Thursday, February 7th 2008

First Guitar Hero IV Details and Rumors Begin to Appear

The incredibly lucrative, popular and successful Guitar Hero franchise, at this point owned by Activision, left gamers happy and craving an encore. Activision is more than happy to provide it, and confirmed a Guitar Hero IV before Guitar Hero III was even out the door. Activision, at this point, has no comment about what exactly is in Guitar Hero IV, other than the fact that it will be there. Fortunately, there are other ways of attaining such information as who will be in Guitar Hero IV. UK band "The Answer" recently posted a press release boasting the honor of one of their songs being in the fourth Guitar Hero. According to the press release, The Answer's single "Never Too Late" will be featured somewhere in the game, which should be released by the end of this year, if everything goes well. If not, well, there's always next year. We'll keep you posted.Source: 1Up
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7 Comments on First Guitar Hero IV Details and Rumors Begin to Appear

#2
ktr
Activision is doing what capcom did to mega man...f-cking the series for all its worth.
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#3
das müffin mann
i don't what is so god like about this game, if people put the time and energy in learning how to play a real instrument instead of beating this on uber hard, then they would have actually done something productive
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#4
The Haunted
Guitar Hero is just a fad and Activision can't be more happy to milk the cows:rolleyes:
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#5
russianboy
I prefer the real think.

Plus at this point I'd say they cost the same. Buy a Squier and cheap amp pack. Get 21 frets for free.
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#6
ShadowFold
Let me guess it wont have any good songs like the other 3.

Talk about milking a cow sheesh..
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I loved GH3, its the first and only one Ive played so far and Ive played it on the Comp, though tried it on the Wii, 360 and Ps3. Id love to get pc copies of 1 and 2 but the legends of rock left out alot of bands, singers and songs.
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