It seems that the merger between Activision and Blizzard is already beginning to bear fruit. So how does one combine two of the largest titles from each company into something cool for the masses? You release a World of Warcraft song for Guitar Hero.
While I've been a little worried about having a Guitar Hero expansion that focuses on a single band, I am looking forward to the Aerosmith game. I love me some classic rock, and there are plenty of good tracks to choose from. Speaking of tracks, we finally have access to the entire set list for the game. Hit the jump and check it out.
It's no big secret that the Nintendo Wii isn't quite the powerhouse that the PS3 or even Xbox 360 is. For this reason we tend to see games with less content present on the Wii. Such has been the case with Guitar Hero III and even Rock Band. So we should expect nothing less from Guitar Hero World Tour, right?
You may be wondering what NASCAR has to do with Guitar Hero, well to be honest, I have no idea. However, for some bizarre reason, Activision's Guitar Hero Aerosmith is sponsoring a NASCAR. My very best guess is that creepy hillbillies have a thing for Aerosmith.
We heard news the other day that the Guitar Hero: World Tour guitar would have a “touch-sensitive neck slide”. There has been much speculation regarding this particular feature, and now we have some info on exactly what it is.
You have to love marketing surveys. They tend to reveal a good deal of information to the public than some companies might actually want known. While the info isn't always accurate, it does give us an idea of what companies are looking toward for the future. The latest info about Guitar Hero: World Tour comes to us courtesy of an Xbox marketing survey.
Remember that I told you about the upcoming Guitar Hero DLC? Well one of the packs listed was for the Isle of Wight Festival. To be perfectly honest, I'd never heard of such a music festival before. As it turns out, the UK music festival starts today and Guitar Hero will be there.
I'm a big fan of both Aerosmith, and classic rock in general, so I'm looking forward to Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. Sure, I'm expecting it to be the best game in the series, but it can't be much worse than the 80's edition, right? Well one of the first videos of the game have been released, so check it out after the jump.
With all of the DLC that is released for Rock Band every week, people are really starting to wonder where all the tracks for Guitar Hero III are. Well don't worry, while they aren't nearly as numerous as the competition, Activision does have five track packs which will be up for download this month.
It looks like Guitar Hero III is finally going to get some new tracks (No, I'm not just talking about the GoW track) from an unlikely band. I'll admit that I dig Coldplay's music, however, they aren't a band I'd expect to find in my Guitar Hero set list.