The recent merger between video game developers Activision and Vivendi could prove extremely beneficial for Activision's Guitar Hero series, as Vivendi brings an extensive list of music subsidiaries which could be used in the games, including The Mars Volta, U2, Fall Out Boy, Oasis, Eminem, and more.
The Used ("Pretty Handsome Awkward"), Linkin Park ("No More Sorrow"), and Mastodon ("Sleeping Giant") will be featured in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock in the form of a December 2007 download pack titled "Warner/Reprise Track Pack."
Fall Out Boy's "Dead On Arrival" and Boston's "Foreplay/Longtime" are just two of the tracks recently announced for EA's upcoming Rock Band. The track list can be found in the replies. For those that picked up Guitar Hero III yesterday, thoughts?
The Sex Pistolsreunited briefly with three of the original members to provide an original master copy of "Anarchy in the UK" for the third installment of the popular Guitar Hero series. The aforementioned trio will be playing sellout shows in London in November.
The rumored completed track list for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock can be seen in the replies. The game is scheduled for release on all major video game consoles on October 29th courtesy of Activision.
In a surprising turn of events, it appears the hit video game franchise Guitar Hero will be making an appearance on computers this Fall, with its third installment Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. The console-based game will hit stores on October 29th courtesy of Neversoft.
Remember when Joel Zumaya of the Detroit Tigers was benched during the play-offs due to pitching injuries? The team has now concluded that it wasn't from his throwing technique, but from his hours of playing Guitar Hero.