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Rock University(TM) Presents: The Naked Brothers Band The Video Game Sets the Stage for Kids to Explore and Appreciate Music Through Rhythm-Based Gameplay.
AGOURA HILLS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–THQ Inc. (NASDAQ:THQI) today announced that Rock University(TM) Presents: The Naked Brothers Band The Video Game has shipped to retail outlets throughout North America for Wii(TM), PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo DS(TM) and Windows PC. Based on the hit Nickelodeon television series, the game features all of the main characters from the show and marks the first major console launch starring Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff and other band members from The Naked Brothers Band.

Rock University branded games are designed specifically for younger gamers, which sets them apart from other music-themed video games that target more mature players. The Naked Brothers Band version is an interactive music experience that provides kids and tweens with a platform to learn and become passionate about music in a fun, family-friendly setting. With multiplayer functionality available on Wii and PlayStation 2 system, as well as two player support on DS, parents will be able to play along and jam with their kids. The game also features a variety of modes - Tour, Jam Session and Party - that are designed to get the whole family involved in gameplay.

In Rock University Presents: The Naked Brothers Band The Video Game, players will assume the role of one of The Naked Brothers Band members Nat, Alex, Qaasim, David, Thomas or Rosalina, as they embark on a music tour across the country. Throughout the game, players will have the opportunity to utilize a microphone to sing along to up to 25 of their favorite Naked Brothers Band songs, or play all the instruments that appear on the TV show, including drums, guitar, bass guitar, keyboard and cello. For a limited time, special editions of the game will also include a Logitech(R) Vantage(TM) microphone in-pack. Rock University Presents: The Naked Brothers Band The Video Game is rated E for Everyone and is available at the suggested retail prices of $49.99 (Wii, includes Logitech microphone), $39.99 (PlayStation2 system, includes Logitech microphone), $29.99 (DS) and $19.99 (Windows PC).

For more information about this game and the rest of THQ’s line-up of family-friendly titles, please visit

About The Naked Brothers Band TV Series

Season three of The Naked Brothers Band began airing on Oct. 18 and follows the band on their home turf of New York City after completing their first cross-country rock tour. The new season features a star-studded celebrity line-up including Whoopi Goldberg, Natasha Bedingfield, Leon Thomas and Nickelodeon’s very own Victoria Justice (Spectacular), among others. The brothers will also hit the open road this fall for their very first music tour titled “Nat & Alex Wolff: Fully Clothed & On Tour” beginning Saturday, Nov. 1. Fans of Nat and Alex can purchase tickets at

Inspired by the Wolff siblings’ real-life, preschool-born band, Nickelodeon’s The Naked Brothers Band follows a world-famous rock group, chronicling their fame, friendship, temporary break-up and adolescent experiences. The cameras track the charismatic rock stars led by dreamy, sensitive singer-songwriter Nat, 13, and energetic, unabashedly adorable drummer Alex, 10, on and off stage, focusing, too, on their celebrity lifestyle with all of its perks and problems.

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