Hard Rockers To Appear On Rock Revolution Video Game


August 25, 2008

VideoGamesBlogger reports that the complete 41 song tracklist for Rock Revolution has been leaked early and we have provided the full list below.

The listing gives an early look at which songs you’ll be wanting to rock out to when the game hits store shelves on October 14th this year for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and DS. Although the DS version will only have 20 songs. For all versions all of the songs are going to be covers and not the original versions.

Here’s the full Rock Revolution soundtrack setlist

1. All My Life by Foo Fighters
2. All the Small Things by Blink-182
3. Am I Evil? by Metallica
4. Are You Gonna Be My Girl by Jet
5. Bad Reputation by Joan Jett
6. Blitzkrieg Bop by Ramones
7. Chop Suey! by System of a Down
8. Cum on Feel the Noize by Quiet Riot
9. Dance, Dance by Fall Out Boy
10. Detroit Rock City by Kiss
11. Diary of Jane by Breaking Benjamin
12. Dirty Little Secret by All-American Rejects
13. Dr. Feelgood by Motley Crue
14. The End of Heartache by Killswitch Engage
15. Falling Away from Me by Korn
16. Given Up by Linkin Park
17. Heading Out to the Highway by Judas Priest
18. Highway Star by Deep Purple
19. Holy Wars… The Punishment Due by Megadeth
20. Joker & the Thief by Wolfmother
21. Kiss Me Deadly by Lita Ford
22. Last Resort by Papa Roach
23. Magic Man by Heart
24. No One Like You by Scorpions
25. Our Truth by Lacuna Coil
26. Pain by Three Days Grace
27. Paralyzer by Finger Eleven
28. Pull Me Under by Dream Theater
29. Round and Round by Ratt
30. Run to the Hills by Iron Maiden
31. Sk8er Boi by Avril Lavigne
32. Somebody Told Me by The Killers
33. Spoonman by Soundgarden
34. The Spirit of Radio by Rush
35. Still of the Night by Whitesnake
36. Stone Cold Crazy by Queen
37. Walk by Pantera
38. We’re Not Gonna Take It by Twisted Sister
39. White Room by Cream
40. Won’t Get Fooled Again by The Who
41. Youth Gone Wild by Skid Row

Rock Revolution is being developed by Zoe Mode and HB Studios and published by Konami, as their answer to Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Konami is the originator of the music rhythm genre with games like GuitarFreaks, BeatMania and DrumMania that were big hits overseas in Japan.

Konami finally did breakout and is considered the ones to popularize the genre with their Dance Dance Revolution and Karaoke Revolution (which incidentally was developed by Harmonix for the U.S. version) games in America. Now with Rock Band and Guitar Hero raising the stakes once more, Konami has seen fit to jump back in with a “Band Game” of it’s own.

Rock Revolution includes guitar and drum peripherals on the Xbox 360 & PS3, while the Wii version uses the Wii Remote & Nunchuck for an “air guitar and drum” experience and the DS uses the stylus and DS Microphone for singing (console versions don’t have singing). You can create your own tracks (like in Guitar Hero World Tour) and also experiment with each individual instrument. Be sure to check our PS3 and Xbox 360 music game instruments compatibility list for Rock Band 2, Guitar Hero: World Tour, and Rock Revolution.

Courtesy of www.videogamesblogger.com