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RETRACTION!!!

Posted on Tuesday, April 17 @ 14:46:24 Eastern by Joe_Dodson
Just like Phoenix Wright is supposed to look for holes in witness testimony and object loudly when he finds them, the Editor in Chief is supposed to look for inaccuracies in reviews and correct them before they go live. Whoops!

Yesterday I published a Guitar Hero 2 review for the Xbox 360 that claimed the game had wireless guitar support without so much as blinking an eye. I made up for that today, when former editor Brian Gee wrote in and mentioned that his copy of Guitar Hero 2 had no such wireless support by blinking many times, repeatedly.

And by writing this retraction. Guitar Hero 2 for the Xbox 360 does not have wireless guitar support, third party or otherwise, and as a result the grade has been lowered from an A- to a B+. May the rock Gods, and you, have mercy on my soul.

Thanks, Brian.



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