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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Guitar Hero
Guitar Hero returns from its five-year hiatus today with Guitar Hero Live. Developed by FreeStyleGames, the studio behind the DJ Hero series, Guitar Hero Live features a host of new modes and options. The most immediate difference from its predecessors is found in the guitar controller, which has been updated to support six buttons in two three-button rows. On the software side, GH Live has been added, offering a first-person view in front of a real crowd that reacts based on player performance, and GHTV, described as “the world’s first playable music video network.” GHTV plays 24 hours a day and will be updated weekly with new songs, allowing players the chance to play along with whatever they see or request via on demand. The channel will also offer Premium Shows for premium playable content, such as live concert footage and new music videos.
“It’s not bad by any means, but the reliance on overly repetitive note sequences for many tracks and the handful of songs that I just flat-out couldn’t stand make this a solid addition to the franchise, but nothing more.”
The Disturbed Track Pack has launched today for Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero on the 360, PS3, and Wii. The pack features “Down With The Sickness,” “Stricken,” and “Indestructible.” The pack can be purchased off of Live Marketplace for …
The Guitar Hero music library will be getting 12 new tracks this summer in several three-track packs from Queen, Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, and Shinedown. The new releases will be compatible with Guitar Hero 5, Band Hero, and the upcoming Guitar …