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Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock


0:0111/12/2007Posted by Tom HogginsNo Comments

It was always going to be a tough act to follow. Having seen Harmonix jump ship to rival EA to develop the upcoming Rock Band, Activision needed to find a safe pair of hands to take hold of its premier franchise. Guitar Hero has been a phenomenal success since its inception, transforming even the most self-conscious people into rock gods, dropping to their knees on the living room carpet wielding a plastic guitar in one hand and throwing up the horns with another. It has captured an attitude, a feeling, helping even the most tone-deaf to shred their way through the legendary Free Bird. So, who to take on this mantle of moving the series on while keeping its as yet unrivalled rock atmosphere? Activision turned to Neversoft, if anyone could retain Guitar Hero’s feeling you would put good money on the Tony Hawk developers…

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