titles seem to share the theme of a comeback, making it a likely on-the RS Gold-nose statement from Harmonix regarding the recent hype building for a Rock Band 4 release.Here's the two comeback-themed songs as per the Rock Band forums:Available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 system (February 17th, 2015): Tenacious D – “Rize Of The Fenix” Weezer – “Back To The Shack”Price: $1.99 USD, £.99 UK, €1.49 EU per song It's obvious that 'Rize Of The Fenix' is a title Harmonix is using to implicate the rebirth of the franchise, à la a phoenix rising from the ashes.


Shack' also implies they're getting back to work, and one of the RS3 Gold Harmonix staff acknowledged fans noticing the title theme by stating Wait, there's a theme!? in a forum-based response.There's still no official word that the studio is cooking up a return of the series for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Wii U, but they're certainly doing everything else aside of a direct announcement.We've already speculated what we'd like to see in a potential Rock Band 4 release, which covers a few topics that Harmonix touched upon in their recent survey. It's looking more and more likely that a series comeback is on the way, and Harmonix's coy release and comments are only stoking the fire. We'll keep you updated as more information comes out.Do you think Rock Band 4 will be announced in 2015?Both tracks are set to release for Rock Band 3 on February


17th, 2015. Harmonix Does 'Battlefield Hardline' Feature Dinosaurs? . Gamers have frequent and abundant requests for game developers, and many times developers will acquiesce those requests. However, there are a handful of gamer desires that have gone unanswered for years, despite massive support from the gaming community to see them happen. One of the biggest requests is Battlefield players' call for DICE to add dinosaurs to one of the Battlefield games.What started as a silly forum discussion topic has bloomed into a full-fledged movement, and DICE and EA have


only fueled the fire by adding dinosaur Easter Eggs in the last couple Battlefield games. Player's hopes were brought to a peak a couple years ago when Battlefield 3's Community Manager told players over Twitter that if they could get BF3Dinos to trend on Twitter, it would be really hard to ignore. The hashtag did in fact trend, but DICE ignored it anyway.With each new Battlefield, players are once again hopeful to see dinosaurs enter the fray, and it may finally be happening in the upcoming Battlefield Hardline. A new video has surfaced that shows players taking down dinosaurs in the game. Well, sort of. It seems Visceral and DICE are once again to http://www.rsgole.com/