After finally adding some drummy goodness with Guitar Hero World Tour and then issuing the video game equivalent of a greatest hits album, the newest installment of Activision’s wildly popular Guitar Hero series has hit the market.
Many may look at Guitar Hero 5 the same way people look at popular sports games like EA’s Madden series: the core game hasn’t changed that much at all but there… → Read More
Guitar Hero 5 will launch in September and with it, a slightly new and slightly-improved Guitar controller featuring, among other changes, an all-digital slider and colored dots along the neck of the Guitar which ought to make it easier to glance down and see where your fingers are. → Read More
Activision has declared war against the most popular band of all freakin’ time. The fifth installment in the Guitar Hero franchise (aside from the band specific titles) goes on sale September 1st, which is eight days before The Beatles: Rock Band hits store shelves. Oh boy! If I were a betting man, I’d say the The Beatles are going to sweep this round. → Read More
Besides DJ Hero, Activision also announced Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero for a Fall launch. Details are still scant, but we do know that you’ll be able to “drop in and out of songs and change band members, instruments and difficulty levels on the fly” in GH5. Band Hero is more family friendly with an E10+ rating and will feature Top-40 hits. → Read More