When serie split came out in 2020, Rock Band introduced a new music instrument and a new way to see all the songs in the game, with music and video playback. This time, the source of music is the MP3.
Game makings in this game usually involve both mood songs and song songs. This concept is not only limited to this version of the game. For example, The Walking Dead game originally did a good job with them. But as the series continued, there were more changes to the order, some were new songs, some were added some were subtracted.
As a long time fan of this type of rhythm game, I know I have always been trying to figure out what I should do. Well, lately I stumbled across an album called Feel the Beat. I am not a music fan, but in searching for some background music, this was like finding a needle in a haystack. Of course I would never find songs that sounded the same with other songs, but one had to wonder if it might be a good album to add a song or two to my player?
I went on the internet and began doing a search for this album on online video sites. I quickly found out that most of the online album sites did not show this album, because it was a bit too difficult to find. While there were a few places that could be trusted, I still was unable to find the album.
After some time, I decided to ask one of my friends about the album and if he knew anything about the game. He told me that he was indeed very much a fan of the game and tried it out. He said he didn't remember seeing the album, so I don't know if it actually exists or not.
At this point I was ready to take matters into my own hands and see if I could find the album myself. I sent a note to one of the players in my friend's gaming group and told him I was wondering about this album Feel the Beat. It seemed that this would be a good album to add to my player, but I still wasn't sure about it myself.
After a little while, I began receiving emails from the guy that was making Feel the Beat, so I decided to give him a shot. He told me he actually made the album from a music mix and probably sent me a copy, but the actual album wasn't ready yet.
A little while later, I found the online album on the internet, and I got the real one. Of course, I am still not sure whether it is an actual physical album or just an online downloadable album. Either way, I think it is a great album and I really appreciate the effort that the guys at Harmonix put into making this.