Rock to its foundations. While Guitar Hero Live and Rock Band 4, which released only a few weeks ago, both aim to revive the peripheral-based rhythm genre, Guitar Hero Live's approach is the complete antithesis…
Activision hosted a night with Guitar Hero Live where the shredding is wicked cool, and wicked hard.
Re-shredded. Take a quick look at the comments on Guitar Hero Live’s reveal trailer on YouTube, and you will find a laundry list of complaints, the majority of which are actually understandable. Bringing in the…
From Marilyn Manson to Killswitch Engage, there are loads of recognizable content coming to Activision’s new music rhythm game.
Activision is jumping back into the music rhythm genre, or so it seems. Welcome to the revolution.
Who’s ready to fill their house with more plastic instruments? I guess if the game is really, really fun it’ll be worth the clutter.
How successful would that have been?