If any of you are familiar with the past two installments of Rock Band, you’ll know that it’s a music video game that uses a guitar (or two), a mic, and a drum set. Pretty simple, right? Now, with Rock Band 3, you will have the option to add a keyboard to your heavy metal, hard rockin’ band. We’ve always wondered how a keyboard video game would look, and here it is. The keyboard (shown above) can be used while sitting down or you can strap it on for some key-tar action. The keyboard itself is in fact a fully functional, 25-key, MIDI Keyboard. Too bad we have to wait till later this year to get some action on this thing…
Source: USA Today
Here are two interesting, funny, and completely weird YouTube videos that we were watching over here at Sweet Kicks the other day. The first video is of some people testing out Microsoft’s upcoming addition to the Xbox 360, called “Project Natal”. “Project Natal” is basically a controller-free gaming experience that lets you interact with the games you play. If you thought playing fun games on your Wii looked weird, wait till you see this…
If you haven’t already heard, the iPhone 4, Apple’s latest endeavor into the smart phone universe, is officialy here. Announced yesterday at Apple’s WWDC Conference, the iPhone 4 is a faster, better version of everyone’s favorite iPhone. The new iPhone packs a ton of great features: a snazzy new design, faster processor, 5-megapixel LED-flash camera, new iOS 4 operating system, front-facing camera, and more.
Awesome case with a sweet design from Hype Means Nothing. Pick one up today at colette. Too bad this won’t fit on our new iPhone 4’s…
Dutch artist Parra collaborates with Incase to create a 3G iPhone case full of her own unique touch. With Parra’s use of bright colors and her own unique style, this case should be a big hit. Available on October 24th, along with a MacBook Pro sleeve created by Parra and Incase. Via Arktip
The Nike Sportswear website has completely opened up, ever since the start of the 2008 Olympics, and is in full operation. One of the links from the website is a link to the Kicks Creator. The Kicks Creator, which is located on the Nike BE TRUE website, is an interactive program that allows you to expand beyond the colors and materials of NIKEiD and create a wide range of sneakers. Though the sneakers are not available for purchase, your sneaker may be put up against another Dunk to a battle. The battle-concept, used to rank the greatest of Dunks supreme, is another key feature of the Kicks Creator.
Sweet Kicks waited in line since 5:30 A.M. to bring you these exclusive images live from the Apple Store of the new iPhone 3G.