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Submitted by -Mezzo- 925d ago | opinion piece

4 Reasons Why Guitar Hero And Similar Games Are Here To Stay

WC - In the last several years, party music games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band have taken the gaming industry by storm. The basic idea behind these games is simple, but they can be very addictive. Why are these games so popular and why are they here to stay? (Culture, Guitar Hero, Rock Band)

ArchangelMike  +   925d ago
Forget Guitar Hero or Rock Band. Rocksmith is where it's at. Learn how to play a real guitar in minutes while rocking out. Rocksmith blows all other music games out of the arena, there's just no competition! \m/ ROCK \m/
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dingdow  +   916d ago
That sounds great if your fingers can do ther string thing. With my arthritis, the buttons work just fine. Plus I don't have to practice hour per day on one song. Itg works great for me.

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