Rock Band Reloaded

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Rock Band Reloaded
Rock Band Reloaded logo.png
Publisher(s)Electronic Arts
MTV Games
SeriesRock Band
ReleaseDecember 2, 2010
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer

Rock Band Reloaded is a video game for iOS. It was first released in 2010 and is the successor to Rock Band on iOS. It comes with over 30 songs and a 20+ DLC list. It received mostly positive reviews. Gameplay is similar to other Rock Band series games, but controlled without instrument controllers, and instead with the iOS-device's multi-touch display, microphone and built-in accelerometer. The game features multiplayer support over Bluetooth and local wifi.


Rock Band Reloaded uses many gameplay features found in previous games. As before, the player has a choice between Guitar, Bass, Drums, and Vocals on four different difficulties (Easy, Normal, Hard and Expert). Main gameplay includes hitting scrolling notes as they come toward the player. In addition to the standard quickplay, the game has a tour mode as well, allowing the player to venture from city to city and perform concerts. However, unlike its predecessor, Rock Band Reloaded comes with a new vocal recognition mode, effectively duplicating the microphone found in console versions of the game. The game also features a multiplayer mode, and the ability to connect with Facebook to see your friends' scores and post achievements.[1][2]


Included Playlist[edit]

Song title Artist Decade Genre
"A-Punk" Vampire Weekend 2000s Rock
"Bodies" Drowning Pool 2000s Nu-Metal
"Call Me When You're Sober" Evanescence 2000s Nu-Metal
"Heartbreaker" Pat Benatar 1970s Classic Rock
"Hella Good" No Doubt 2000s Pop/Rock
"Hungry Like the Wolf" Duran Duran 1980s Pop/Rock
"In Bloom" Nirvana 1990s Grunge
"Kryptonite" 3 Doors Down 2000s Rock
"Peace Sells" Megadeth 1980s Metal
"Remedy" Seether 2000s Metal
"Rock'n Me" Steve Miller Band 1970s Classic Rock
"So What'cha Want" Beastie Boys 1990s Rock
"The Perfect Drug" Nine Inch Nails 1990s Rock
"White Wedding (Part 1)" Billy Idol 1980s Rock
"Your Decision" Alice in Chains 2000s Grunge

Free Downloads[edit]

Song title Artist Decade Genre
"Day Late, Dollar Short" The Acro-Brats 2000s Rock
"Blood Doll" Anarchy Club 2000s Metal
"Get Clean" Anarchy Club 2000s Metal
"Night Lies" Bang Camaro 2000s Rock
"Pleasure (Pleasure)" Bang Camaro 2000s Rock
"Whatever Happened To You" Cate Sparks 2000s Pop/Rock
"Can't Let Go" Death of the Cool 2000s Rock
"I Get By" Honest Bob and The Factory To Dealer Incentives 2000s Indie Rock
"Entangled" Honest Bob and The Factory To Dealer Incentives 2000s Indie Rock
"Am I Crazy" Little Fish 2010s Indie Rock
"A Jagged Gorgeous Winter" The Main Drag 2000s Indie Rock
"Megasus" Megasus 2000s Metal
"Wake Up" MeTalkPretty 2000s Indie Rock
"Dearest (I'm So Sorry)" Picture Me Broken 2000s Indie Rock
"Seven" Tijuana Sweetheart 2000s Indie Rock
"Disengage" Suicide Silence 2000s Metal
"Outside" Tribe 1990s Rock

Premium Downloads[edit]

Song title Artist Decade Genre
"Dirty Little Secret" The All American Rejects 2000s Rock
"Real World" The All American Rejects 2000s Rock
"Christmas Is The Time To Say I Love You" Billy Squier 1980s Rock
"What's My Age Again" Blink-182 1990s Punk
"Adam's Song" Blink-182 2000s Punk
"Drunken Lullabies" Flogging Molly 2000s Punk
"Requiem For A Dying Song" Flogging Molly 2000s Punk
"Underneath It All" No Doubt 2000s Pop
"Don't Speak" No Doubt 1990s Rock
"Blue Christmas" The Pretenders 1980s Rock
"Mean Woman Blues" Roy Orbison 1960s Rock
"You Got It" Roy Orbison 1980s Rock
"Never Let You Go '09" Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock
"Semi-Charmed Life '09" Third Eye Blind 2000s Rock

Result of EA's licensing agreement with Harmonix ending[edit]

"EA's licensing agreement with Harmonix is ending and as a result, EA is discontinuing downloads of Rock Band iOS and Rock Band Reloaded iOS on the App Store after July 31. If you own a Rock Band game on your iOS device, you can play it, but you cannot purchase new songs after July 31, 2012. You can access your previously purchased songs."[3]


Rock Band Reloaded received mostly positive reviews, scoring a 7.5 on IGN.[4]

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