,” the album’s first single, was released on August 28. “Black Ice” is available in the US exclusively at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club retail locations and Web sites for $11.88, as well as on the band’s Web site, www.acdc.com.

http://www.rockband.com/games/acdc

Latest Updates

Game Banner Added to Database Boutros 17th Oct 2009
Game Information Updated oliist 21st Sep 2009
Game Summary added to Database 11ht11 04th Mar 2009
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Game Summary added to Database BoDoPSX 29th Dec 2008

Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.21m
NA
0.01m
Europe
0.02m
Others
0.24m
Total
1 n/a 12,664 n/a 2,235 14,899
2 n/a 4,283 n/a 756 5,039
3 n/a 2,336 n/a 412 2,748
4 n/a 4,430 n/a 782 5,212
5 n/a 3,735 n/a 659 4,394
6 n/a 5,557 n/a 981 6,538
7 n/a 6,240 n/a 1,101 7,341
8 n/a 6,068 n/a 1,071 7,139
9 n/a 2,764 n/a 488 3,252
10 n/a 2,263 n/a 399 2,662

Opinion (3)

Hidalgo posted 29/01/2010, 07:59
I agree too.

I bought it last month because it was cheap (20 CAD$).

At that price point it's a must have, though the main point is the DLC code to use the songs on RB2 ^^.
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yusuke93_ita posted 07/01/2009, 06:56
i agree with drmaster2
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drmaster2 posted 29/12/2008, 06:42
I bought this mainly because I'm a huge AC/DC fan, but don't think of it as a game itself. I thought of it as pricey dlc. Worth it for me, but you can't do much on the disk. Once you use the code in the manual to get these songs on Rock Band 2... then the real fun begins.
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