If you’re as old as I am, then you probably remember when Guitar Hero first came out. It was the mid-2000s and it was fun to pretend that you were playing a real guitar. You could play with your friends, compete against other people, or just play by yourself while rocking out to the best songs from Iron Maiden and Def Leppard. Now, after a decade without any new versions of the game being released, Activision is bringing back Guitar Hero so that a new generation of kids can pretend like they’re rock stars.
It’s been a decade since Guitar Hero was released.
It’s been a decade since Guitar Hero was released, and the game did not disappoint. It was the first game to use a controller shaped like a guitar. It was also the first game to use a plastic guitar that plugged into a console rather than just using buttons on your TV screen. Since then, Rock Band has come along as well as other games in this genre (Rock Band 2) and others (Fret Nice). Now we’ve got Guitar Hero Live! which promises better graphics, better gameplay and more songs than ever before!
The new version of the game will come out in October.
The new version of the game will come out in October. It will be available on Xbox One and Playstation 4, so that’s good news for people who have both consoles. The game will be available in the U.S., Canada and U.K., Ireland and Australia; New Zealand is not included in this list but I think it should be because it has a lot of great things going for it like Lorde and volcanoes!
The game will have more than 80 songs to play.
The game will have more than 80 songs to play.
This is a good thing because it’ll give you a wider variety of music to choose from and hopefully avoid the issue that Rock Band had, where they only included songs from one genre (rock). So far there are plans for songs from different genres, including pop punk and country. This is also good news for people who don’t like any of those genres and want something else in their games.
It’s great seeing that Activision Blizzard still believes in Guitar Hero after all these years!
You can play with two guitars if you want to pretend you’re Joe Perry and Brad Whitford.
In addition to the traditional four-piece band setup, GH Live will also allow players to access a second guitar controller – allowing them to line up in the same way that Aerosmith and other classic rock bands did. This is a nice touch, because it adds an extra layer of authenticity as you play along with music from some of your favorite songs.
And if you don’t have enough friends who want to play along with you? No worries: GH Live will also be playable by yourself, so long as one person is able to manage all five instruments on their own. This can be done by setting up two guitars, or by simulating the bass guitar using your left hand (and possibly some uncanny ability) while playing lead riffs with your right hand on one guitar and singing into the microphone at the same time!
All told this means there are now nine ways people can experience playing together around a single instrument: four players on drums plus three others using guitars/vocals; three players on drums plus five others using guitars/vocals; four players on drums plus two others using guitars only; three players on drums plus two others using vocals only; three players on drums plus one other player holding down anything they can get their hands around while singing into a microphone…
You’ll be able to compete with people from around the world.
One of the main draws of the Guitar Hero series is its competitive nature. You can compete with friends and family members, but you can also compete with people from around the world.
You’ll be able to compete with other players from different countries and continents. You’ll even be able to compete with people from different planets, galaxies, universes and dimensions!
It’ll be available for Xbox One and Playstation 4.
Guitar Hero Live will be available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in October. It will cost $149.99 for the game alone, or $299.99 with one wireless guitar controller and a microphone. If you want to go all out, there’s also an Ultimate Guitar Bundle that includes two more wireless guitars, a second microphone, and two drumkits for $399.99—a steal!
All that matters is that you can rock out to Def Leppard, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran while pretending you’re playing a real guitar.
Guitar Hero Live is a big deal because it’s the first Guitar Hero game to be released since 2010. The game is going to be available on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 platforms, but not on the Wii U because Nintendo has no interest in new consoles.
What makes this version of Guitar Hero so great? You can play with your friends! You can play with your family! There are no limits here—if you want to play music games with someone else in your house, this is your chance!
There will also be a lot of throwback songs so that parents can introduce their kids to music they loved when they were growing up.
There will also be a lot of throwback songs so that parents can introduce their kids to music they loved when they were growing up. Additionally, you can play with two guitars and compete with people from around the world. Get ready to rock out!
The game is available for Xbox One and Playstation 4.
You’ll even be able to pick between a six-string guitar and a four-string bass.
A new feature called Party Play will allow players to join in on the fun without having to worry about having another guitar controller. This is a great feature for social gatherings, especially if you have friends who don’t play video games but want to jump in and have a good time.
Guitar Hero Live also includes several songs from famous bands that aren’t available on other platforms, including The Pixies and Green Day.
If you’re into heavy metal, rock and roll or just having fun playing fake instruments, then this is the game for you!
If you’re into heavy metal, rock and roll or just having fun playing fake instruments, then this is the game for you! Guitar Hero Live is available on Xbox One and Playstation 4. It will have more than 80 songs to play with another 40 songs being added in DLC packs. In addition to all these new features, the game allows players to create their own custom characters making it even more enjoyable.
Guitar Hero has been around for over a decade and it’s still one of the most popular games in the world. This latest version will allow you to play with two guitars if you want to pretend you’re Joe Perry and Brad Whitford, or just have more options when playing alone. It also has an impressive selection of songs so that everyone can find something they like. If this sounds like something you’d enjoy then be sure to pick up Guitar Hero Live on October 20th!