Free Rock Band Unplugged Lite Launches with PSPgo

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For a limited time beginning October 1st, all launch PSPgo units will come with a PSN voucher to download Rock Band Unplugged Lite, a free version of Rock Band Unplugged featuring five full songs. What’s also cool about the “Lite” version is its expandability. Once you have the app downloaded and installed, you will be able to personalize your own version of the game by purchasing new tracks from the Rock Band music store, if you so desire.

I think this is a really neat idea for a game of this type, and a format that could work out great for future games on the PSPgo. It’s not nearly as nice a bonus as the free copy of Gran Turismo early European PSPgo adopters are getting, but it’s still free. And who knows, the GT PSP freebie hasn’t been ruled out for North America, so we could very well get it here too.

Rock Band Unplugged On the PSPgo [PlayStation.Blog]

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