The user content-driven Rock Band Network hasn't updated with much of note since relaunching earlier this year with standout tracks from Eiffel 65 and Anamanaguchi, but the dry spell has come to an end at last. Thanks to the charting efforts of Ozone Entertainment, four tracks from Buckner & Garcia's landmark 1982 album "Pac-Man Fever" are now playable in Rock Band 3.

Downloadable songs include the title track (which reached #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982, if you can believe it), the Frogger tribute "Froggy's Lament," the Asteroids-based "Hyperspace," and a song dedicated to Exidy's Mouse Trap, all of which are priced at 160 Microsoft Points each. A PlayStation 3 release for the tracks has not yet been announced, but is likely.

In addition to offering playable guitar, drum, and bass parts, all tracks are also compatible with Rock Band 3-specific features like backup vocals and Pro keyboard gameplay. While it's unfortunate that the creepy Centipede ballad "Ode to a Centipede" didn't make the cut, it's at least some consolation to know that Rock Band's catalog now includes the phrase "Pluck your magic twanger, Froggy."