Mega64 goes behind the scenes to uncover the secret behind the new logo in Rock Band 3.
HOST: The Rock Band franchise. A highly successful videogame series for nearly half a decade. Bringing us such innovations as toy guitars, fake drum sets, and a seriously wussie way to do karaoke. But with the arrival of Rock Band 3, new questions arise. What could this mysterious symbol represent? A new peripheral? Or something more sinister? All this and more, on Video Game Mysteriez Solved 4 Good.
HOST: Long time music afficiando and former marijuana smoker. Conrad has his own theories.
CONRAD: It's obvious what that symbol is... tire treads! There's gonna be a roadie level in the new Rock Band 3 where they rate you on how fast you hook up the instruments! It's gonna be revolutionary! Huh huh huh!
HOST: Proffessor Steppenwolf has speculations of his own.
STEPPENWOLF: What I see are teeth. Teeth of a monster that will eat you if you fail. Just like the audience that will eat you if you can not perform.
HOST: He goes on to offer an alternative explanation.
STEPPENWOLF: And on the off chance that I am wrong, there is only one other thing that could possibly be... a plate full of enemas. Upon insertion the game would become only increasingly difficult.
ROBERTA: I, uh, think it's a house. I actually, uh, did a little mock-up here. Cute little windows... door... cute little chimney just for effect. At least I hope that it's a house. Maybe my husband will f**king come home!
HOST: We go to Harmonix to uncover some answers straight from the source.
JOHN: It's a f**king keyboard. *pause* Yeah, I don't know how we could have made that any clearer to you. OK? You probably think the "3" in F.3.A.R. is some mystery as well.
HOST: Tune in next week as we investigate the "3" in F.3.A.R.. What does it stand for? Is it a letter, or a number? And is the next game gonna be called feeeeeoooowwwwweeeerrr? We'll see you then.
|Derrick Acosta||Unnamed TV host|
|Rocco Botte||Conrad Chipz|
|Shawn Chatfield||Prof. Steppenwolf|
|Nicole Crakes||Roberta Pile|
|Garrett Hunter||John Lutherane|