Logitech have announced their latest gaming peripheral, the Wireless Drum Controller for Guitar Hero on the PS3. Consisting of three drum-heads with recessed rims, dual cymbal pads and a kick pedal, the system is licensed by Activision and connects to the PS3 via a 2.4GHz wireless USB receiver.
Microsoftrevealed a brand new wireless microphone today meant for use with the Xbox 360. Designed to be used with music games like Rock Band, Guitar Hero and Lips, this mic sports specific features that make gameplay just a tad easier.
You won't need any wires or adapters, since this mic takes full advantage of the wireless console and it even has motion sensors built in for add functionality. Additionally, there's lights on the base.
Available in black, this Xbox 360 wireless microphone will be available for purchase sometime in the fall. At that time, you can expect a price tag around $50.
Logitech have announced their latest Guitar Hero peripheral, a wireless controller for the Xbox 360. Like the company's existing guitar controller for PS2 and PS3, the new Xbox 360 version has a wood neck, rosewood fingerboard and metal frets.
There are quite a few Rock Band guitar controllers on the market, ranging from the cheap to the surprisingly expensive, but one thing they generally have in common is the plastic strum bar. It doesn't have to be that way, though; one enterprising gamer has swapped out the plastic for a beam of infrared light which is recognized as a strum whenever you break it.
Logitech have announced a guitar controller for the PlayStation, licensed by Activision for their Guitar Hero series. The Logitech Wireless Guitar Controller for PS3 and PS2 has a wood neck and body, plus a rosewood fingerboard and metal frets, while its wireless system offers up to 30ft of range.
Fresh gaming news from Activision today, as the company confirms three new titles in the burgeoning Guitar Hero franchise. Guitar Hero 5, Band Hero and DJ Hero will all launch this year; Activision have also released this render of the DJ Hero controller.
So, if you love KORG Kaossilators and want to make them even easier to use, you might want to try on this crafty DIY project for size. No, you're not seeing things. Someone has really wired up a Kaossilator to a Guitar Hero guitar remote.
How can it be, you may be wondering? Well, James Haskin got inspired when seeing Wayne Coyne's double-necked Guitar Hero creation and decided to change up his Kaossilator just a tad.
If you like to play the video game, Lips, but enjoy some of the other music-oriented games as well, you'll be pleased to learn Microsoft is now making the Lips wireless microphones compatible with other games. Fans rejoice!
Music games seem to be everywhere these days. More specifically, Guitar Hero is absolutely everywhere, and now with the release of Guitar Hero World Tour, more people are gaining exposure to the game. And for those that love it, they'll be pleased to hear that they can now play it on their mobile phones.
While some gamers are busy enjoying themselves with Guitar Hero: World Tour, which launched on Monday, others are experiencing huge problems with drum sensitivity. In some cases undersensitive, in others oversensitive, the only common theme is frustration. Now publisher Activision has announced a fix to allow the sensitivity of individual drum and cymbal pads to be tweaked; however it's not the in-game simple fix many might have hoped.