Same strings, different tune
We aren't the champions
Last year was the return of the rhythm games, with both Rock Band 4 and Guitar Hero Live releasing at the tail end of 2015. While yours truly gave both games a 7/10, it appears that the outings didn't sell as well as their respective companies had hoped. First came the news that Rock Band 4 publisher and plastic guitar...
Raging for the machine
Guitar Hero Live is Activision's answer to Harmonix's Rock Band 4, and seems to be the complete polar opposite to it. While the new Rock Band allows you to use old instruments, Guitar Hero introduces a completely new one; where Rock Band 4 allows you to import old songs, Guitar Hero Live doesn't. The two rhythm games, despite...
Same strings, different tune
If you were around for the great Guitar Hero boom that was all the rage a good few years ago - a boom that filled multiple homes with currently dust-ridden plastic instruments - then you'll know that Activision all but killed the franchise's demand by releasing more games than most people could keep up with. With the...
Launching on PS4, PS3 this year
Well, this is all unexpected, isn't it? Activision released an atrocious teaser trailer for Guitar Hero Live yesterday, the next entry in its dormant shredding series – but we thought that it was just a mood piece. Actually, it turns out that British developer FreeStyleGames is making a full motion video game –...
There's something funny about Call of Duty publisher Activision turning Guitar Hero Live – the next entry in the storied rhythm series – into a first-person rock-'em-up. However, a leaked report from Yahoo! France suggests that that's exactly what British studio Freestyle Games is about to reveal later today, as it attempts to put...
Can you hear that? That's the sound of everyone at Push Square Towers groaning at this godawful Guitar Hero trailer in unison. The 15 second clip – which teases a 14th April full reveal – shows a band getting ready to take to the stage, with a gaggle of disconnected actors trying to get pumped for the occasion. The worst bit? The...
Activision's feeling plucky
Guitar Hero PlayStation 4 will plug in and practice a few power chords on 1st April, an invitation received by Gamereactor UK suggests. The site – which has since pulled its article – reported that Activision will be holding an event at "Hamburg Rock City" where it suggested that attendees should be ready to "rock...
Who loves rock 'n' roll?
Activision is tuning up a new entry in the Guitar Hero series for the PlayStation 4, separate sources have told Kotaku. Apparently, the reboot – which will adopt a more realistic style – will be officially announced at E3 2015, and will come with a brand new round of plastic peripherals for use on Sony's next-gen...
Activision's just set the Internet on fire by announcing that it has canned development on the almost-finished True Crime: Hong Kong and, perhaps more importantly, completely "disbanded" the Guitar Hero brand
The publisher stated during its 2011 financial report that due to continued declines in the music genre, the company will disband Activision Publishings Guitar Hero business unit and..
With the arrival of Xi recently, many of you might have dipped back into Playstation Home for a while
But we suppose you've run out of stuff to do until the next set of Xi missions right? Seems like many of you are just running out of reasons to visit Home. Which is why Sony have just announced their plans to "refresh" the experience with...
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